Karnataka, the fourth most visited state in the nation, offers a wide variety of things to offer you. Karnataka, which stretches from Belgaum in the north to Bangalore in the south, is truly a world unto itself. It has something to offer everyone, from stunning scenery to a rich cultural past, peaceful beaches and delectable food. Karnataka is now home to Malayalis, Tamilians, Konkanis, Kannadigas, even Muslims and Christians. It is home to the second-highest number of protected monuments in India, with Hampi housing the majority of them. Hampi served as the Vijayanagar Empire's capital. Tens of thousands of pilgrims visit the statue of Lord Gomteshwar in Shravanabelagola, the largest monolithic edifice in the world, once every 12 years for the Mahamastakabhisheka festival. Karnataka is rich in fauna and nature, in addition to its history. It features more than 25 animal sanctuaries and 5 national parks, with Bandipur and Nagarhole being the most well-known.Bengaluru, the "Silicon Valley of India" and the state's capital, is renowned as a hub for IT startups and draws tens of thousands of tourists each year. For its coffee plantations, Coorg is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Karnataka. Other well-known tourist destinations include Mysore, home to the Mysore Palace, Hampi, site of the Vijayanagara Empire's ruins, and Chikmagalur, a hill station in Karnataka's Malnad region.

Top Attractions in Karnataka

Mysore Palace

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