Guntur is a district located in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh in India. It is situated on the eastern coast of the country and is known for its rich history, cultural heritage, and agricultural significance. Guntur district covers an area of approximately 11,391 square kilometers and is bordered by the Krishna district to the east, Prakasam district to the south, and Kurnool and Nalgonda districts to the west.

Guntur has a diverse population comprising various communities and ethnicities. The official language spoken in the district is Telugu, which is the native language of Andhra Pradesh. The district's administrative headquarters is the city of Guntur, which is also its largest city.

Uppalapadu Birds Sanctuary
N.T.R. Manasa Sarovaram
Crazy World
Gandhi Park
Sivalayam (Sri Agastheswara Swamy Temple)
Lalupuram Water Lake
Ayyappa Swamy Temple