In fact, the latter has given our nation many leaders, poets, scholars, and artists and it is home to some of the most magnificent temples in the country. Not only does the district attract devotees, but its rich cultural legacy also brings travellers in search of superior handicrafts, artefacts, and hand-loom. Plan your trip between October and January and a cooler weather will welcome you to this multifaceted district
ONE DAY: Travel a little over 170kms from Bengaluru to Angallu and further up, to the Horsely Hills and enjoy the lush greenery, gorgeous sight, and the fresh crisp air at the hilltop destination.
TWO DAY: Adding to the above, this journey also takes you to Neerugattuvari Palli.
THREE DAY: On a different route, this three-day trip from Bengaluru stops first at Palamaneru, then Chandragiri Fort, continues to Tirumala, Tiruchanur, and Srikalahasti before making the last stop at Kanipakam and heading back to the city.
How To Get There!
Chittoor is well connected to the rest of India. You can take a flight to Tirupati—it has its own airport with regular flights from major Indian cities. The closest airport to SPS Nellore District is in Chennai. There are regular trains to both Chittoor and the government also runs buses to these districts.
Best Time To Visit!
Summers are hot and dry in Chittoor. The best time to visit is between September and February when the weather is very pleasant. If you don’t mind moderate showers, then visit between June and September.
The easiest way to get around in Chittoor is to rent a cab. The distance between Chittoor and SPS Nellore Districts is 225 kilometres.