One of the 29 states of India, Andhra Pradesh lies on the southern coast of the country, the compelling capital of the state, Hyderabad gives you enough reasons to plan a visit to Andhra Pradesh. Andhra’s Old Quarter is embellished with the palaces and the monuments of the bygone era and the streets here are lined with tea houses, narrow lanes, multi hued markets and a plethora of biryani restaurants. On the outskirts of the city, one can find a myriad of forts and tombs that speak volumes of the departed royalty that once was legitimate here. Meanwhile the new districts on the other side are lit up by the IT-fuelled youth, hotels, resorts, classy restaurants, bars and boutiques. Perhaps, it is this side of the state that attracts the tourists more.
Other attractions of the the two states – Andhra Pradesh and Telangana which were one prior to the split in 2014 are perhaps a little less brazen however if you go around digging you are certain to the locate few gems like the magnificent medieval sculptures of Palampet, cherry coastal holiday vibe of Vishakhapatnam, Buddhist sites like the Guntupalli and Sankaran that are tucked away deep in the countryside as well as the positive vibe exuding from the colossal pilgrim crowd of the Temple.