In this man-made lake, you can see the delectable sixth of nature. This beautiful lake was built at the time of Nizam. There is also a garden of deer here, where you will be able to see large amounts of deer as well as many types of birds are also found here. It is a very good place for a picnic, where there is a beautiful view of nature as well as good accommodation. You can have fun here with your whole family.
It is one of the best tourist destinations in Telangana. The place is just 79 km from Hyderabad. The forests of Anantagiri are famous for the Anant Padmanabha Swamy Temple built 400 years ago by the Nizam Nawab. A little away from the temple is a lake surrounded by many ruined structures and the temple of Lord Shiva. The main temple of Anantagiri is built around a cave. The condition of this place is being improved to attract more tourists. Trekking is also available for adventure lovers. You will find more exit points near Anantagiri, which you can reach on time.
Osman Sagar was built in 1920 in the Musi River, so that the people of Hyderabad can get drinking water, as well as to save the people from the flood. In 1908, there was a major flood disaster in the city of Hyderabad, in which many lives were lost. It was built during the reign of Osman Ali Khan, the last Nizam of Hyderabad, so the lake was named after him. There are amusement parks, resort etc. which people go to see. Today, this lake is only a source of entertainment, water is not supplied from it.
The first place in Hyderabad that I miss to visit is Charminar. Just like the Taj Mahal in Agra, the Eiffel Tower in Paris are famous, and there is pride, similarly Charminar is the pride of Hyderabad. It is located in the heart of the city, meanwhile in the middle. This monument was built by Mohammad Quli Qutb in 1591. The architecture of Charminar reflects the Sajia style. The reason behind the construction of the memorial was a deadly epidemic, which took many lives during that period. This memorial was closed to keep people alert. The four towers here are 48.7 meters long. There is also a mosque and 45 prayer spaces inside the Charminar. It is a very crowded area due to being situated in the middle of the city. There is also a market around it, where things can be bought cheaply. Read to know the history of the four minarets of Hyderabad.
It is one of the famous places to visit in Telangana. There are a large number of temples at this place and its religious importance is very high. The place is just 218 km from Hyderabad and 22 km from Kurnool. Alampur is the western gateway to the pilgrimage town Srisailam. The temples that can be seen at this place are the Jogulamba Temple, the Navabrahm Temple and the Sangameshwar Temple. If you are visiting Telangana in winter, then definitely include this place in your itinerary. All the temples here have 7th and 16th century inscriptions. Alampur is situated on the Tungabhadra River and is ruled by several famous dynasties of the Satavahana, Chalukya, Kakatiya, Bahmani Sultan and Vijayanagara kings.
Ramoji Film City
This huge film studio complex located on the outskirts of Hyderabad is proof of love with films of Andhra Pradesh. There are more than 500 different sets in this Disneyland movie, which are used for Hindi, Telugu and other regional films. It has been certified as the world's largest film complex in Guinness World Records.
Tourists can choose different theme-based and age-related tours. For example, Ramoji Movie Magic Tour will take tourists from action studios to a cinema driven journey through a mini train. Ending with amusement park. Here many theme restaurants and shopping outlets fulfill your experience. In this theme park, you can enjoy favorite romantic songs and scenes with your lover. Don't miss the chance to visit this place before you arrive to Hyderabad. It is the largest integrated film city in the world.
The Osman Sea was built in 1920 in the Musi River to provide drinking water to the people of Hyderabad and to save people from floods. In 1908, a major flood disaster occurred in the city of Hyderabad, which killed many lives. It was built during the last Nizam Osman Ali Khans reign in Hyderabad, so the lake was named after him. Here is the recreational park, resort, etc., which people go to see. Today, this lake is just a means of recreation, it does not supply water.
It is considered to be the countrys first theme park, the park has plenty of options for childrens recreation. There is a place to play in the snow, my go rounds, sculptures and snow fall sessions. Rainforest (rainforest) and horror-theme parks, the campus also has racing courses and game arcades.
Shilparamam Cultural Society
This is an excellent government initiative to promote Indian arts and designs. You can find all the hand-made items of different regions.
Built on magnificent hills, this fort is located 11 kilometers from the city center. It was originally constructed by the Kakatsa in the form of a mud fort, during the Qutb Shahi dynasty, it was converted into an impressive fort in the 16th and 17th centuries. In the 17th century, there was a long battle between the Mughal army and Qutb Shahi, which ended with the conquest of the Mughals.
When you come here, definitely check out its magnificent sound system because the voice at the entrance of the fort is heard in the entire fort. The history of Golkonda actually comes alive during the show of sound and light which is held every evening in English, Hindi and Telugu. The dignified tombs of the Qutb Shahi rulers are situated between the beautiful gardens in a separate campus near the Golconda Fort. Early morning or onset evening is the right time to visit here. Make sure to travel to the top of the city if your health allows.