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Warangal, Andhra Pradesh Travel Guide

Warangal is the administrative headquarters of Warangal district in Andhra Pradesh. Back in times the place was the capital of Kakatiya rulers and now, it is a part of Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. The distance between Warangal and Hyderabad is about 150km.

Warangal is a Municipal Corporation. It experiences hot and dry climate. It was declared a World Heritage Place by UNESCO in 2013 due to the presence of many historical monuments.

If one wants to reach the city by air, the airport situated at Hyderabad would be the nearest point. It has a railway station connecting Kazipet Junction. Kazipet Junction is at about 13km from the city and it lies on the Hyderabad-Vijayawada-Chennai-Delhi route. By road, it is connected till Chhattisgarh.

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 One would need cars to travel around the city. There are plenty of sightseeing spots such as monuments, lakes and temples nearby. Clear Car Rental Pvt Ltd provides Online Cab Booking services in Warangal. We provide serves for airport transfers, railway station transfers, one-way drop, local sightseeing, outstation trips and multi-city travels.

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Places of attractions:

Thousand Pillar temple is a must see attraction in Warangal. The temple is just about 10mnts journey from the city. It is located in a place called Hanumakonda, about 5km from the main city. The temple is in ruins. It was built by the Kakatiya rulers. As the name suggest the temple has thousand pillars.

Badrakali temple is a popular attraction of the city. This ancient temple was built by the Chalukya rulers. A lake adjoining the temple enhances the beauty of the place.

Warangal Fort, built around 13th century is in ruins. You can see some of the ruins like the ‘Kirti Torana’ (entrance of fame) at the site.

There is a temple called Ramappa temple named after the sculptor of the temple. It is at about 77 km from Warangal and the presiding deity is Ramalingeswara.

We will provide the details of some nearby places. Many Jaina and Hindu devotees visit a place called Jangaon near Warangal. It is at about km from the city.

Medaram is a place where a village fair takes place every year. It is known as the second largest congregation in India after the Kumbha Mela. The fair is known as ‘Samakka Sarakka Jatra’.

Eturnagaram Wildlife sanctuary is visited by nature lovers. One day trip packages are available for visiting Thousand Pillars, Badrakali and Kakatiya Musical Garden. Car rental packages are available for Ramappa Lake, Pakhal Lake and Lakhnavaram Lake. Renting a car would work out cheaply.

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