Places To Visit In Vijayawada

1.Undavalli Caves

undavalli caves
Four storied Undavalli Caves are located 8 km away from Vijayawada. This cave belongs to the 7th century BC and is one of the earliest types of caves in this region. 

2.Mogalarajapuram Caves

Mogalarajapuram Caves
Belonging to the 5th century, Mogalarajapuram Caves are famous for its rock-cut sanctuaries. Out of the three caves here, only one is well preserved.

3.Prakasam Barrage

Prakasam Barrage
Prakasam Barrage is 1223.50 meter long built across the River Krishna.It  is the major source that helps in the irrigation of the agricultural lands in Andhra Pradesh.

4.Bhavani Island

Bhavani Island
The island is one of the largest on this river covering 130 acres of land. The swimming pools are well maintained and you could have a whale of a time here.

5.Victoria Museum

Victoria Museum
Victoria Museum is known to conserve huge collections of ancient sculptures, inscriptions, idols, paintings, cutlery and weapons. 

6.Kondapalli Fort

Kondapalli Fort
Kondapalli Fort belongs to the 7th century. Built on a hill, this three-storied fort offers stunning views of the city. The rock tower found here is majestic. 

7.Kolleru Lake

kolleru lake
Kolleru Lake attracts migratory birds and bird watchers. This largest fresh water lake in the country is haven for birds.
Gandhi Hill
The first memorial for Gandhi was constructed on top of the hill in Vijayawada and hence the hill is called Gandhi Hill. A stupa of Gandhi measuring 15.8 meter

9.Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam

durga temple
Kanaka Durga Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Goddess Kanaka Durga. The deity in this temple is also popularly referred as Kanaka Durga.