Tirupati, also considered to be the Spiritual capital of Andhra Pradesh, is located in the Chittoor district of the state. The temples, rolling hills, valleys, pristine beaches, and rivers of Tirupati, basking in its natural glory, welcome millions of visitors every year with cordialness.
Of all the places to visit in Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati remains one of the top favourites among the local and international tourists. Tirupati lies on the foothills of Seshachalam hills and nature has blessed it with not only hills and rivers but also some of the best species of flora and fauna in its National Park, eponymous with the famous temple. The national parks are home to critically endangered bird species like yellow-throated bulbul, oriental white-backed vulture, grey fronted green pigeon, etc. It is also home to 1500 plant species of 174 families, rare species like red sanders, sandalwood and hundreds of others.
The arts and crafts from the region are highly praised for their intricacy. The architecture around the temples has always been a subject of fascination and knowledge for all the tourists. The archaeological museum displays a rich collection of Hindu gods and cultural remainder collected from different sites.
Due to pleasantly snug weather during the winter and early spring, Tirupati offers to its visitors some breathtaking views amidst the greenery and lap of nature of Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati also receives hundreds of Hindu pilgrims every year. From the famous Vaishanavite Shrine of Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy temple and other historic sites, Tirupati is full of wonders waiting to offer to the world.