The biggest city of East and West Godavari Districts in Andhra Pradesh, Rajahmundry is famous for its rich heritage. It has gained huge recognition in the country as the birthplace of first Telugu poet, Nannaya, also known as ‘Adi Kavi.’ Located on the banks of the River Godavari, the city boasts of one of the largest rail-road bridges on the river linking Rajahmundry to Kovvur. Speckled with a number of temples, Rajahmundry is also a major pilgrimage site for the Hindu cult. No Rajahmundry tour can be complete without a visit to the Kotilinga Temple, located favourably on the banks of the Godavari River. The Godavari Pushkaram, a religious festival held once in every twelve years in this place attracts a number of pilgrims from all parts of the country. Tourists can explore Pushkar Ghat, Markandeyaswamy Temple, Raghavendraswamy Temple and Venkateswara Swamy Temple on a trip to Rajahmundry. Boarding a boat cruise that takes tourists from Godavari to Pattiseema can offer truly magnificent views of the surroundings. The city is famous for its pen-making shops, where buyers can look for vintage pens. Rosemilk and ‘Paper Sweets’ are some of the most popular locally made items tourists can buy from this place. Picking a suitably travel package from MakeMyTrip can help tourists explore this city comfortably.