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Telangana Tourism

Hyderabad, a city which has beautifully amalgamated the grandeur of past with the glamour of present, is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world. This capital city has almost everything a traveller would wish for; captivating monuments, serene lakes, mesmerising parks, luxurious entertainment parks, national park, zoo, popular temples and mosques, shopping hot spots, museums, etc.

A Hyderabad tour from Telangana Tourism will offer you with multitude of parks, each park promises rejuvenating time with the beautiful nature. NTR Gardens, Lumbini Park, Sanjeevaiah Park, Hyderabad Botanical Gardens, KBR National Park beautify the city with their lush greenery. These parks are a popular hangout for many residents, a popular place to sit by and enjoy the serenity of nature, away from city’s hustle bustle. The best part is that all these parks are right in the middle of the Hyderabad city.

No Hyderabad tour package is complete without a tour to its historical buildings. Charminar, tombs of Qutb Shahi kings, the majestic Golconda fort, Chowmahalla Palace, Taramati Baradari are a few monuments that captivate tourists with their unparalleled beauty and glorious history.

Some of the other popular sightseeing places in Hyderabad offered by Telangana Tourism through Telangana Tourism Hyderabad City Tour Packages are Nizam‘s Silver Jubilee Museum, Nehru Zoological Park, Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park, AP State Archaeological Museum and Salar Jung Museum. Hussain Sagar Lake, Osman Sagar and Durgam Cheruvu offer a breath-taking setting for spending a few moments of serenity. Chilkur Balaji Temple, Birla Mandir, Mecca Masjid and St. Mary’s Church a few popular places of worship in the city.

If you are travelling with family, then entertainment hubs such as Ramoji Film City, Snow World, and Mount Opera are a few perfect spots, promising a time filled with fun and excitement with your kids. For shopping lovers, Telangana Tourism Hyderabad City Tour Packages offers Laad Bazaar in the Old City and Shilparamam which is an Arts & Crafts Village are nothing less than paradise. Apart from the world famous pearls, amazing items of Bidri work are also worth taking back home.

How to Reach Hyderabad:

The city of Hyderabad is well connected to all the major parts of India and the world via both airways and railways, making the travel easier and hassle free.

Hyderabad By Air:

The Hyderabad International Airport is well connected to the rest of the world. There are regular flights from all the major cities of the country.

Hyderabad By Train:

Secunderabad railway station and the Kacheguda railway station are the two major stations of this twin city. Both the station receives regular trains from most of the major cities of the country.

Hyderabad By Road:

There are regular buses to Hyderabad from major cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, etc. From state transport buses to luxury Volvo sleeper buses, there are a wide range of buses from which you can choose. Many tourists also travel via taxis from nearby cities.

Best time to visit Hyderabad:

Hyderabad Tour is suitable at any time of the year. However, during the months of monsoon, from June to August, heavy rain may dampen your travel plans a bit.

History of Hyderabad:

Hyderabad is the capital city of Telangana and located on the banks of Musi River. The city was established in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah, who was the fifth sultan of the Golkonda. The Qutub Shahi dynasty ruled over Hyderabad until 1687 when Aurangzeb, the Mughal emperor conquered it to make it a part of his empire. Asif Jah I, who was a viceroy appointed for Hyderabad by the Mughal Empire, declared his sovereignty over the place in 1724 and this gave impetus to the Asif Jahi dynasty, better known as the Nizams of Hyderabad.The princely state continued its existence through the colonial rule before acceding to the Indian Union in 1948. The city was the capital of Hyderabad state from 1948 until 1956.