Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Andhra Pradesh

Araku Valley

Araku Valley, located 120 km from Vishakhapatnam, is a remote hill station that is often overlooked. It is popular with locals for weekend getaways. Vistadome train departs Vishakhapatnam at 6.50 am.


Vizag is also known as Visakhapatnam and it is one of the oldest ports in the country. Visakhapatnam, located in the heart Of Andhra Pradesh is well-known for its beautiful beaches and tranquil landscape. It also has a rich cultural history


Amaravathi, also known as the Capital of Andhra Pradesh is a planned city located on the banks the River Krishna. Amaravathi is known for its Buddhist Stupa, a semi-hemispherical structure that contains Buddhist relics. It is often called the Abode Of God


Gandikota, affectionately called the “Grand Canyon of India”, is a tiny village in Andhra Pradesh’s Kadapa district. The village, which is bordered by River Pennar on its right side, is known for its spectacular gorges created by the river’s passage through Erramala Hills.


The state’s Chittoor district is home to Tirupati. It is also known as the Spiritual capital of Andhra Pradesh. Millions of people visit Tirupati every year to enjoy its natural beauty, including the temples, valleys and rolling hills, as well as the pristine beaches and rivers.


Kakinada, also known as Cocanada and located on the coast of Bay of Bengal, is a charming district in Andhra Pradesh. It is located approximately 30 miles east from Rajahmundry, and serves as a major maritime port.

Guntur #7

Guntur is Andhra Pradesh’s largest city. Guntur is India’s 11th largest city and 24th worldwide. Guntur is located in the plains. There are a few hills in the suburbs and the city is bordered in the north by the Perecherla Reserve Forest