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This beautiful city hypnotizes all who set foot in it with its unbeatable blend of history and modernity. A city with a history of 400 years and the status of a metropolis, Hyderabad promises to be a refreshing experience for everyone. There are historical monuments, natural getaways, mouth-watering world-famous cuisine, fun shopping, and amusement parks. The city has it all. There are many tourist attractions in Hyderabad, Families, young groups of friends, children to senior citizens, everyone will find something of their interest in Hyderabad.

A visit to this city is worth at least once in a lifetime. There is no way to experience all the city has to offer in a limited amount of time.

Charminar

As the capital of Telangana, Hyderabad is a popular tourist destination and offers its visitors a mesmerizing contrast of age-old traditions and culture with the modern conveniences and amenities of a metropolitan city. There is no shortage of tourist attractions in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad's Charminar is located in the Old City. This square-shaped structure was built in 1591 with a height of 56 m and a width of 30 m. Sultan Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah built it to honor his wife Bhagmati. Known as the 'Arc de Triomphe of the East', Charminar features four towers at each corner. There are four stories in each of the 48.7 m tall minarets on either side. On the top floor of the Chaminar is a small mosque. 45 prayer spaces are still visited by people, particularly on Fridays. Lighting in the evening is quite glamorous and makes for a worth-watching site.

Ramoji Film City

As the name suggests, Ramoji Film City has quite a lot of film sets and celebs shooting here from time to time. It is one of the largest film studios globally and even found its way to the Guinness Book of World Records. You can sign up for a guided tour of the studio, and if you're lucky, you might even get a picture with your favorite star.

Golconda Fort

The architectural marvel Golconda Fort is well connected to the rest of the city just 11 km away. With eight gates and 87 bastions, this fort was built by the Qutub Shahi Kings.

There are walls as high as 15 to 18 feet and a circumference of nearly 11 kilometers around the fortress. besides its beautiful architecture, this fort also captivates visitors with its acoustics, its water supply system, the 'Rahban' cannon, and the Ramdas' prison, which is carved with Hindu deities.

Mecca Masjid

As a religious site, Mecca or Makkah Masjid is one of the oldest places to visit in Hyderabad. In addition to being one of the top heritage sites in India, the Masjid got its name from the bricks that were brought for construction from the famous city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. In addition to being one of the most spectacular places to visit in Hyderabad, the mosque stands 23 meters tall and is India's largest mosque.

Hussain Sagar Lake

Hussain Sagar Lake is the largest artificial lake in Asia, connecting the twin cities. During Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah's reign in 1562 AD, it was excavated on a tributary to the Musi River. Hussain Shah Wali gave it its name. The main attraction is a 16 m high white granite statue of Lord Buddha in the middle of the lake, which weighs 350 tonnes. It's worth watching the lighting show here. Visitors can take a ferry to the statue, which takes and returns visitors at regular intervals. You can indulge in a variety of recreational activities which are offered here, such as boating with the choice of speed boats and motorboats, water-skiing, parasailing, and cruising. Private parties can be held in the 48-seater launch offering dinner.


Chowmahalla Palace

Chowmahalla Palace, with its literal meaning of 'four palaces' in Urdu, was built in the 18th century. From 1857 to 1869, the palace was completed during the reign of the fifth Nizam, Afzar-ud-Daulah, Asaf Jav V.

Originally covering 45 acres of land, the palace now occupies 12 acres. There are two courtyards in the palace - the northern and southern courtyards. Afzal Mahal, Tahniyat Mahal, Mahtab Mahal, and Aftab Mahal are the four palaces in the southern courtyard. Aftab Mahal is the largest, with two stories.

Khilwat Mubarak, the heart of the palace, the clock tower, Council Hall, and Roshan Bungalow are other sections to see. It has been opened for public viewing since 2005.

Nehru Zoo Park

If you are a nature and animal lover, Nehru Zoo Park is one of the best places to visit in Hyderabad. Approximately 1500 species of birds, reptiles, and animals live there. Safari packages are available so you can spend the day exploring the wildlife.

Laad Bazaar

Laad Bazaar, located next to Charminar, is one of the most popular shopping areas in Hyderabad.

Even during the time of the Qutub Shahis and the Nizams, this market was said to have been equally energetic. With an ages-old heritage, the "Laad Bazaar" got its name from the word "Lead" meaning lacquer. Lacquer is one of the main materials found in these bangles, which are available in an incomparable variety.

There is everything here, from traditional wares to clothes to zari and embroidery works to pearls and semi-precious jewelry.

NTR Gardens

NTR Gardens was erected in memory of the most celebrated actor and politician in Andhra Pradesh, Shri N T Rama Rao. In addition, if you are traveling with your children, they will have the time of their lives!

Jala Vihar

The family entertainment park, Jalavihar, enjoys a prime location at the Necklace Road. Suitable for both kids and adults, it offers an amazing range of water activities. Some of these are River ride, Tilt bucket, Mushroom Umbrella, Family slide, Mini aqua trailers, Float slide, Pendulum, etc.

In addition to water rides, families can also have fun playing games like Mini train, Super-Jet, Battery bikes, Mini coarsely, Battery cars, Mini rainbow wheel, Air hockey, Water shooter, Basketball, Bungy Trampoline, etc. Family functions can be held here in the party zone. Additionally, it houses an amphitheater and the Aesthetic Vedhika.

It is hard not to agree when Hyderabad is often referred to as the New York of India. Be it the racing lifestyle, the young crowd, modern-day culture, old traditions, historical attractions, or the local population, these glorious places to visit in Hyderabad will take you through the length and breadth of the city, beyond the city’s much-hyped biryani scenes. Enjoy your vacation with your family and friends don’t forget to visit the places mentioned by us. For more exacting travel blogs keep reading Travographer.

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