Located in Andhra Pradesh, Guntur is the largest city in the district and is the civil centre of the state. It is situated 64 Kms from Bay of Bengal and is easily approachable to the big cities of the state. There are many astounding places such as the Bhattiprolu, Sitanagaram and Amravati that can be viewed in Guntur.
Guntur is historically famous for the Buddhism religion and it is said that Buddha himself featured the first Kalachakra at this location. Guntur Travel Guide is incomplete without a mention of its religious destinations, serene spots and rich heritage. Mangalagiri, Kondaveedu, Krishna Barrage, Nagarjuna Sagar Dam and Ethipothala Falls are the famous tourist pearls of the city.
Guntur experience diversified culture and has influences from all religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam. It is also famous as the major center for Textiles, Cotton, tobacco and chilli products that are exported to different parts of the world from Guntur. The city also organizes the largest Asian market for red chilies.