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Top Attractions


Kanaka Durga Temple:

This scenic temple is a sight to behold. Situated on top of the Indrakeeladri Hill, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Kanaka Durga, the presiding deity. The spot presents a panoramic view of the entire town. The temple can be reached either by taking the stairs or driving up the Ghat Road. Inscriptions of several dynasties depict stories of the past. Devotees flock to the temple to offer their prayers to the Goddess at the time of Durgashtami.


Victoria Museum:

Established in the year 1887, the Victoria Jubilee Museum is an archeological museum in the city of Vijayawada located on Bunder Road. The museum continues to draw several visitors even after the passing of so many years with its unique and diverse collection of artifacts and artwork. Some of the exhibits in the museum include pre-historic tools, stone and copper plates, manuscripts and stone-cut writings and gold and silver coins, obtained from excavations at various historical regions. A stunning statue of Lord Buddha, composed of granite is famous along with a well-preserved figure of the Buddha, formed from white limestone, from Alluru which dates back to the 3rd or 4th century. Another major attraction of the museum is the beautiful sculpture of Lord Shiva.

Visiting Time: 10:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs



Adurru is an ancient village on the western bank of the River Godavari which boasts of an illustrious history. The Archaeological Survey of India conducted excavations at the site in the year 1953 and found the remains of Buddhist chaityas, viharas and stupas. The most notable artifact among them was the Mahastupa, constructed in the shape of a giant wheel.


Hazratbal Mosque:

A holy relic belonging to the Prophet Muhammad is kept at the mosque and put on display every once a year. Several Muslims take part in the celebrations.


Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary:

One of the very few mangrove habitats in the state of Andhra Pradesh, the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary is a collection of dense mangrove forests located on the estuary of the Krishna River and provides a natural habitat to a wide variety of fauna including black buck, cobra, land tortoise, sambar, hyena along with several species of birds. The site is perfect for bird-watching.


Kondapalli Fort:

The Kondapalli Fort, dating back to the 7th century is a massive three-storeyed rock tower that has stood witness to the glory of many old dynasties. It served the purpose of a business hub back in the ancient days. British rulers used the fort as a military training base. The site is now a popular picnic spot.


Hinkar Tirtha:

This temple of the Jains, the largest in the region, is a must-visit due to its magnificent architecture.


Bhavani Island:

The 130 acred Bhavani Island happens to be a picturesque estuary island in the River Krishna, close to the Prakasam Barrage. A splendid site for a picnic, the Island has well-kept swimming pools along with facilities for peaceful boat rides in the River Krishna. The boats are arranged by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation and are available from Durga Ghat. The island has provisions for water sports and fishing.


Prakasam Barrage:

The imposing Prakasam Barrage, spanning the River Krishna, provides tourists with a pleasant walk, with the soft breeze and the beautiful view of the shimmering lake.


Rajiv Gandhi Park:

Children can enjoy themselves at the Rajiv Gandhi Park, created by the Vijayawada Municipal Corporation. The park boasts of a mini zoo along with a musical fountain.


Kolleru Lake:

Lovers of nature can look forward to a visit to the largest freshwater lake, the Kolleru Lake. Rich in fauna and flora, the lake draws many migratory birds from all over the world during the months of October to March.



A historically significant pilgrimage spot, Amaravati houses a rich collection of antique Buddhist figures dating back from the 3rd to the 12th century BC. Situated on the banks of the River Krishna, Amaravati is an important place of worship for the Buddhists in India. The highlight of the site is a 2000 year old stupa, famed for its carved pillars and marble-surfaced dome.


Gandhi Hill:

Located at an altitude of 500 ft, the Gandhi Memorial with seven stupas was erected to honour the great man. The 52 ft stupa was unveiled by Dr. Zakir Hussain in the year 1968.


Gunadala Mary Matha Shrine:

A feast is held on a yearly basis here to commemorate the appearance of Mother Mary at Lourdes in 1858. Devotees flock to the church and the museum which showcases precious articles. An iron cross is erected on top of the hill.


Kondapalli Fort:

This fort on a hillock near Vijayawada dates back to the 14th century. The Kondapalli village where the fort is located is famous for Kondapally Toys. There are ample boating and water sport opportunities in this rustic spot.


Mogalarajapuram Caves:

Located close to Vijayawada, the three temples of Mogalarajapuram date back to the 5th century. With spectacular carvings adorning them, this is a unique place in the entire South India. This is a great place to experience the ancient culture and lifestyle.


Undavalli Caves:

Located in the village of Undavalli at Guntur district, close to Vijayawada, this caves dates back to the 7th century. It is four storied and faces the charming Krishna River. There is a huge statue of Lord Vishnu here carved on a single granite stone which is the major attraction.



A beautiful and sacred hill to visit, Mangalagiri is located on Vijayawada – Guntur Road. This elephant shaped mountain houses the famous Sri Panakala Narasimhaswamy temple on in its peak. This temple is believed to as one of the eight holy temples (Mahakshetrams) in India. On the foot hills of Mangalagiri there is Lakshmi Narasimha temple. The gushing stream-Hinkar Tirtha on the hills, the Jain temple and more over the natural beauty of the place attracts many tourists here..