Places To Visit In Amaravathi

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Here are the top 4 tourist attractions to see in Amaravathi:

1. Amareswara Temple, Amaravathi

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As per Hindu legends, the Amareswara Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva, the 'Destroyer of the Universe'.

2. Amravati Museum, Amaravathi

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This is a small but interesting museum in Amravati which displays exhibits that range between 3rd century BC and 12th century AD.

3. Dhyana Buddha Statue

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Dhyana Buddha Statue is a hugeg statue of Buddha installed in Amaravathi in Andhra Pradesh. With a towering height of 125 ft, the statue is located on the banks of river Krishna. It has eight pillars resting on a Lotus pandal. The statue also has a museum beneath it which has scriptures on Buddhism and other relevant artefacts.

4. Amaravathi Mahachaitya

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Amaravathi Mahachaitya is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Amaravathi. Constructed during the late Mauryan era, this ruined Buddhist monument was actually a Buddhist stupa, which housed the relics of great Buddhist scholars and thinkers.

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How much does a package cost for Amaravathi?

The packages for Amaravathi start at INR 8000 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

How can I commute within Amaravathi?

Amaravathi is a small town where one can easily commute one place to another. Buses are the best and a cheap way to travel within the town but tend to be a little slow. However, if you are tourist, taxi is the better option. Though a bit expensive, but it serves as a much faster way to explore the city and its nearby places.
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Can you suggest an itinerary for Amaravathi?

Day 1 - Reach Amaravathi, preferably by noon and take some rest. In the evening, you can go for a stroll at the small but interesting museum at Amaravathi, which houses some rare events of ancient India. 
 Day 2 - You should begin ideally with Amaravathi Mahachaitya, which is a popular Buddhist hotspot. For the Hindu pilgrims, not very far from here, is the holy AmareswaraTemple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Amareswara is incidentally the old name of Amaravathi as well.
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