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Known as the Venugrama or Bamboo Village, Belgaum is Karnataka’s oldest historically significant town. The picturesque tree-lined British cantonment area, old temples (dozens of them) and silk weavers’ handlooms stand out from this village. This town is always lush green and picturesque, thanks to its green vegetation throughout the year. Do visit this town during monsoons, you’ll love it! Also Read - Torrential Rains: Flood-Like Situation in Maharashtra, Karnataka; 50 Dead in Telangana | Highlights

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By Air: Belgaum is very well-connected to all towns in the state by air. Nearest airport is Sambra which is just 10 kilometres away from the main city centre.

By Road: This town has a very unique topography. It is near the major states of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Gujarat. Therefore, National Highway 4 connects these states. You get ample ST and private buses to reach Belgaum.

By Rail: Belgaum Railway Station is considered one of the oldest structures in the country. Apart from this fact, it falls in the south western division of Indian Railways and is well connected to all major cities in the nation.