Srisailam, located on the foot of the Nallamala and Rishabgiri Hills lays in the Kurnool district of the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. This holy town is positioned on the banks of the River Krishna. It is a patronized spot by pious tourists in India as it houses one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples called the Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple.
What adds more richness to this place is its heritage of valuable literature, culture and religion, and the many historic and religious tourist attractions that it offers. The town is quite and filled with sanctity. It provides with a variety of accommodation options for the domestic and international tourists suiting their respective tastes and preferences. You can also visit Alampur located at a distance of 27 Kms from Srisailam.
It is linked by a good network of motor-able roadways making headways to Srisailam. Located 212 Kms north from the city of Hyderabad makes it an accessible tourist and religious attraction. Thinking of going by road? Regular Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) bus services are available from Hyderabad and Guntur. Places like Kakinada, Nalgonda and all other major districts including the major connecting towns of Kurnool and Narasarasopet offering extensive bus services, almost every 30 minutes.
If rail is your preferred choice, then you can book one from Kurnool at a distance of 190 Kms from the Markapur Road rail-head and other main cities of Nandyal and Nasaraopet.
If air is your only choice or if you are a lover of luxury and convenience but still desire to thank lord for all you have then the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport of Hyderabad located at a distance of 195 Kms could be the closest option available. Thus, reaching Srisailam is not a problem. Being a popular spot, it is heavily connected via all modes of transport, public and private.