Hyderabad Travel Guide


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Hyderabad Travel Guide

Hyderabad, the hi-tech city is the capital of Andra Pradesh. This cosmopolitan city is also known as Istanbul of India and second Silicon Valley of India. The city nurtures in its heart the love story of a young prince, Muhammad Quli and a village belle, Bhagmati that laid the foundation of the city. Hyderabad is very beautiful, lively and a perfect tourist destination. Hyderabad has a perfect balance of Western and Indian cultures. The city of Char Minar is four hundred years old and nurtures in its heart the love story of a young prince, Muhammad Quli and a village belle, Bhagmati that laid the foundation of the city. Hyderabad is also known as the Pearl City. You'll see a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim community in Hyderabad. There are so many tourist spots, food markets, shopping malls, restaurants, bars, pubs and disco techs. The city has an incredible night life.


The Charminar: The majestic architectural hub of the city stands at the heart of the old city of Hyderabad, built by Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1591. The structure is square, each side measuring 100 feet, with a central pointed high arch at the center.

The Mecca Masjid: Mecca Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India accommodating upto 10,000 people. Located near the Charminar, the construction of the Masjid was begun by Muhammad Qutb Shah in 1617 and completed by Quranzeb in 1693.

Golconda Fort: This 16th century fortress is a majestic monument, which lies on the western outskirts of Hyderabad city. It speaks of a great cultural heritage of 400 years and exudes a palpable sense of history.

Hussain Sagar: Hussain Sagar is a large artificial lake in the midst of the city and was constructed in 1562 AD. Also known as Tank Bund, it connects the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Nagarjunakonda: Nagarjunakonda is about 150 km south-east of Hyderabad. Prehistoric remnants suggest that human activity began here some 200,000 years ago. The Nagarjunakonda Museum attracts many.

Best time to visit: Best time to travel Hyderabad is October to February.

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