Hyderabad is a must visit tour destination in India. The city of Nizams with its unspeakable splendors is a famous tourism destination in South. The city is known for its culinary and exuberance that it emits. Apart from that, this tour center is also famous as the hub for information Technology in India. So, if you come to India, Hyderabad tour is a must.
Tour Attractions in Hyderabad
This must visit Hyderabad tour destination was built in 17th century.
Charminar has four wide roads radiating in the four cardinal directions.
The structure is square in shape with each of its side measuring 100
feet and a central pointed high arch at the center. The whole edifice
contains numerous small decorative arches arranged both vertically and
The Mecca Masjid
The Mecca Masjid stands near the Charminar. The construction of this
splendid destination was started by Muhammad Qutb Shah in 1617 and
completed by Quranzeb in 1693. The Mecca Masjid has a grand edifice with
a huge courtyard that can accommodate nearly 10,000 men at prayer.
Hussein Sager Lake
A magnificent tourism destination in Hyderabad, Hussein Sager Lake is
one of the largest artificial lakes in India. Hussein Sager Lake lies
between the twin city of Hyderabad and Secunderbad. Ibrahim Qutb Shah
built it around 1550 in gratitude to Hussein Shah Wali, who had cured
him of a mysterious disease. Do include it in your Hyderabad tours.
Excursions Around Hyderabad
Traditionally Golconda has been known for its magnificent diamonds all
over the world. The mines in Golconda boast off some of the most
renowned diamonds in the world. The Kohinoor originally belonged to
Golconda, as did the Darya-I-Noor, the Orloff, the Pitt, and the great
table of the Nizam. This is a not-to-miss tourism destination near
Warangal is situated 157 km northeast of Hyderabad. This splendid tour
destination is famous for its thousand-pillar temple that is a specimen
of the subtle Chalukya architecture. There is a fort too that has been
built by the Kakatiyas, who ruled between 12th and 14th centuries.
Bidar, a marvelous tour destination, is 110 km northwest of Hyderabad.
This place was formerly the capital of the Bahmani kingdom, and later on
of Barid Shahi dynasty. In the course of history, the Nizams annexed
Bidar. It has a vast range of palaces, mosques, baths, schools and tombs
within a strong fortified area. The tombs at Ashtur and Gawan's Madarsa
have strong architectural splendor
How to Reach Hyderabad
Hyderabad's Begumpet Airport has a number of daily flights to the major
cities of the country. It is well connected to cities such as Delhi,
Mumbai, Kolkata, Banglore and Chennai.
Hyderabad railway station is well connected to all the major Indian
cities. There are a number of daily express trains from Hyderabad to the
other cities of India such as Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Banglore and
Hyderabad has a large bus terminus and is well connected to other
cities in the state by a network of state and national highways. The
Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation buses and buses
belonging to other South Indian State Roadways also operate from here.