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Andhra Pradesh is a notable south Indian state. It is bordered by Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Orissa in the north, the Bay of Bengal in the East, Tamil Nadu to the south and Karnataka to the west.

This largest and the most populous state in southern India, is also popular as the rice bowl of India.

Two most famous and revered rivers like Godavari and Krishna cross this ancient state adding more beauty and glory to it. However, being so popular for its tourist attractions and achievements, this idyllic state offers irresistible opportunities to the travelers to explore its beauty and charm.
 


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Andhra Pradesh Tour Packages - This Hyderabad and Nagarjunasagar tour package includes accommodation in 3 star hotel, pick up and drop from airport, 3 days site seeing by A/C car, and complementary breakfast.

This package tour to Andhra Pradesh however excludes Food, entrance fees to tourist places, and other personal things.

Best Tour Package To Andhra Pradesh - The Salarjung Museum is a great repository of art and history. It is believed that the museum houses the art collections of the three generations of the Salar Jung family. This is followed by a short lunch break after which we proceed towards Qutub Shahi Tombs and Golkonda Fort.

The exciting and eventful day is wrapped up by a sumptuous dinner at Tara Mathi Bharadhari. The first night is to be spent in Hyderabad. The sound and light show at the Golkonda Fort is optional.

 

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