Travel to Bijapur



Travel to Bijapur is very enjoyable with ancient temples and mosques, situated at various parts of the city. This historical city of Bijapur allures hordes of tourists from all over the world. Access to Bijapur is very easy through all means of transport.

The Indian state Karnataka boasts this city for its architectural monuments. Gol Gumbaz, Jumma Masjid, lbrahim Roza, Malik-e-Maidan, Mehtar Mahal, the ]od Gumbaz, Anand Mahal, Afzal Khan's Cenotaph, Asar Mahal, Ark-Killa and many more comprise the tourist destinations of Bijapur. Traveling to Bijapur is very easy by rail and road from any part of India. Other destinations like Hampi, Badami, Pattadakal, Aihole are situated very close to Bijapur and can be accessed by local buses.

Travel to Bijapur by road is comfortable by super fast buses, luxury coaches and hired or private cars. There are also train connections to Bijapur from Sholapur (in Maharashtra), Hospet and Badami, and Hampi. Every historical monument of Bijapur is ornamented by Chalukyan architecture and Islamic patterns too. This is a city, which is a blend different architectural pattern. Bijapur is well-connected by road and rail to all the major cities like Bangalore, Belgaum and Goa. Bijapur travel is also facilitated by the nearest airport in Belgaum, almost 205 kms away.

Thousands of tourists travel to Bijapur every year to experience the charm and grace of the historical place. The monuments and buildings restore the ancient history till date.

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Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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