Hyderabad city, the youngest state of India, i.e. Telangana. It is situated on the banks of the Musi River and the Deccan Plateau. A metropolitan Hyderabad city gives you a great refreshing experience to its rich culture, historic monuments, and mouth-watering cuisines.
8 Must Place you Visit in your Hyderabad City Tour
Above all a popular tourist destination of Hyderabad is Charminar. The very well-known Charminar is located at the old city built by the fifth ruler of the Qutub Shahi dynasty, Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, in 1591.
Charminar looks stunning with lighting in the evenings which is a sight not to miss.
Furthermore, there is a shopping area near the monument which is known as Laad Bazaar and you will easily find good restaurants to try some Hyderabadi Flavours.
2. Golconda Fort
The branch of knowledge marvel Golconda Fort is well connected to the remainder of the town. It was built by Qutub Shahi Kings, and also presents an impressive structure.
Therefore, At the time of the evening, there is a light and sound show in English, Hindi, and Telugu language with the voice-over by the Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan is something one must not miss when visiting the Fort.
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3. Ramoji Film City
This is the most effective place to go to in Hyderabad city.
The widely spread film city will take a whole day to visit. If you are a fan of Indian Cinema and always wonder how these shootings happen. This place will give all the answers.
Films like Bahubali, Golmaal, Dirty Picture, and many more have been shot here. It has different packages including night stay and day tour which you can book through from their website Ramoji Film City.
4. Hussain Sagar
First of all, this is the largest man-made Lake in India. A place where you can spend time with your loved ones in the evening. Therefore Boating, Light, and Sound show increase the value of this place.
5. Snow World
An indoor surprise world of snow and chill, Snow World is among the expertise places to visit in Hyderabad with family.
Hence, the most important snow areas adjoin 17000 square feet, the participating place is constructed with progressive technology.
A complete arena with youngsters’ snow play space, snow slide, snow merry-go-round, sculptures, snow basketball, snow mountain, volleyball, dancing, and an ice building create Snow World a family destination.
6. Falaknuma Palace
One of the finest palaces of Hyderabad, the Falaknuma Palace is located at an elevation of 2000 ft. and earning its name the Mirror of the Sky.
This beautiful palace also consists of 220 extravagantly decorated rooms and 22 spacious halls which were built by an Italian architect who used as a guest house for royalty.
The Nizam was an avid traveler and the palace has some of the finest collections of paintings, statues, furniture, manuscripts, and books from around the world.
Also, the opulence of royalty in the huge dining hall can be felt where the tableware is made of gold and crystal and can accommodate 100 guests on a single table. The treasures in the Palace are a feast for the eyes and a visit is well worth it.
7. Salar Jung Museum
Salar Jung Museum is one of the major attractions of the Pearl town of Hyderabad.
Probably, It is one of the oldest museums in Hyderabad.
The museum opened for the public show by the previous Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
8. Go Karting at Hyderabad Airport
If you are an adventure junkie and loves to try a new adventure then, Hyderabad will not disappoint you. This place had the latest Go-karts. In fact, it’s the only airport in India to have a Go-karting track within the premises of the airport.
Similarly, Wonderla Water Park, Sudha Car Museum, and there is much more to explore once you are in Hyderabad.
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Deepika Aggarwal is a computer engineer by degree but a digital marketer by profession. She is an introvert with some keen observation skills, loves traveling, food and dance. She can be reached out at Linkedin.
I have never heard about these spot mentioned above and it makes me motivated to visit them one day.
I think, these places are worth to visit for whom who would like cultural immersion, like me.
I will go there and use your tips and tricks. Thanks!!
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Thank you so very much for reading and appreciating the efforts of the author. You will love India and hoping you will visit someday.
Reader’s choice…Very useful info for travellers..
Thankyou for sharing