Best time to visit9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Open hours9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
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BudgetRs 900 for adults' general guided tour, Rs 800 for children (3-12 years) general guided tours, Rs 1900 for adults' star rated guided tour with food, Rs 1600 for children (3-12 years) star rated guided tour with food.
Best MonthsAll year
Rank4 out of 217 attractions in Hyderabad
Established in the year 1996 by the Indian filmmaker and producer Ramoji Rao, this film city also features in the list of the Guiness Book of World Records. This is the largest integrated film city of the country and is extremely well equipped. It is like a mini world inside this place with artificial houses, amusement parks, waterfalls, water bodies, markets and so much more. It is at present also a tourist attraction and recreation center which cannot just be missed on a trip to Hyderabad.
Reviews • 5
After the light and sound show we went back and had dinner at Tolichowki at Four Seasons restaurant followed by amazing array of desserts at nice Juice Centre. This pretty much sums up Day 2.We slept in the early as we had a visit to Ramoji Film City planned the following morning. You can read all about it here.
The second day of our trip was a full day spent at Ramoji film city. It was a full day trip, from 8am (when we started) to 9pm (returned back to hotel) !! In all it was a wonderful e
Apart from the historic monuments and museums, the city also has many fun things to do. How can anyone forget about the Ramoji Film City while talking about Hyderabad! Don’t think it is necessary to explain about it, because the name itself explains.
We then left for our friend’s flat in Dilshuk Nagar and got ready for a day filled with activity. Ramoji Film City was voted the first place to be visited. It is situated at quite a distance from Dilshuk Nagar and we hard two cars ready for travel. Our host, Akhila’s parents were also eager to join us for the trip.On reaching Ramoji Film city, we purchased our tickets and as soon as we entered, we were told to board a bus that would take us around this vast area where film shootings took place. There were dummy railway stations, palaces, trains, airports and a whole array of country sets like London, America etc. There were also performers who were dancing and singing merrily in the middle of a huge courtyard. There was a lane that was solely dedicated to the Cowboy theme and one to caves and sculptures. There were sprawling gardens with bonsai plantations and beautiful flowers. The whole area took us a day to explore and a very tired group left back home.
An enormous area which is one of a kind in the whole of India. A film city renowned for shootings and sight-seeing spots. Must visit if you are at Hyderabad.