The most highly populated state in southern India and the land simultaneously of the Telugu and the Charminar, Andhra Pradesh on the Bay of Bengal offers a plethora of the most diverse tourist experiences. From dilapidated fortresses to untamed wilderness, magnificent monuments to rustic tribal villages, Andhra Pradesh has it all. Home also to a bipolar communal environment, Tourism of Andhra Pradesh has always been a flourishing industry and still has not lost any of the attention due to it. A municipality in Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh, Nalgonda is an archeologist’s delight.

Remains and fossils of the Paleolithic and Neolithic age and even of the Mauryan period have been excavated from various regions in Nalgonda. A tour to Nalgonda  can be a truly rewarding experience. Nalgonda is located quite at the heart of the state of Andhra Pradesh. It takes 3-4 hours to reach Nalgonda from Vijaywada and 5-6 hours from Hyderabad by rail. Nalgonda can be easily reached from Hyderabad. A regular bus service connects it to the state capital. Hyderabad Begumpet Airport.

Places to see around:
* Nandikonda
* Vijayapuri ( Once the capital of the Ikshvakus during the 3rd centuary A.D.)
* Bhongir Fort
* Deverakonda Fort
* Pillalamarri
* Pochampalle – The origin of the Bhoodan Movement led by Acharya Vinoba Bhave
* Nagarjuna Sagar
* Panagal

Summers are uncomfortably hot and humid. The best time therefore to visit Nalgonda is between October and March.

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