Most popular places to visit in Karnataka

In South India, there are many beautiful sights to see and roam in Karnataka. Unfortunately, there are also Goa and Kerala states surrounding Karnataka, which catch all the attention. Do you know that Karnataka is a very beautiful state? You can spend a memorable holiday in Karnataka for a memorable blend of nature, history, beach and spirituality.

There are so many places to visit in Karnataka. Those you may know about, but instead of going there you would plan to roam in Goa because it is more famous. But this is not true. We will prove you wrong by showing a list of the best places to visit in Karnataka.

Bengaluru: Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka. It is also called the home of the IT industry of India. Although there is no special place to visit here, people like to come here due to its greenery, interesting buildings and temples.

Hampi: It is considered one of the top historical sites of India. There is a village in Hampi called Dhaka, which was the last capital of Vijayanagara. It is said that this place was one of the greatest Hindu empires in history. There are many ruins fort in Hampi, which are made from large boulders. People come to see the ruins fort made up of these thousands of years ago.

Mysore: This is called the Royal Heritage of Karnataka. The centre of the main attraction of this city is Mysore Palace. There is also a zoo that is considered as the best zoo in entire India.
In every year 10-day Mysore Dussehra festival is celebrated in this city. The sight here is worth seeing at that time.

Coorg: Its correct name is Kodagu. But often people know it as Coorg. This place is very far from Bangalore and Mysore. This place is exquisite and here its charming hilly areas can make your mind happy. If you are a nature lover, then this place is not less than a Jannat for you.

Belur: You must have heard the name of this place. It is known for the historic Hoysala empire of Karnataka, there are so many temples that are related to this Hoysala empire. These temples have been depicted as an example of Hoysala architecture. The carving on these temples is the only reason for the attraction here.

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