Capital city of Telangana, Hyderabad is the hub of technology sector and is a home to various infamous places with historical significance, markets that reflect local culture, and restaurants that serve delectable flavour of wholesome meals and snacks. Hyderabad is a city that can be explored with kids, a group of friends, family and romantically with partner. Depending on your travel companion, the city offers a variety of perfect options for your comfortable yet adventurous vacation. The city of 16th century historical Charminar, is best visited from October to March, when the weather is cooler and and pleasant than the rest of the year.
Places to visit in Hyderabad:
There are amazing places to visit in Hyderabad like waterparks, sci-fi museums, tombs, parks, temples-masjid and churches that represent beliefs and tradition, lakes, bazaar, resto-bar, palace, film-city and more that makes a trip to Hyderabad an epic getaway.
The Infamous and a ‘Do Not Miss-Out’ places to visit:
Ramoji Film City:
It is one of the largest destinations to live the Indian movies. Ramoji Film City offers tourists a unique experience to visit the spots where most of their favorite scenes in the movie have been shot. This place also has fancy lodging facilities for guests, exciting sports activities, toy-train rides and restaurants serving tourists and other crew members of the set. Ramoji Film City is a small filmy world in itself. To add to the list of reasons why you should visit this location, consider the following: Many people who have stayed in Ramoji Film City believe that it is haunted.
Built by Nizam Salabat Jung, the place with four Palaces was once the abode of the Asaf Jahi dynasty. Chowmahalla Palace has several other historical significance despite being a true form of art from the old days as it was the residence of the Nizams of Hyderabad during their reign. This place is a perfect getaway destination for those who seek comfort in cultural history but it remains closed every Friday of the week. It’s advisable to check on the visiting hours of the Palace before you plan a visit in the epitome of Nizami aura!
The secret lake of the city that is well surrounded by the localities of Madhapur and Jubilee Hills, is locally also known as Raidurgam Cheruvu. Being surrounded by the rarest form of nature — Granite, makes this place extra special and another popular tourist destination in the city for blissful moments near the lake. The tranquility of the surroundings is appealing. Durgam Cheruvu now also offers an artificial lake, floating fountain and various other outdoor activities to grab your attention and distract the heavy population on the spot so that everyone can have their quality time in the region.
Precisely an Old Mansion of Nizams of Hyderabad, Purani Haveli, is a home to fine craftsmanship from the past. This palace is a museum dedicated to preserve and display the history of Hyderabadi essence, and was once the residence of rulers of the Momin dynasty. Popularly known as Masarrat Mahal, has a hand operated elevator from the past and several other artifacts that were gifted to the nizams who once lived there. Those artifacts are the symbol of rich tradition and extraordinary skill of our people from the past. This Museum is a fantastic place to visit if you are travelling with childrens or you’re a history buff. Let me tell you, the history of Nizams will never disappoint you. There is a minor entrance fee for this attraction; check out the counters during visiting hours to get your ticket to the Nizam’s treasure.
I bet anything that you can think of is available in this extremely popular and the biggest commercial market of Hyderabad. Begum Bazaar remains open throughout the week except for a few shops, so for an excellent experience, make a visit to this Alladin’s lamp kind of market on the weekdays between 10 AM to 11 PM. The most important factor of Begum Bazaar is its association with the fine quality tobaccos that you can’t find anywhere else. If you have got even a fine bargaining skills, Begum Bazaar is a dream place for the shopaholic in you.
As the name suggests, it’s a small world of snow for you to experience winter and snowflakes in the middle of the city, also in the scorching heat of summer. This place charges a nominal entrance fee and lets you enjoy the best of the snowy experience for an hour. Cell phones are restricted within the zone, however you can bring your camera for an extra fee. Snow in the snow world is entirely hygienic and is created from the mineral water, free from pollutants, yet not advisable to be swallowed. This place offers various ice-sport activities such as — ice skating, ice boarding and more.
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