Sightseeing in Tirupati

Tirupati is a pilgrim's promised land. It is nestled in the southern end of Andhra Pradesh and features an abundance of temples, religious centres and other important places. Some of the popular places to visit in Tirupati include the famous Sri Venkateshwara Temple, Kapila Theertham, Silathoranam and Sri Padmavati Ammavari Temple. 


Sri Venkateshwara Temple

Sri Venkateshwara Temple is one of the most revered temples in India that gets a large footfall of pilgrims all year long. Millions of people from within India and the world flock to this temple and pray for their health and well-being. Devotees who visit the temple can also enjoy a rich meal that is cooked to perfection, from donations made by devotees. Head over to this temple which is one of the most venerated sightseeing places in Tirupati.

an old temple facade with intricate carvings on the roof of idols
a pond with the reflection of the sky and greenery surrounding it


Kapila Theertham

Kapila Theertham is a holy pond where a number of religious rituals are conducted by the locals. It is one of the many Tirupati sightseeing places that can be visited by travellers. This pond is bordered by a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This ancient temple is a popular destination in Tirupati which has a stream flowing near it. Pay a visit to this unique temple during your next trip to Tirupati. 




Silathoranam is a natural rock formation that has stood the test of time. Today, it is an important archaeological landmark that opens up a window into the erstwhile life and times of people. Pilgrims who visit this destination believe that natural rock formation bears a resemblance to Lord Venkateshwara. This rock formation is a national monument that is protected by the state government and is certainly one of the more popular sightseeing places in Tirupati.

an open mountain with greenery below and above it and blue sky in the background
angular facade of a temple with white clouds on blue sky in the background


Sri Padmavati Ammavari Temple

Located just a short distance away from the main city, one can find Sri Padmavati Ammavari Temple. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Padmavathi and is one of the many sacred shrines in Tirupati. Travellers who visit this temple can interact with the locals who will be happy to tell you the tales and the legends that surround this place.