The city that bakes the yummiest biriyanis in the world, you’d surely connect Hyderabad with this but wait, the city has much more to show to you.
Grab your best summer outfits, be all prepped up and be ready for the Hyderabad tour as we are going to list some of the best places to visit in this city of biriyanis which would make you want to pack your bags instantly and book tickets to Hyderabad right away!
Give your tongue & tummy a delightful treat and visit this city full of warm-hearted people. Let us pull over at each of the best places to visit in Hyderabad.
1. GOLKONDA FORT:
The very famous “Golkonda Fort” takes the first place on our list. You would be surprised to know that this fort was situated at a height of 400 ft. on a hill. To recapitulate the historic importance, this fort has a lot of importance over several decades.
Char Minar in Hyderabad is very famous for its pilgrimage importance. Char Minar is situated near the Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad and makes for a divine sight. Every year, the place witnesses the arrival of many tourists (mostly believers) who bow down their heads to heartily show their devoutness to the Almighty.
3. QUTAB SHAHI TOMBS:
Hyderabad is one of those cities which capture the history of India quite precisely. On visiting the Qutab Shahi Tomb, you will know why. The rulers who ruled the reign of Golkonda are said to have this Tomb built in the city of Hyderabad. The tomb clearly depicts the Pathani architecture quite well.
4. MECCA MASJID:
Just around the Char Minar in Hyderabad, you will spot this incredibly beautiful Mecca Masjid in old Hyderabad. You will be very surprised to know that this particular Masjid was built approximately 400 years ago with the Mecca soil which makes it one of the oldest religious monuments or structures of the country.
5. RAMOJI FILM CITY:
If your family consists of lots of kids then hey, good news for you! Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad is a perfect picnic and touristy spot – all thanks to the pop of color that the place brings in. You must know that the place is spread across 200 acres which is quite marvelous.
6. HUSSAIN SAGAR LAKE:
Lakes never disappoint when it comes to spending an alone time with friends and family. Take along your kids, family or friends and of course a picnic basket to have all the Sunday fun at the beautiful Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad.
7. SALARJUNG MUSEUM:
Salarjung Museum is a treasure trove consisting of numerous articles from different eras. The Asafjahi kings of Hyderabad have gathered some of the best articles from around the world over the generations and they have been kept for public view at this place. You may be surprised to know that it may take a whole day to watch all the blocks of the museum in detail.
8. NEHRU ZOOLOGICAL PARK:
It is a wildlife reserve in Hyderabad is vastly spread in 380 acres which is a house to more than 100 species of animals, birds and reptiles. This zoo is one of the most visited places in the country. It also has a wildlife Safari as well. It is next to Mir Alam tank which occupies around 600 acres of space.
9. BIRLA MANDIR:
Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple built on a hillock named Naubat Pahad, which is around 230 feet high. The temple is built on a plot of 13 acres. It is completely constructed with marble and it is a tribute to the Lord Balaji from the industrial family of Birlas. It has beautiful architecture carved in marble. It took 10 years to construct this masterpiece.
10. BIGGEST BAOBAB – THE CAVE OF 40 THIEVES:
We believe that you must have heard the famous story of “Ali Baba and 40 thieves” in your childhood. Will you be excited to know that Hyderabad has a hideout in which the 40 thieves of Ali Baba used to hide?