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Rajahmundry is the culturally famous city of Andhra Pradesh. Rajahmundry, in former times, was called Rajamahendravaram, is a graceful city situated on the banks of Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh. It is the birthplace of Adikavi Nannaya who created the script for Telugu dialect.

Rajahmundry is one of the most established cities in India, built by the Chalukya King Sri Rajaraja Narendra in the early days of the last millennium. A few different speculations do challenge this claim, and it is trusted that the city preceded before the rule of the Chalukyas. Rajahmundry is a mixture of different characteristics like beautiful landscapes, monuments of cultured significance, old shrine, and adventurous travelers places, that make the place remarkable, intriguing and relevant for tourism for all ages.

Attractions: Godavari Bridge, Dowleswaram Barrage, Pattisam – Near Papikondalu, Draksharamam – Near Kakinada, Sri Ksheera Rama Temple – Palakollu, Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple – Dwaraka Tirumala, Sri Someswara Temple – Bhimavaram, Papikondalu, Samarlakota – Near Kakinada, Puruhutika Devi / Kukkuteswara Temple – Pithapuram, etc….

Nearby places: Annavaram, Kakinada, Vijayawada, Papikondalu, Bhadrachalam, Visakhapatnam(Vizag).

Best Time to visit: October to February.

Peak Season: October to December.

How to Reach

  • By Air: Rajahmundry airport is only 15 km away from city limits. Its domestic airport is well connected with major cities of India.
  • By Rail: The city has one of the biggest railway stations in Andhra Pradesh.  
  • By Road: Rajahmundry is well connected with major cities of the country via road. It is also a hub for the east and west Godavari districts. So to reach here is very easy, that tourist can find all kind of transportation like APSRTC and Private buses and cabs, taxis, etc…

Popular Restaurants: Rose Milk, Udupi Akshaya, Srikanya Comfort Restaurant, Aharam Restaurant, Sitara Coffee House, Vijayamruth,  Citrus Restaurant, R V Restaurant, Hotel Vijaya Amrutha, etc… Read more

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