Located in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, Kurnool is a place that treads the fine line between the contemporary and the old world. The town has served the capital of Andhra Pradesh from the year 1953 to 1956. The city is located on the banks of the river Handri and river Tungabhandra. The place can bring a warm feeling among travelers with its small town charm and the hospitable environment. Some of the important places to visit in Kurnool include the Kurnool Fort, the Kurnool Museum, Nallamala Forest, the Nagareswarswami temple, the Venugopalsawami temple, the new Shirdi Sai Baba temple and the Peta Anjanyeswami temple.
Summer: 23 to 37 C
Winter: 20 to 28 C
Oct to Mar
Getting to Kurnool
The nearest airport to Kurnool is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. One can reach Hyderabad Airport from Kurnool through a 3.5 hour drive. The airport is well-connected to all local and major international cities in Hyderabad.
Kurnool is well-connected to Hyderabad via regular trains. Taxis ply between railway station and the city center.
The National Highway 7 connects Hyderabad and Kurnool. The road journey from Hyderabad to Kurnool will approximately take around 3 hours. There are buses from Hyderabad to Guntur that operate on a daily basis. A/C and Non A/C Volvo buses ply between Hyderabad and Kurnool.