Located in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati is one of the most famous pilgrimage centres in India. Sri Venkateswara Temple is the main highlight of the city that alone attracts thousands of devotees and tourists from all corners of the country and beyond. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, more popularly known as Govinda in South India and Balaji in North India. Tirupati rests in the valley of Tirumala Hills. The seven peaks of Tirumala Hills represent the seven hoods of the ‘Adisesha’- the divine serpent under whose shade Lord Vishnu is believed to reside in his heavenly abode. Sri Venkateswara Temple is located on the seventh peak of Tirumala Hills, called Venkatachala. Traditionally, it is considered important to visit Sri Varahaswami Temple before seeking the blessings of Lord Venkateswara on a trip to Tirupati. Leaving an indelible impression on the visitors with its rare spiritual aura, this place presents one of the most gorgeous natural settings in the region. It is considered imperative to observe the restrictions on non-vegetarian food and alcohol consumption while visiting this place. MakeMyTrip offers many tailor-made tour packages, availing one of which can be extremely advantageous on the part of tourists in exploring the region.