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Lot of places in the city of nawabs - Golconda fort Charminar salar Jung Museum Lumbini and NTR garden Necklace road Birla temple Falaknuma Palace If you are a foodie Dosa at ram ki bandi Irani chai at nimrah ice cream at famous ice cream biryani and double ka meetha at shah gouse South Indian thali at rayalseema ruchulu Momo's at Katmandu Momos chat at Gokul chat let me know if you need more info ...happy travel
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Please avoid charminar total wastage of time most filthiest location dirty and have nothing to show us. go to museum chowmahallah palace, take a palace tour at taj falaknuma palace golkonda fort
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Hey sushmita, Places to visit in Hyderabad are :- Nehru zoological park Charminar Salarjung museum Ramoji rav film city Hussain sagar lake necklace road chowmahalla palace Golkonda fort Mecca masjid Happy Travelling!!!
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Golconda fort Tank bunk Birla Mandir Charminar Nehru zoological park street food near Charminar is awesome during ramzam
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Golkonda fort, Lumbini park, laser show, Birla Temple, AFGAN church, hi tech city, Priyadarshini park
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Hi sushmitha.... The land of Nizams and Hyderabadi Biryanis, Hyderabad the newly reinstated capital of two states stands to charm with its treasure trove of gorgeous historic structures. Apart from these historical places, there are several newer places to visit in Hyderabad. The Charminar’s astonishing architecture enhances the beauty of the grand Mecca Masjid from afar while the Qutub Shahi Tombs overlook the marvellous Golconda Fort. When history becomes a tad too much to take in, go sailing at the vast Hussain Sagar Lake or relive your best film moments at the Ramoji Film City. But if food is on your mind then don’t miss out on the Necklace Road for some scrumptious Hyderabadi dishes. Hyderabad, one of the busiest and most important city of India is also a tourist delight with a plethora of places to visit in Hyderabad. Attracting lacs of visitors throughout the year for its unique heritage, monuments, food and amazing culture, Hyderabad is definitely a must-visit place in India. Here is a list of 10 places to visit in Hyderabad. 1. Golconda Fort: One of the places to visit in Hyderabad  Golconda Fort (Source) One of the oldest and most famous forts in India, Golconda was first founded around 1143 AD in the Kakatiya Dynasty; originally a mud fort was later built by the Qutub Shahi kings to the present structure. It served as a popular seat of power for the rulers for a long time until Aurangzeb declared siege and eventually took over the Fort. One of the marvels of Hyderabad’s history, this fort is still well known for its incredible acoustic effects which are considered to be an architectural marvel way ahead of its time. Located close to Hyderabad, this is a must-visit attraction for anyone visiting the city. 2. Qutub Shahi Tombs  Qutub Shahi Tombs (Source) A testament to the architectural brilliance of the Qutub Shahi artists, displaying the styles of Hindu, Persian and Pathan forms of architecture marked by the distinct use of minarets, domes and arches. The tombs are dedicated to the seven Qutub Shahi Kings who ruled Golconda for more than 150 years. Adding more beauty to this picturesquemonument is its placement right in the middle of the sprawling gardens of Ibrahim Bagh. 3. Mecca Masjid  Mecca Masjid (Source) The largest mosque of India and the oldest in Hyderabad, Mecca Masjid is also considered one of the holiest sites of the Islamic faith. Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah specially bought the sand from Mecca – the holiest pilgrim of Islam, to make bricks that were used to build this mosque. It was this structure that formed the centre around which Hyderabad was planned under his reign. The Minarets on all four sides holding distinctive large domes with arched viewing gallery shows a panoramic view of the city. Tombs of the Nizam and his family are placed in canopied houses in the courtyard. Add this beautiful, holy place to your list of places to visit in Hyderabad. 4. Salar Jung Museum  Salar Jung Museum (Source) The third largest National museum in India, ithouses the biggest one man’s collection of antiques in the world. Former Prime Minister of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad, Nawab Mir Yusuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III, for over thirty-five years spent a large amount of his income to acquire this envious collection of priceless antiques. Some of its displays include, Aurangzeb’s sword, Tipu Sultan’s wardrobe, numerous different handwritten copies of the Quran, furniture from Egypt, paintings, sculptures, etc form a large part of the collection. Definitely the most important monument in Hyderabad for museum lovers. 