Kollapur, a town in Telangana’s Mahbubnagar’s district, is famous for its Kollapur Palace, which is visited all round the year. There are also many tourist attractions worth visiting in the area such as temples, the water lift irrigation project, Sundara Mahal, Nagarjunsagar and Hyderabad. This town shares its border with Mahbubnagar and Kurnool.
Places to Stay
Kollapur does not have any accommodation facilities. Those visiting Kollapur can book reasonable budget hotels in Alampur, which is located 58 km away. Some of these hotels are Taj Mini Lodge (Tariff – Rs.185), Haritha Hotel (Tariff – Rs.413), Sri Adithya Hotel (Tariff – Rs.245) and Viswas Lodge (Tariff – Rs.290).
The official language spoken in Kollapur is Telugu.
The most celebrated festivals in Kollapur are Sankranti in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Ugadi in March, Vinayaka Chaviti in August-September, Dussehra in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Kollapur has many interesting tourist attractions around its area. These are Kollapur Palace (35 m), Somasila (9 km), Singotam (21 km), Pentlavelli (9 km) and Rayavaram (23 km) away from Kollapur.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Kollapur is about 115 km away in Hyderabad.
There is no railway station in Kollapur. Alampur Road Railway Station, which is 52 km away from this town, is the nearest railway station.
State-run and private buses ply on the routes connecting Kollapur. Private bus operators such as Omer Travels and Sangita Travels run buses from Hyderabad to Kollapur. Numerous bus booking websites provide bus ticket booking offers, especially during the festive season.