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Situated in Tirupati, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Govindaraja Swami Temple and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Sri Venkateswara Museum. Venkateshvara Temple is 16.2 ...
Marasa Sarovar PremiereRs3,300Marasa Sarovar PremiereRs3,300
Situated in the historical district, this resort is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Govindaraja Swami Temple and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Sri Venkateswara Museum. Chandragiri ...
Fortune Select Grand RidgeRs3,200Fortune Select Grand RidgeRs3,200
Situated in Tirupati, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Govindaraja Swami Temple and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Sri Venkateswara Museum. Chandragiri Fort is 10.6 ...
OYO 5083 near Railway StationRs1,189OYO 5083 near Railway StationRs1,189
Situated in Tirupati, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Govindaraja Swami Temple and Sri Venkateswara Museum. Chandragiri Fort is 10.5 mi (16.8 km) ...
OYO 9015 near Railway StationRs7,121OYO 9015 near Railway StationRs7,121
Situated in Tirupati, this hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Sri Venkateswara Museum and 1.9 mi (3 km) from Govindaraja Swami Temple. Chandragiri Fort is 9.4 mi ...
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The city of Tirupati is found in the Chittoor district of India’s state of Andhra Pradesh. This site is flocked to by many tourists and locals throughout the year, with many making a pilgrimage to Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. This is seen as the holiest Hindu site, which has granted Tirupati the title of “Spiritual Capital of Andhra Pradesh”. It gives visitors a great experience, blending cultural beauty and modern architecture. It has even won the “Best Heritage City” award from the Indian Ministry of Tourism. Here we’ll be looking at the top things to see and do in Tirupati, while also pointing out the best hotels.About Tirupati
You will find that the Tirupati city vicinity is filled with a strangely calming atmosphere and captivating collection of places to explore. Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is the main place of worship, however many others are waiting to be discovered across the region. It is a great place to explore either on foot or by bicycle.Tirupati’s Top Accommodation
Some of the top luxury suburban hotels, look towards the heart of Tirupati. Here you find great suburban hotels with their own in-house restaurants, swimming pools and even health club access. Most of the hotels here are great for families, giving child-minding facilities and a children’s pool. The Tirupati city centre hotels have great rates, great placement near the Sri Venkateswara Museum and the Govindaraja Swami Temple and even business facilities.
At Tirupati you find great 3-star hotels which are situated just 15-minutes from Tumbhuru Teertham, the Govindaraja Swami Temple and the Talakona Waterfall. The hotels near the Railway Station have air-conditioned rooms, in-room climate control, daily housekeeping, free toiletries and children are welcome.
Another great place to shop for 3-star hotels is within Thanapalli Cross near Akasaganga Teertham & Talakona Waterfall. The 3-star hotels of Thanapalli Cross give a great range of rooms with free breakfasts, tours advice, laundry facilities, in-room air conditioning and daily housekeeping. Top Attractions of Tirupati
Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is beautiful area which stands as a devotion to Padmavathi. Padmasarovaram is the temple tank where it is said that Goddess Padmavathi manifested within the golden Lotus, otherwise known as padmam. In the span of this complex you will find the Sri Krishna Swampy temple dating back to 1221AD.
The Sri Venkateswara Temple is seated atop the Tirumala Hills, a highly frequented and well-revered pilgrimage site. Here you can also find the Sri Venkateswara Zoologiacl Park which is home to many different species of animals, including lions and lots of different primates. Just aside the temple is a waterfall and cave with dedications to Lord Shiva.
SV Museum in Tirumalu is a must-see which gives a glimpse into the history, traditions and culture of this ancient area. From artefacts to ornaments and instruments. There are over six-thousand items held within the museum, ranging across all avenues of life from archaeological interest to displays of poetry, mundane life and amazing sculptures & other art.The Best Food & Shopping in Tirupati
Don’t leave Tirupati without first trying authentic dishes such as laddu maha prasadam, daddojanam, puliohora, vada and chakkera-pongali. The street vendors have great value, while the restauarants here are known to have food of the highest quality at great prices as well.