Hubballi or ‘Hubli’ as it is popularly called, is the second largest city of Karnataka and one amongst its fastest growing municipalities. It is also often referred to as the twin city of Dharwad, the administrative capital of the Dharwad district of Karnataka. A ‘smart city’ in the making, it is not just an educational and industrial hub of the State that is home to numerous automobile and heavy industries, but also a hub famous for its beautiful handloom textiles and an iron and cotton trading.

Being a center of both literature and arts since the 12th century, it exhibits a rich historical influence as well. Its heritage can be dated back to the period of the Chalukyas. Interestingly 'Hubballi' which stands for "flowering creeper" in the Kannada language, was also known by names such as 'Rayara Hubli' or 'Eleya Puravada Halli' and 'Purballi' in the past.

Today, a prominent tourist destination of Karnataka, it is home to famous attractions like the Bhavanishankar Temple, Chandramouleshwara Temple, Unkal Lake, Nrupatunga Betta, Indira Gandhi Glass House Utsav Rock Garden and many more. It offers easy access to its twin city Dharwad, Navilteerth, Sathoda, Sogalla and Mathoda Falls, ISCKON temple, amongst other places of interest. It is also not far from destinations such as Bijapur, Bidar, Badami, Aihole, Patadkal and Hampi.

Situated between Malenad and the Deccan plateau, Hubballi has a tropical wet and dry climate. A year round destination for business and leisure travellers its best visited in the months of October till February. Well connected to all the major destinations in Karnataka and the neighboring states by air, rail and road, the historic and culturally rich town of Hubballi awaits your arrival.

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Fortune Park Hubballi, Hubballi

Fortune Park Hubballi, Airport Road, Opp. Hubballi Airport, Gokul Road,, Hubballi - 580027

Location : Karnataka

Fortune Park Airport Road Hubballi is strategically located on Gokul Road, just opposite the Hubballi airport, offering easy access to corporate establishments, key shopp Read More >

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