Hyderabad: The city of Nizams
What’s special: Golconda Fort, Char Minar, Hussain Sagar, and Salar Jung Museum are the most popular tourist places in Hyderabad.
For a walk through the city’s culture: Religious places in Hyderabad include Birla Mandir, Makkah Masjid, Chilkur Balaji Temple, and Keesaragutta Temple. Shilparamam art-and-craft-village, Telangana State Archaeology Museum, and Nizam Museum present paintings & other artifacts that highlight the city’s rich heritage. Tourists can also take a walk through other Hyderabad attractions, such as Chowmahalla Palace, Qutab Shahi tombs, Maqbara Shams al-Umara, Taramati Baradari, King Kothi Palace and Bagh-e-Aam.
Food in Hyderabad: The city is also a heaven for those who wish to savor the most mouth watering non-vegetarian Indian recipes. And that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any vegetarian dishes.
Vegetarian dishes: Mirchi ka salan, khatti dal, Qabooli pulao, Hyderabadi khichdi, and sheer khurma are some of the vegetarian dishes of Hyderabadi cuisine.
Non-vegetarian dishes: Hyderabadi biryani, dum pukht, Hyderabadi marag, maghaz masala, and gosht pasinde are the most popular Hyderabadi non-vegetarian dishes.
Street food: Keema samosa and lukhmis are some of the dishes of Hyderabad street food that you can enjoy.
How to reach
By air: Rajiv Gandhi International airport located in Shamshabad, 20 km away from the city, is well-connected to several cities in India and other parts of the world.
By rail: Hyderabad Railway Station, Secunderabad Railway Station, and Kachiguda Railway Station are major railheads in the city that connect it major Indian cities like Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai, and Pune.
By road: The city’s bus terminus is well-connected to its neighbouring towns like Aurangabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Tirupati and Panaji.