The popular temple town of Udupi is located between the Arabian Sea and the majestic Western Ghats. This town is the birthplace of the world-famous Udupi cuisine, which is now served in Udupi Restaurants all over the country and abroad. The major attraction of this town is the Udupi Krishna Temple which brings brings pilgrims from all over the world and is center for Dvaita philosophy. Manipal is a popular educational hub situated in the district of Udupi. The city is well connected to other parts of India by roadways, railways and airways. Nearest international airport is located 54 km away in the coastal city of Mangalore. Railways connects Udupi to all the major cities and towns on the Konkan Railway line. A network of private and state run buses ply regularly and connect Udupi to all the major cities in Karnataka and outside. If you are planning a trip to this temple town and looking for a luxury accommodation that is within your budget, you should opt for a three star hotels in Udupi. These hotels are usually located near busy roads, commercial hubs and tourist places. The hotel is well connected to the rest of the town by buses and taxis. You can expect on-site amenities like room and laundry service, 24/7 security, free WiFi, free parking for both two-wheelers and four-wheelers and elevator for easy access. Three star hotel rooms are usually spacious and have amenities like TV with DTH/cable connection, air-conditioning, attached bathroom with running hot/cold water, wardrobe, luggage shelf, fridge and intercom. The hotels even provide complimentary buffet breakfast for all their guests. Some three star hotels have an in-house restaurant attached to it. For an enjoyable stay, a three star hotel in Udupi is recommended. One must visit the various attractions in Udupi like the Krishna Temple, Anantheshwara temple, Manipal, Chandramouleshwara Temple, St. Mary’s Island, Vadabhandeshwara temple, Malpe Beach, Pajaka, Daria Bahadurgad Fort, Kaup Beach etc. Both pilgrims and tourists visit the city in large numbers during the festival of Paryaya which is organised by the Krishna Temple once in two years. The best time to visit Udupi is between the months of October to March.
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