Visit The Land Of Chillies: Guntur In Andhra Pradesh!

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Gopika VC

Guntur is one of the most beautiful places in Andhra Pradesh, India. You should go there at least once, and you won't be disappointed.

This 13th-century structure by Prolaya Vema Reddi can be explored in an hour. Reddy Kings erected Kondaveedu Fort with 21 amazing structures.


This is a Hindu shrine on the sacred hills of Trikutapatvattam. This place is devoted to Lord Shiva.

Kotappakonda Trikutaparvattam

Manglagiri's historic Vaishnavite temples are the most visited between Guntur and Vijayawada. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu


Nagarjuna Sagar Dam and Ethipothala Falls situated across the Krishna River in Nalgonda district. This Dam is the world's largest masonry dam.

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam and Ethipothala Falls

Guntur has downtown, midtown, and residential areas. Guntur's eastern Manasa Sarovar man-made park is stunning.

Downtown, Guntur

It is a temporary home for the birds that come from Siberia and Australia to spend the winter there.

Uppalapadu Nature Conservation

Amaravathi (Punyakshetra) is a tiny village in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. The 2nd–3rd century BCE Amaravathi Maha chaitya stupa was built here.


On the banks of the Krishna River and Krishna Districts, this barrage is 32 kilometres from the city of Guntur.

Krishna Barrage

Bhattiprolu, a Guntur village, is famous for its Buddhist Stupa. This site is a protected national monument.


Since there aren't many resorts or hotels near this beach, it's a well-kept secret for tourists. It's quiet, relaxing, and breezy here.

Suryalanka Beach

This stupa was built between 3rd century BCE and 250 CE. This stupa is one of India's largest and must be seen by everyone.

Amaravati Stupa