Sited in the largest district of Andhra Pradesh, Anantapur is well-connected to all the major parts of India. It has an excellent network of roadways and railways, helping those reaching the city. In fact, Ananthapur is easily accessible by air, rail or road, providing you all the options of traveling there. Despite the fact that the city doesn't have its own airport yet the airdromes at Puttaparthi and Bangalore receive its entire traffic of air-passengers. Scroll down to know how to reach Ananthapur.
The airports at Bangalore and Puttapurthi serve the needs of
air-passengers for getting to Anantpur. The former lies at a distance of
200 km, while the latter is 70 km from the town. Bangalore airport is
well-connected to all the major cities of the country, while Puttaparthi
airport is connected with some limited cities. One can take bus or hire
taxis to cover the remaining distance.
Anantapur is connected to the cities like Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai,
New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Bhubaneswar, Pune, Vishakapatnam and other
major cities, by well-laid out network of Indian Railways.
The National Highways 7 and 205 pass through and connect Ananthapur
with all the major cities of India. Moreover, there are numerous private
and government bus services connecting the city with the other parts
both, within and outside Andhra Pradesh.