Explore The Twin Cities Hubli Dharwad: Best Tourist Attractions 2023!

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Gopika VC

Dharwad District is surrounded by Haveri District in the south, Gadag District in the east, Belgaum District in the north, and Uttara Kannada District in the west.

One can go boating on the lake and enjoy seeing the statue of Swami Vivekananda in the middle of the lake.

The Unkal Lake


Chalukyas built the 13th-century Banashankari Temple. Stone-carved, it celebrates Shiva. The magnificent granite temple pillars are being restored.

Banashankari Temple


This Lord Shiva temple is in Hubli. History and architectural buffs should visit the 900-year-old Chandramouleshwara Temple.

Chandramouleshwara Temple


The Garden has a little Toy Train. The park's main attraction is the weekend "Musical Fountain" event.

Indira Gandhi Glass House Garden


Siddhoroodha Math is a beautiful monastery that was built by Sri Siddharoodha Swami's followers after he died in 1929.

Siddharoodha Math


Navagraha Teertha is a Jain pilgrimage site. The temple has India's highest statue of Shri 1008 Bhagwan Parshvanath, at 61 feet and 185 tonnes.

Navagraha Teertha


Discover Hubli's natural beauty in this magnificent park. From bird watching to spectacular views and kid-friendly areas, this massive park may be visited for a little cost

Nrupatunga Hill


"Tapovana" is a yoga and meditation centre. Dharwad was founded in 1965 by Kumara Swamiji on Haliyala Road.

Tapovana Dharwad


Here are the oldest Shambulingeswara and Brahma temples. Vadolli is the origin of important old temples like Rameshwara, Basavanna, Kalmeshwara, and Siddalingeshwara

Shambulingeshwara Temple Kundgol


Sadhanakeri is a park that honours Dr. Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre, a great Kannada poet. This place is in Dharwad, which is about half an hour by car from Hubli.

Sadhankeri Park Dharwad