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Towns and Cities of Interest 

 VISHAKAPATNAM  
Vishakapatnam was once a tiny fishing town that belonged to Dolphin's Nosethe Kalinga Empire during the reign of King Ashoka in 260 B.C. In the 15th century A.D Vishakahpatnam became a part of the Vijayanagar empire.

Today it is a bustling industrial and commercial city having the largest shipbuilding yard in the country.

The landmark of Vishakhapatnam is the Dolphin's Nose, a prominent 358 metre high rocky projection into the sea. It is also well known for its gorgeous beaches.

To get there:

Air: Flights from Hyderabad, Bhubaneshwar and Calcutta.

Rail: Well connected by rail to all the major cities in India.

Road: Linked by road to all major Indian cities.

 WARANGAL 

Located 157 km away from Hyderabad, Warangal is well known for its lakes, temples and wild life. The fifth largest city of Andhra Pradesh today, it was once the capital of the Kakatiya kingdom.

The marvellous thousand-pillar temple built by Rudra Deva in 1163 A.D. is located here. This star shaped shrine is dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu and Surya and has beautifully carved pillars, perforated screens and images.

The rock-hewn elephants and the huge richly ornamented Nandi are worth seeing. The temple was built in the 12th century by the Kakatiya kings. Warangal also has an ancient fort.

To get there:

Air: The nearest airport Hyderabad is 157 kilometre away

Rail: Well connected by rail to important cities of India.

Road: Linked by state buses to Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Vijayawada, Khammam etc.


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