September 17, 2021

8 Top Tourist Attractions in Belagavi Belgaum


Top Tourist Attractions in Belagavi (Belgaum)

Belgaum (also Belagavi) is a city in Karnataka, a state in southwest India. The huge Belgaum Fort is surrounded by a moat and features centuries-old mosques as well as the Kamal Basti, a Jain shrine. The domed Mahadev Temple, built in the 1950s, lies in a park in the city centre. Lord Shiva is honoured in the historic Kapileshwara Temple. The pink-stone St. Mary’s Church, with carved Gothic arches and a teak-and-marble altar, is located to the northwest. The religious-minded tourist will discover a variety of temples in Belgaum, the most notable of which are Kamal Basti (in Belgaum Fort), Kapileshwar temple, Shani temple, and Maruti Temple.

Best Places to Visit in Belagavi (Belgaum)

  1. Kapileshwara Temple
  2. Rakkaskop
  3. Navilutirtha (Saundatti)
  4. Kamala Basti (Belagavi)
  5. Belagavi Fort (Belagavi)
  6. Godachinmalki Falls
  7. yellamma Temple
  8. Gokak Falls (gokak)

Best Time to Visit in Belagavi (Belgaum)


How to Reach Belagavi (Belgaum)

By Road

By road, Belagavi is connected to the majority of towns in South and West India. Near the old town area lies the major bus station. Belagavi may be compared to a MIDWAY POINT between Mumbai and Bangalore. It is located on the Pune-Bangalore expressway.

By Rail

The rail network in Belagavi is quite well linked. It has connections to virtually all of South India’s major cities. Pune, Mumbai, Jodhapur, Ajamer, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Delhi, and Eranakulam are all served by trains. Bangalore (through Londa), Mumbai (via Miraj), and Vasco do Gama are all connected to Belagavi. It takes 12 hours to go from Belagavi to Bangalore and 12 hours to travel from Bangalore to Mumbai. Belagavi has a daily express train to H. Nizamuddin (Delhi), which takes around 35 hours.

By Air

Belagavi is Connected to  Bengaluru by air the airport is around 7 K.m from city and is situated in

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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