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Warangal is basically a hot and humid place. Summers are from March to Mat with temperature soaring upto 40 degree Celsius in April and May. Winters are from December to February with temperatures ranging from 13 degree Celsius at nights and up to 30-32 degree Celsius during days. From June to September, the city experiences South West monsoon with strong winds. The best time for visiting Warangal is the time between the start of autumn and spring, which is the period between October and March. The climate during this period is enjoyable hovering between 22-23ºC. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Warangal is connected by Andhra Pradesh Road Transport Public bus services with other major cities in Andhra. Regular bus services are available between Warangal to Hyderabad. Plenty of private bus and taxis can be availed for tourists. Vishakhapatnam and Vijayawada are two major places where buses give their stoppage.

By Air:

Hyderabad International Airport is the nearest airport to Warangal. It is situated at a distance of 148 kilometers from Warangal city and can be reached with a 3-3.5 hours drive. Hyderabad Airport is one of the major airports in India with a wide connectivity to all Indian cities as well as abroad.

By Rail:

Warangal has two railway stations named as Warangal and Kazipet which connect both south and north India. Trains from Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and New Delhi pass through Warangal. Warangal is also a major stop at Chennai-Bangalore route.


Located at Andhra Pradesh at 145 km distance from capital city Hyderabad, the ancient city of Warangal boasts of its rich cultural heritage, some exquisite natural wonders, and lush display of wildlife. It is an old city as its name is found in ancient Indian history as an affluent place.


There are different tourist attractions in Warangal. These include heritage buildings, fort, religious, lakes, and wildlife. Warangal has a magnificent past and lots of interesting spots to see. Besides its historical places, the architectural beauty of the place deserves special mention. The architecture of old houses and temples here are great interest for tourists. Some famous fairs and festivals are also held here like the Sammakka and Saralamma Jatra. For this, about 6 million people get together for 3-4 days around a small village of Medaram. Apart from this, Bathukamma festivals and Bonaly fair are two famous fairs symbolic of Telangana culture.


Warangal’s history, monuments, temples, lakes and sanctuaries attract several tourists here. The main attractions here are Warangal Fort, star shaped Siva temple and thousand pillared temple. The wild life sanctuaries here are a pleasant diversion from sightseeing.


Warangal is also a thriving educational and commercial hub of Andhra Pradesh. Modernism also coexists here with heritage, art and literature.