Ranked amongst the oldest cities in the Indian subcontinent, Rajahmundry is a beautiful city located on the banks of Godavari River. The city, which is called the Cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh, is also referred to as the ‘Born City’. It is thus called because poet Nannayya gave script to Telugu to make it a language. Nannayya, the first Telugu poet, was born in this city. It was built by Chalukya king Rajaraja Narendra during 11th century. The ancient city is popular for its active participation during various times including the freedom struggle against British rule. Rajahmundry is a blend of various qualities that make the place unique, interesting, and suitable for tourism for all ages. Picturesque landscapes, monuments of cultural importance, ancient temples and adventurous tourist spots are available in the city to make it an irresistible place for travelers. Here are the top 8 places to visit in Rajahmundry, which you would not want to miss.