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Andhra Pradesh lies in the south eastern region of India, with Bay of Bengal on the east and shares boundaries with Telangana on the north, Odisha (formerly known as Orissa) on the north-east, Tamil Nadu on the south and Karnataka on the west. Andhra Pradesh has a rich cultural heritage and is known for its rich history, architecture and culture. Andhra Pradesh has a variety of tourist attractions including beaches, hills, wildlife, forests and temples. Climate Weather is hot for the most part of the year with high humidity along the coast and relatively dry in the interior areas. The monsoons in June and the return monsoons in October provide adequate rain fall for the rain dependent agriculture in the state. The best time to visit is November till February when it's relatively cooler. The hottest months are April, May and June.
Planning a Trip
By plane Visakhapatnam has the busiest airport in the state, which is also the only one with with international flights. Vijayawada and Tirupati also have moderately busy airports that handle domestic traffic (although IndiGo will start serving Singapore through Vijayawada soon). For intercontinental connections, however, the biggest airports of neighboring states are the best bet. By train There are many incoming trains to areas in Andhra Pradesh from the rest of India.
By train There are trains to most parts of Andhra Pradesh. By bus You can also get around by bus. You can find information on long-distance government buses on Apsrtc, while some private travel agents are Redbus, Abhibus, MyTicketBuddy, and Makemytrip.
Hourseleehills (Yenugu Mallamma Konda) — Scenic beauty of hills and trees. Environmental park and the Horsley Hills Museum Kaalahasthi — a holy town with site of Srikalahasti Gopuram (Srikalahsti Temple) Kanipakam — Site of the great lord Ganapathy Temple Lepakshir — Historically and archaeologically significant with shrines and renowned for its repository of mural paintings Narayanmavanam — considered a holy city with many temples Penukonda — Summer capital of Vijayanagar emipre - Forts and temples built by Sri Krishnadevaraya king. SriKrishna Devaraya University, Ananthapur — named after a patron of learning and the arts, Sri Krishnadevaraya Srisailam — played a dominant role in Indian religious, cultural and social history. Sri Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Temple is located here Talakona — a beautiful 82-metre waterfall in Nerabailu Village, Chittoor District. Near the waterfall are dense forests and wide varieties of wildlife. Tirupathi — Most famous for its Sri Venkateswara Temple dedicated to Vishnu Vijayawada (aka Bezawada) — home of Kanakadurga Temple and Subramanya Swamy Temple and other important sites Vishakapathnam Port — one of the largest ports in India
Police Number: 100 Women Helpline Number: 181 Ambulance Number: 102 Fire Brigade: 101 Emergency Disaster Management: 108 Andhra Pradesh: http://www.aptdc.gov.in/home.html