September 17, 2021

Top 10 Attractive Places to Visit in Prakasam

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Top Tourist Attractions in Prakasam

Prakasam

Prakasam is one of the nine districts that make up the Coastal Andhra area of Andhra Pradesh, India. It was established in 1970. Ongole is the district’s administrative centre.

Best Places to Visit in Prakasam

  1. Kothapatnam Beach
  2. PAKALA Beach
  3. Chirala Beach(Vodarevu Beach)
  4. Ramayapatnam Beach
  5. Malakonda
  6. Tripuranthakam
  7. Bhairavakona
  8. Gundlakamma Reservoir
  9. Rallapad Reservoir
  10. Mopadu Reservoir

Best Time to Visit in Prakasam

Anytime

How to Reach Prakasam


Ongole is the biggest city in the Andhra Pradesh district of Prakasam. The city has a lovely combination of historical tradition and natural beauty, with temples and beaches on each side. For those seeking for a relaxing and peaceful weekend vacation, Ongole is a good option. Ongole’s magnificent sights include Kothapatnam Beach, Vodarevu Beach, and Chennakesava Swamy Temple. The city is connected to the rest of India through a variety of forms of transportation.

 
How to Reach Ongole by Air
 
The nearest airport to Ongole is Vijayawada Airport. Vijayawada is accessible through nonstop flights from Delhi, Chennai, and Hyderabad. Otherwise, stopover flights to the city are accessible from locations like Kolkata, Mumbai, and Lucknow, among others. Taxis may be booked from the Vijayawada airport to get to Ongole.

 How to Reach Ongole by Road
 
Ongole is well connected by road to India’s major cities and towns. Passengers may take buses from Vijayawada and Hyderabad, which run on a regular basis and at regular intervals. 


How to Reach Ongole by Rail
 
Ongole Railway Station serves as a hub for trains connecting Ongole to the rest of Andhra Pradesh. Alternatively, trains may be taken from major cities to Vijayawada, Hyderabad, or Vellore, and then a local cab or bus can be booked to go to Ongole.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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