Top 10 Places to Visit in Vijaywada

Dedicated to Goddess Kanaka Durga, this temple atop Indrakeeladri Hill is a significant pilgrimage site. It offers panoramic views of the city and the Krishna River.


Kanaka Durga Temple 

These ancient rock-cut caves, dating back to the 7th century, feature intricate sculptures and carvings. The caves also have a massive statue of Lord Vishnu in a reclining posture.


Undavalli Caves

Built across the Krishna River, this landmark barrage not only serves irrigation purposes but also offers a picturesque spot for a leisurely walk and a view of the river.


Prakasam Barrage

These rock-cut caves are famous for their historical significance and ancient relics, including inscriptions and sculptures, dating back to the 5th century.


Mogalarajapuram Caves

Also known as Orr Hill, it houses a Gandhi Memorial Library, a planetarium, and a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the top. The hill offers a panoramic view of the city.


Gandhi Hill

Located near the Vijayawada Railway Station, this museum showcases artifacts, sculptures, paintings, and ancient weaponry, providing insights into the region's history and culture.


Victoria Museum

Just a short drive away from Vijayawada, Amaravati is renowned for its Buddhist heritage, including the ancient Amaravati Stupa and the Amaravati Archaeological Museum.



This Jain temple complex, located in Mangalagiri near Vijayawada, is known for its serene ambiance and beautiful architecture, attracting devotees and tourists alike.


Hinkar Thirtha

Situated in the heart of the city, this park offers a refreshing green space with lush gardens, musical fountains, and recreational facilities.


Rajiv Gandhi Park

Situated amidst the Krishna River, Bhavani Island is a popular getaway spot known for its lush greenery, water sports activities, and boating options.


Bhavani Island 

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