Distance between Kanpur and Tirupati is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Kanpur is an industrial town founded by the King of Sachendi. Nestled on the banks of the river Ganga, Kanpur is a city of historical, religious and commercial importance. Famed for its industrial belt, the city was also known as Manchester of India during colonial times.
It is the largest city of Uttar Pradesh and second largest Hindi speaking city next to Delhi. Historically, the city has contributed a lot in terms of literature, art and education. With temples on one side and prominent educational institutions on the other, the city has a perfect blend of modern and ancient Indian culture.
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You can reach Tirupati from Kanpur by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Tirupati, a town of pious shrines, is located in the lap of Chittoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Sri Venkateshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu is major landmark of Tirupati and every year millions of pilgrims come to visit it. The temple is nestled on the top of Tirumala hills and the rest of the town is populated at the foothills.
Tirumala hills has seven peaks, marked as a symbol of the seven heads of serpent Adishesha. The holy temple is on the seventh hill called Venkatadri. The beautiful temple showcase the Dravidian architecture and believed to be built during the period of 300 AD. It is the richest temple in the world in respect to the donations received.
Tirupati town has an airport situated in the region of Renigunta. It is located at 15 km from the centre of the main city. It serves flights to major Indian metros such as Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore. The winter months is the best time to visit Tirupati as the weather is pleasant..
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Tirupati, renowned for Sri Venkateshwara Temple is located in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Every year lacs of devotees come to Tirupati to visit Sri Venkateshwara Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple rests on the top of Tirumala hills at a distance of 20 kms from the main city.
Other tourist attractions in Tirupati include Govindaraja Swami Temple, Silathoranam, ISKCON Temple, Swami Pushkarini Lake, TTD Gardens, Akasha Ganga Theertham and many more.
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The Tirumala Temple gets lacs of visitors each year. The temple is atop the hill Tirumala, about half an hour’s drive away from Tirupati.
The temple sits at the base of a waterfall, next to the entrace to a cave. This Shiva temple worships Lord Shiva’s manifestation as Kapileshwara.
This natural rock formation is a series of small boulders that seem to hang from the sky. The smaller boulders connect two large rock formations, making the view breathtaking.
Talakona Waterfall is a high falling waterfall just outside of Tirupati. A part of the Sri Venkateshwara National Park, the waterfall is only accessible by foot and you’d have to walk about a kilometre to get there.
The waterfall is about 5 km from the Sri Venkateshwara Temple and is considered sacred. Many a devotee go here to take a dip in the water.
Where to eat in Tirupati
If you’re looking for a wholesome South Indian lunch or dinner after your darshan at Tirumala Temple, we highly recommend Saarangi for its excellent thaalis.
Serves a simple thali, but also offers some Andhra food.
This multi-cuisine restaurant in Tirupati is easy on the pocket. And you’ll get a choice of Indian, Indo-Chinese and Italian cuisines.
Minerva Coffee Shop
Serves a thali for meals but is best known among locals for its excellent filter coffee.
Like Rainbow, Bliss also serves multiple cuisines and is quite affordable.