5. Charminar: Hyderabad’s identity  Charminar (Source) Easily one of the most recognised structures in India, Charminar is for Hyderabad what Taj Mahal is for Agra. A visit to Hyderabad is incomplete if you don’t see Charminar. It is a monument and a mosque, built by the Qutub Shah in 1591 CE to mark the eradication of plague, for which he prayed at the same spot and vowed to build a mosque there. This structure overlooks the Mecca Masjid and the famous Laad Bazaar is situated around it. Char Minar has been the face of Hyderabad since a long time and if you are planning a trip to Hyderabad, make sure that this is on top on your itinerary. 6. Birla Temple  Birla Temple (Source) Built with pure white marble, Birla Temple is a hindu temple depicting Dravidian, Rajasthani and Utkala architecture, on a 280 feet high hillock. The construction initiated by the Birla foundation in 1966 and took almost 10 years to complete has now formed part of the latest addition to Hyderabad’s cultural structures. Birla Temple is one of the most important Hindu temples in Hyderabad and is frequented by pilgrims throughout the year. One of the auspicious places to visit in Hyderabad for the Hindus, this grand temple houses the shrines of Lord Venkateswara accompanied by Shiva, Shakti, Ganesh, Hanuman and Brahma among others. 7. Chowmahalla Palace  Chowmahalla (Source) Loca
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Hi Sushmita, Check this page: https://www.tripoto.com/places-to-visit/in-hyderabad for more info
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Some of the best places to visit in Hyderabad are - Charminar Golkonda Ramoji Film City Chowmahalla Palace Salar Jung Museum Nehru Zoological Park Snow World Qutb Shahi tombs Birla Science Museum Nizam Museum Purani Haveli
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Salarjung museum chowmalla palace Golconda fort must visit there is nothing much in lumbini garden n mostly it is overcrowded( no idea why) on your way from salarjung to chowmalla, we will see the charminar. falaknuma palace is closed for visitors now. if u can have an extra day, do visit nagarjuna sagar dam. its 300 km from Hyderabad but very beautiful place
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Hello Sushmita, i am from hyderabad only, my suggestions for you, Shiparamam Tank bund Golkonda Fort, Charminar, Necklace Road, Happy Exploring
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You can check out Chowmahalla palace, golconda fort and salarjung museum if interested in knowing about history
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Golconda fort charminar lumbini park ntr gardens
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Hi Shushmita, Please check the below placeas: Charminar Golconda Fort Salar Jung Museum Hussain Sagar Chowmahalla Palace Birla Mandir Qutb Shahi Tombs Ramoji Film City Nehru Zoological Park Lumbini Park Shilparamam Snow World Happy Travelling! Thanks, Yasmin
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Sanghi temple Ramoji film City Charminar Golconda fort Chilukur Balaji temple Birla mandir Tank bund surroundings Koti for shopping Etc......
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Golconda fort Charminar Ramoji film City Birla Mandir tank bund salarjung museum shilparamam
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There are lot of places like Char Minar, Golconda fort etc. and these would be suggested by many. But here is one place I would like to suggest as a must visit place. It is known as World's largest film studio complex Ramoji Film city. You may like to know about this place from my own experience of exploring and staying inside the complex here 👉 http://traxplorers.com/city-of-pearls-hyderabad/
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Dear fellow traveler, follow the link below. This will help you out. https://www.holidify.com/places/hyderabad/sightseeing-and-things-to-do.html
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Hyderabad - it's a wonderful city.... You can roam 24/7 nothing to worry,, sightseeing ramoji film city, chilukuru balaji Temple, salarjing museum, charminar, golkonda Fort, shilparaamam, birlamandhir, tankbund, IT parks, and most popular is food hyderabadi biryani, haleem. International Airport So many things is there,
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