These are a stunning example of Indian rock-cut architecture. History buffs will adore these caves carved from solid sandstone on a hillside from the 4th to 5th century.
One of Vijayawada's best bridges, Prakasam Barrage, connects Krishna and Guntur districts. It extends almost a km from the Krishna River and offers stunning lake views.
These caves are very old and have signs that tell about the city's past. They suggest a few cave temples and statues of Lord Nataraja and Lord Vinayaka.
This spot is terrifying for adventurers and water sliders! The island's Indrakeeladri hill temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhavani or Kanaka Durga.
This is the only Jain temple in Vijayawada. Its Jain-style architecture attracts tourists. You can pray and admire that.
The cave temples, which were made in the 17th century and are dedicated to Hindu gods, are at the foot of the Indrakeeladri Hills.
In this temple, the deity is placed so that only the part above the waist is visible, and the part below the waist is supposed to look like it is in the earth.
The tools, copper plates, stone carvings, and other artefacts in the Bapu Museum were found at historical sites in the area.
Hazratbal, a municipal mosque with a Prophet relic, is sacred to Muslims. This white building in Vijayawada has beautiful architecture and is easily located.
The Dravidian style is used to build this amazing architecture. The hills of Inrakeeladri surround the temple, which is right on the banks of the Krishna River.