The Warangal Fort is one of the historical heritage sites of India. The fortification of this fort built in the 13th century is unmatched. According to the history, many attacks were made on this fort, but due to its strength, this fort is still in existence today. This fort is open from 9 am to 8 pm every day for tourists to see. Those interested in history must go here.
Medak Fort is one of the famous tourist destinations of Telangana. It is located 2.3 km from Medak bus station and 95 km from Hyderabad. It is one of the most important historical places of Telangana. It is a huge architecture which is situated atop a hill and one has to climb 500 stairs to reach it. This fort is a mixture of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles. At the entrance you will find a Kakatiya people double-headed Gandabherundam. However, the splendor of the fort is not as it was before, as it is now in ruins state. From the top of the fort, one can get a nice picturesque view of the city and its surrounding areas.
Located just 11 km from the city of Hyderabad, Golconda is a ruins fort. The entire complex has four forts, eight gates and a large number of temples, mosques and stables. With walls of 17 to 34 feet broken by 87 semi-circular bastions, reaching a height of some 60 feet, and built on a granite hill 400 feet high, it remains one of the most magnificent fort complexes in India. The entire fort is spread over 11 km. Today, even after nearly 800 years, The fort is still one of the greatest architectural wonders of Hyderabad. It is known for its grandeur and beautiful structure. This fort was built by the king of Warangal in the 14th century. Later it passed into the hands of the Bahmani kings and came to be known as Muhammadnagar. 1512 AD It came under the authority of the Qutb Shahi kings. Then 1687 AD. In this Aurangzeb won it. Built on a granite hill, this fort has a total of eight doors. It is surrounded by a three-mile-long strong wall of stone. The Musi river flows to the south of it. About half a mile north of the fort is the granite stone mausoleum of the Qutb Shahi kings, which still exist in broken condition. Even today, the gathering of thousands of tourists can be seen here.