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Rajahmundry is located in the east of India in the Andhra Pradesh region. It's bordered by the Godavari River and has a population of almost 350,000. The city has been nicknamed The Grand city of Culture thanks to its monuments and temples, among other things.
One of the most popular temples is ISKCON Rajahmundry Temple, which occupies two acres of land and wows visitors with its ornate exterior. Other attractions to see here include the Rallabandi Subbarao Government Museum, which houses a selection of sculptures, pottery and ancient coins. Many tourists who visit the city opt for a boat tour on the river.
You can fly to Rajahmundry from numerous departure points in the UK including London, Newcastle, Glasgow and Jersey. However, there are currently no direct flights to the Indian city from the UK, so your flight will involve a stop somewhere like Chennai or Hyderabad. Depending on how long your stopover is, you could be travelling for 15 - 26 hours. If your journey includes more than one stop, you could be travelling for 21 - 35 hours.
Rajahmundry's climate is tropical, so expect hot and humid weather throughout the year. Temperatures peak from April - June with highs of around 36°C. The coolest months are November - January, so this is a good time to visit if you want to explore the city in comfort.