Top Commercial Places in Vijayawada

MG Road, Besant Road, Kondapalli, Tarapet, PVP Square, LEPL Icon, Eluru Road, Governorpet South Indian Shopping Mall, Chandana Grand Mall.

Business Directory of Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh

Nearby Cities

Must Visit Places

  • Kanaka Durga Temple
    Kanaka Durga Temple

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :04:00 AM - 08:00 PM

  • Prakasam Barrage
    Prakasam Barrage

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :24 hours

  • Undavalli Caves
    Undavalli Caves

    Entry Fee :Rs. 5 / person
    Opening Hours :09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

  • Bhavani Island
    Bhavani Island

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :24 hours

  • Bapu Museum
    Bapu Museum

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :10:30 AM - 05:00 PM

  • Gandhi Hill
    Gandhi Hill

    Entry Fee :Rs. 10 / person except Tuesdays
    Opening Hours :04:30 PM - 08:00 PM

How to Reach

By Air - Vijayawada Airport has flights for all prime national terminals as well as some international terminals. One can take a bus or cab to reach the airport, making it easy to travel by air to the city.

By Train - Regular trains pass through Vijayawada Junction connecting the city to all prime local cities in Andhra Pradesh and other neighboring and far-off states.

By Road -Vijayawada bus terminal has buses running from prime cities in South India. One can avail services of a private or a public bus operator, or a cab as well to reach the city.

Best Time To Visit

You can visit Vijaywada in the months of September - March. These months observe moderate climate, letting you get the best of the city’s beautiful tourist attractions and a mouth watering culinary palate.

Events and Culture

Famous Delicacies

Vijayawada's culinary palate is quite wide and diverse. Here are some dishes you should definitely try, if you are visiting Vijayawada : Idli, Mirchi Bhaji, Masala Vada, Punugulu, Rava Dosa, Poha, Ulvacharu and much more.


The city of Vijayawada celebrates festivals like Dussehra, Vijaya Dashami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Krishna Pushkaram, Diwali, Theppotsavam, Eid, and Christmas with unmatched magnificence and gaiety.