This is the most important of all Andhra Pradesh cities. The capital city of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad is popularly called the Pearl City. Gradually it has emerged as an important technology hub. This city is adorned with magnificent ancient buildings and are a symbol of the aura of the Indian rulers who ruled this land in ancient times. This city presents an amazing blend of the old world charm and the modern ethics. While in Hyderabad tickle your taste buds with the various traditional delicacies of this state. Charminar, Golconda Fort, Hussain Sagar Lake and Mecca Mosque are the most famous tourist attractions of this city. These buildings are truly an architectural marvel.
Warangal was the ancient capital of Kakatiyas empire. This city is a treasure of the antique relics and buildings that are the witness of the glorious bygone era. The majestic temples, the beautiful lakes, amazing ancient monuments and the wildlife sanctuaries of this city attracts travelers from all over the world. The architecture of all these buildings is very magnificent and enchants the tourists visiting this city. Visit Warangal to experience the magic of the wonderful monuments like Warangal Fort. Thousand Pillar Temple, Bhadra Kali Temple, Jain Mandir and Pakhal Lake. The exquisite intricate carvings and the beautiful sculptures of these monuments are worth watching.
Located along the sea shores of the Bay of Bengal, Vishakhapatnam is one of the most important of Andhra Pradesh Cities and also a significant sea port of India. It is enclosed by three hills giving this land its serene beauty. From hill stations to valleys, beaches and ancient caves this city has a lot of attractions to offer to every traveler to make their holidays memorable. The main tourist attractions of this city includes Ramakrishna beach, Indira Gandhi zoological park, Rishikonda beach, kailasagiri, Kali temple, ananthagiri hills, aarakuvalley and bora caves.
Situated on the banks of the Krishna river, Vijaywada is one of the most important cities of Andhra Pradesh. Here one can find many architectural wonders which are a reflection of the rich and lively past of this city. This city is also very popular for its mangoes and the traditional art of pickle making. Prakasam barrage, Hazrathbal mosque, the Gandhi Stupa, Akkana and Madanna caves, Mallaeswaraswam temple, Kanaka Durga temple, Gundala church, Bhavani island and Victoria Jubilee Regional museum are the most visited destinations of this city. No tour of Andhra Pradesh is complete without a visit to these places.
It is a divine city and is the holy abode of the world's richest god Lord Venkateshvara (Lord of Seven Hills). Devotees from all around the world come to this city to seek the blessings of the god and to fulfill their wishes. The famous Tirupati temple was built in 14th century and is the architecture of the holy shrine is simply marvelous.