Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Top places to visit in the "city of pearls" - Hyderabad

Capital town of Telangana (new) and the states of Andhra Pradesh, the lively Hyderabad has become the fifth largest cosmopolitan city in India and the fourth populated modern wave. He was appointed as the "city of pearls" because it is the headquarters for finding pearls and diamonds in India.
Located on the banks of the Musi River, the city was cut off by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah, the head of the medieval city of Golconda Sultanate, in 1591, Asif Jah I rocked Hyderabad away from Mughal control in 1724 and therefore the power of the Asif Jahi dynasty, also known as the Nizams of Hyderabad.
With royal roots and rich cultural history, it has always been a laid-back style "Nawabi" to live in total relaxation and brilliant life around. Indian city of pearls is now famous as much for its status as capital of computers for its impressive sites like Charminar, Golconda Fort.
Yet for a truly exclusive experience in the city, we bring you the selection handpicked special survey activities on travel that you should visit during your stay in Hyderabad.

Ramoji Film City
Located on a 1,666 acre area, Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad is the best city of world cinema and a dream destination for relaxation and entertainment. There is also an amusement park and is a great production house some of the best talent in India with many films in different language films and several television commercials and series release here every year.

Salarjung Museum:
From the private collection of premier Nizam Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salarjung Museum emerged for the preservation of world-class antiques and paintings in India across the globe. Today, the museum is known for its fascinating exhibits and collection including more than 43,000 paintings, 47,000 books and 9,000 holograms and a lot of Indian art.

Qutub Shahi Tombs:
The famous Golconda Fort is surrounded by the Qutub Shahi Tombs who planned and built by Qutub Shahis themselves. A large group of tombs is located on a raised platform and is the oldest monument in Hyderabad.

Golconda Fort:
Golconda or kondais Golla is the most important historical site built by Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah Wali. It is located 11 km west of Hyderabad. The Golconda Fort is a unique interconnection of four different and known for its magical acoustic system strong.

First Flow around India:
First registration of runner-India costing about Rs. 475 for one hour. You will enjoy every minute of the last Flow-runner Leonia and learn new tricks on the body board, a mix of the 21st century surfing, snowboarding, skateboarding and wakeboarding. The new sport is exciting to drive and exciting to watch. Research has also shown that the FlowRider is a great stress buster and also a calorie burner.

Hyderabad has all the colors of life of multi-cuisines, sumptuous hotels mouthwatering delicacies and majestic monuments, very inspiring places that will spice up your life. A great place to connect to all this is the United States 21, Hyderabad, highly recommended as one of the best budget hotels in Hyderabad that suits the needs of the city for budget accommodations whether for business or recreation. It is also a special place to all the pleasures and password in Hyderabad and Secunderabad twin cities.


  1. I am a tourist and I always in a try to know something new and explore it and shares to others. I have visited India when I was just 10 year old with my parents.At this time I have no awareness but now after visiting your blog I remembers the past time. Now, I have a plan to enjoy the suggested spots before my grand canyon bus tours . Any instruction for my visit would be much regarded there.


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