Best 13 Places to Visit in Hyderabad

Best 13 Places to Visit in Hyderabad

By | Update Date: April 20, 2021, 08:13 IST

There is no shortage of tourist places in Hyderabad. Apart from the beautiful monuments of the city, the joy of delicious biryani and traditional dishes, Hyderabad has a lot to do with tourists. There are many malls along with a unique old market for those who are fond of shopping. People interested in history can see the magnificent architecture of magnificent mausoleums, castles, forts and mosques spread across the city.

Tourist Sightseeing in Best 13 Places to Visit in Hyderabad

  1. Charminar
  2. Golconda Fort
  3. Ramoji Film City
  4. Sudhakars Museum
  5. Snow World
  6. Falaknuma Palace
  7. Nehru Zoological Park
  8. Hussein Sagar Lake
  9. Shamirpet
  10. Birla Temple Hyderabad
  11. Salarjung Museum
  12. Mecca Masjid
  13. Usman Sagar

Shamirpet

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.

Mecca Masjid

The Mecca Masjid was built around 400 years ago, during the time of Sultan Mohammad Qutub Shah. He was the sixth royal sultan of Hyderabad. About 8 thousand laborers were engaged in the construction of this mosque. Mohammad Qutub Shah personally laid the foundation stone of this mosque.

Salarjung Museum

It was built in 1951. In this museum, objects are kept during the time of Salar Jung III. The museum is classified as Indian art, European art, Middle East art, Far Eastern art and a section for children. Antiques from different parts of the world have been kept in this museum. Indian sculptures, brass sculptures, Persian carpets, porcelain, jade carvings, wood carvings etc. can be seen here.

Birla Temple Hyderabad

The Birla Temple is located in the Kala Pahadi in the last south of Hussain Sagar. This beautiful temple is constructed with white Marvel stones. The structure of this temple will resemble the South Indian and Aryan temples. Standing in this temple built in the hill, you can see the beauty of the lake, as well as the whole city is seen from here, which you will feel the pleasure of seeing. There is an idol of Lord Venkateswara in the temple. This statue is a replica of the statue of Tirumala Tirupati. There is a Birla Science Museum near this temple.

Nehru Zoological Park

Spread over 300 acres in Bahadurpur, Hyderabad, this park has more than 1500 animals. It was established in the year 1959 and inaugurated in 1963. Here you will find many animals like lion, royal Bengal tiger, white tiger, rhinoceros etc. Indian cobras, star tortoises and large giant tortoises are also seen here. Elephant rides can also be done here. Apart from this, there is also Lion Safari Park, Train for Children and Museum of Natural History.

Sudhakars Museum

In this unique museum, sizeable cars have been displayed in different forms. It is the brainchild of Sudhakar of the museum, whose name is the Guinness Book record of making the largest tricycle. You can see their comical imagination in different shapes of their car, where cars have been transformed into burgers, high Ad shoes, bags, cameras and computers. All these vehicles have been made from scrap by Sudhatax, which can also be run at a very low speed.

Charminar

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.

Hussein Sagar Lake

It is Asias largest man-made lake. It is located just 2 kilometers away from the city centre. It connects the cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, called the Twin Cities. The excavation of this lake was started during the period of Ibrahim Coolie Qutub Shah in 1562 AD. In the heart of the lake is the Buddha statue, which is 16 metres high. The lake has ferry bihar facility. The lake also has water sports like cruise, skiing, para sailing, etc. There is more space around this lake. It has NTR Garden, Sanjeeva Park, Lumbini Park, which has a large big enjoy.

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.

Usman Sagar

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.

Snow World

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.

Falaknuma Palace

One of the finest palaces in the country, Falaknuma Palace is categorized. Falaknuma Palace is just 5 km from Charminar. Falaknuma means like sky in Hindi. This palace was built by Nawab Waqar Ul Omar, who was the Prime Minister of Hyderabad. And it took a full 9 years to build. The palace was designed by Sir Biker, an English craftsman. He used the palace as his residence until sometime after it was built. Later in 1897-98 it was handed over to the Nizam of Hyderabad. Spread over an area of ​​32 acres, the property is a rare blend of Italian and Tudor architecture. Stained glass windows throw a spectrum of color into the rooms. Green gardens, The majestic architecture and grandeur speak about the rich past of the region. Until 2000, the palace was part of the Nizam familys property which was later handed over to the Taj Hotel. Now he has full responsibility for its maintenance. The palace, which has been converted into a five-star luxury hotel, is spread over 32 acres. During the time of the King-Maharajas, there used to be a public court here. At the same time, this palace is also a witness to the magnificent celebrations that took place at that time. The palace has a total of 22 halls and 60 rooms. The dining hall of the world is the largest dining hall in the world, in which 101 people can sit and eat together. The workmanship inside the palace is so magnificent that you will only guess after coming here. The walls of the palace are decorated with brocades, while the marbles used in it are Italian. The palace has a 101-seater dining hall, which is considered to be the largest in the world.

Golconda Fort

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.

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