The bazaar is a rebuilt area with stones and it’s an elongated lane without active shops. The Virupaksha temple is a 7th-century temple and it’s the only remaining active temple in Hampi.
This is the primary area to discover the countless temples and monumental structures of what’s left of the Vijayanagara Empire.
The village itself is cute in its own ways. This place is for you if you are longing for a simpler existence and if you want something more budget-friendly.
Above the Virupaksha temple is another separate temple complex. It’s located on the hilltop and it’s often while overlooked because there are so many other monuments.
This area includes the so-called underwater temple. You can also visit the Lotus Mahal, the Elephant stables, and one of the archeological museums.