Anantapur is a city in Andhra Pradesh in India.


Anantapur has a population of over 500,000 and is well connected by road and rail. It is located between Hyderabad, Bangalore Highway and Railway line. The nearest Airport is at Puttaparty 70 km. Sri Krishnadevaraya University and JNT University are in the city. 200 km south of Anantapur is Bangalore and 350 km north of Anantpur is Hyderabad.

The primary language is Telugu. Getting along with English alone is also not very difficult.

Get in

Anantapur is well connected with major cities like Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore with regular and frequent train and bus services.

By train

You have Garib Rath service to Hyderabad /bangalore.

By bus

Along with the government-operated APSRTC bus services, there are many private operators with very good bus services from Hyderabad, Vellore and Bengaluru.

Anantapur is well connected with outside city through Road-ways. There are above 8 private travels for Hyderabad (like, SNSMS, Sri Balaji, Kesineni, Diwakar, Ganesh...). Also, many other services to Bengaluru, and many short services to the nearby towns & villages.

One private service running from Kurnool to Vellore Daily, through Anantapur is also there.

Get around






Nannari and Butter Milk are most consuming drinks in summer and also good for health.

4 to 5 spoons of NANNARI.
1/2 piece or 1 full squizee of lemon
chilled water or chilled soda.

If you want to have the visit 1. G.A.W. cool drink shop which is in I-road between 6th and 7th cross. 2. Tower Clock Road, you can get Nannari mix Lassi. 3. In Kamala Nagar, you can get Nannari as well as Butter milk

You can also buy a Bottle of Nannari Syrup (₹45/ 750ml bottle ) at stores in Bus stand and other Juice shops to take home. will get cool Nannari and Hot samosas in 2nd road near to Masjidh.

NANNARI is available in US. It is called ROOT BEER. Try it.(It tastes like dettol)


Go next

Anantapur has many nearby attractions to visit.

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