Vijayawada is an ancient city situated on the banks of the Krishna river. This city was so famous that the Chinese scholar Xuanzang spent a few years studying Buddhist scriptures here. Today, it has been recognised as a global city of the future. It is one of the commercial hubs of Andhra Pradesh generating more thanthree billion dollars in revenue. People travel to Vijayawada in February for the Deccan Festival and in December for the Lumbini Festival, while the winter months from September to March is when the weather is most pleasant. Being a centre for several businesses, Vijayawada has many travellers flocking to the city, and there are many hotel options available for the travellers. These include homestays, river-view hotels, one to five-star hotels and budget accommodations.
Treebo has some of the best hotels in Vijayawada. Treebo has taken adequate care to ensure that these hotels feature among the best budget hotels in Vijayawada with their impeccable service and comfortable accommodations. Guests can book Treebo hotels starting from INR 1999-5499 only. The hotels feature clean, air-conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms and essential services like a TV with DTH connection, free Wi-Fi, toiletries and a complimentary breakfast. Treebo Empire gives other Vijayawada hotels a run for their money. Apart from being centrally located in the city, it is also well equipped. A bustling market so close to the premises makes this a favourite among shopaholics. Treebo Alana is a Vijayawada hotel with excellent connectivity to the rest of the city. With an in-house gym and restaurant, it is one of the best budget hotels in Vijayawada. Additionally, it is just 2.3 kilometres away from the Kanaka Durga Temple. Choose from these Treebo hotels for the best stay experience!
Vijayawada is home to the Undavalli caves. These caves were carved more than 1300 years ago and have large and imposing statues of Lord Shiva. The Mogalarajapuram Caves and Gunadala Matha Shrine are two other attractions that are on or near rocky surfaces. You can also find the spicy local pickle known as Avakai. The traditional Andhra raw mango pickle is not for the faint of heart/stomach. It can be very spicy, so have it in moderation. For some delicious South Indian fare, head to 5 to 10 or Temptations, and you won’t be disappointed. Vijayawada’s street food vendors are also quite plentiful and popular. Swing by Taste on Wheels, Brindavan Colony Chat Corner or Kingdom Chaat to pamper your taste buds. Shopaholics can go street shopping at Kondapalli or the more popular Beasent Road. The area is always bustling with activity. Get your hands on the Mangalagiri saris, which are produced in the pilgrimage city of Mangalagiri and are unique cotton saris with a stylish Jari border. For those new to the city, make your way to the best hotels in Vijayawada that are being offered by Treebo.