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Hyderabad Tour Packages

Infused in Indian especially Mughal history, the city of Hyderabad is a culturally vibrant city in Southern India which is constantly buzzing with people from all walks of life. The Old part of the city has retained its charm till date giving the entire city a good mix of cosmopolitanism. Some of the country’s finest Mughal inspired architecture can be spotted in the olden part of the city where you can also explore the lanes filled with Chai shops with beautiful aromas emanating from it and the starling contrast of the smell from masalas from the spice merchants! In short, the olden part of the city is a treat to your senses in every way possible. Although you may want to spend a large part of your time in this part of the city, we strongly suggest a visit to the stunning Golconda Fort during the early evenings so that you can walk around the gardens of the fort and admire its beauty when sun light is still out and when the dusk kicks in you can enjoy the lovely and informative sound and light show at the Fort which is a part of all best tour packages for Hyderabad.

The other modern and chic part of Hyderabad is poles apart from its older counterpart and is also called ‘Cyberabad’ due to the fact that some of the biggest multinational organizations have set up their Indian Headquarters in this part of town called Hi-tech City. The other glitzy districts are the Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills which are brimmed with luxury multiplexes, Shopping malls with all the international brands present, clubs and pubs and many fine-dining restaurants.

The Telangana region and especially Hyderabad is famous for its unique cuisines which have been inspired from various cultures. this is because, this city was once upon a time the capital for the Telugus, Muslims, Kannadigas and the Marathi’s as well which have contributed to this unique blend of culinary delights and eating patterns. Dishes such as Dum Biryani, Hyderabadi Special Biryani, Qubani Ka Meetha, Sakinaalu, Irani Chai and Sarva Pindi are a result of this cross-culture influences which are specialty dishes one must try as a part of Hyderabad Tourism.

The city has enough to entertain all age groups, hence Hyderabad tour packages offer many packages for families as well. Let us have a look at the best places to visit in Hyderabad while on Hyderabad tour packages.

Here is what some of the best tour packages for Hyderabad will include in your itineraries;

● Golconda Fort
The Golconda Fort is considered as the Jewel on the crown for Hyderabad holiday packages. Situated at the western part of the town and constructed in the 16th century this fort was built at an altitude of 120-metre-high hill made of granite and is totally 11 kilometres long. From the top of the fort you can view the stunning foothills of the Deccan plateau and the old city of Hyderabad.

● Charminar
The prime landmark of Hyderabad is the Charminar which was constructed by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in the year 1951. It was built to commemorate the origin of the city of Hyderabad and to celebrate the ending of Golconda’s water shortage epidemic. This structure is 56 meters high and has four gigantic columns with minarets on top of each column and that is how its name is derived – Charminar which means ‘four minarets. Although this monument is encompassed with busy traffic and full of people walking around which may make it a less rewarding visit, it still is a remarkable sight!

● Lamakaan
The Lamakaan is an open theatre where plays, musical events, films, exhibitions, and organic markets are hosted. There is an amazing Irani café here which sells hot beverages and delicious snacks with free Wi-Fi. This is a non-commercial cultural space which is a great visit if you love to explore the art and heritage of a place while on vacation.

● Salar Jung Museum
The Salar Jung Museum is an exhibition of which is passionate project of Mir Yousuf Ali Khan who was the grand vizier to the Nizam in the 7th order. There are around 39 galleries in this museum which include South Indian wood, stone and bronze sculptures, European fine art, Indian miniature paintings, historical manuscripts and also a room of Jade. The entrance ticket for foreign tourists are quite high. Located near Bedlam, this museum is quite popular among tourists. This museum is listed in almost all Hyderabad tour packages.

● Birla Mandir
The Birla Mandir in Hyderabad, just like its counterparts around the country, is built with white Rajasthani marble and was constructed in the year 1976 on Kalapahad overlooking the Hussain Sagar lake. This temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, this temple is quite popular as a Hindu worship centre. You can view a beautiful sunset from atop this temple which also provides a stunning view of the city amidst a calm environment. There is a big statue of Lord Venkateshwara made out of granite along with several other statues of gods. The temple premises are extremely accommodative and Disabled friendly.

● Mecca Masjid
The Mecca Mosque is one of the largest mosque in the world with around ten thousand devotees praying during the festive seasons. It is also one of the city’s oldest buildings whose construction began in the year 1617 by the founder of Hyderabad Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah. No women are allowed to enter the main prayer hall, and even male tourists aren’t allowed to enter, however you can look through the railings. Women are required to wear decent clothing which fully covers the body along with headscarves to enter the mosque premises.

● Chowmahalla Palace
The chowmahalla Palace is an opulent 18th century palace which has been the prime residence of the Nizams. This compound has got several grand buildings along with four courtyards with a garden each. The most dazzling part of the palace is the stunning Durbar where the Nizams are said to have conducted ceremonies under the magnificently enormous chandeliers made of Belgian crystal. The rooms in the palace are now historical exhibits of arts, crafts and the Nizam’s private possessions. There is a collection of the most priceless collections of Vintage cars and carriages in the southern courtyard which includes the 1911 model of yellow Rolls-Royce and the 1937 Buick convertible model.

● HEH the Nizam’s Museum
The Nizams Museum which was earlier the Purani Haveli was home to the 6th Nizam Mahbub Ali Khan until his death. It was said that he never wore the same outfit twice! In proof of this rumour, you can find 54 metres long and a two-storey wardrobe made out of Burmese Teak. Most of the exhibits in the museum is devoted to the belongings of the 7th Nizam Osman Ali Khan which includes a silver cradle, silver jubilee gifts and a gold polished throne. This museum is worth a visit if you would love to learn more about this city’s rich past.

● Buddha Statue and Hussain Sagar Lake
Standing majestically on a pedestal in the Hussain Sagar lake is this stone statue of Buddha standing tall at 18 metres height. Dalai Lama is said to have blessed this monument in the year 2006. This statue is illuminated and is a beautiful sight at night surrounded by the man-made Hussain Sagar lake created by Qutb Shah. You can reach the pedestal from the lake shore through boats which frequent every 30 minutes and there are also water sport activities that you can take part in on the lake. You can have a great view of the statue from the tank bund road promenade on the eastern side of the lake.

● Ramoji Film City
It is a well-known fact that the Telugu movie industry “Tollywood” is a massive industry and their movies are nothing short of grandeur, so is this Ramoji Film City on the outskirts of Hyderabad where most of the TV shows and films in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi languages are shot. You can obtain a day pass which also includes a complete bus tour of the 6.7 square kilometre property, many different shows and the fun rides. No Hyderabad holiday Packages is complete without a trip to Ramoji Film City. Also, it is definitely a must visit if you are a huge movie buff! If you are lucky enough, you might even see an ongoing shooting spot!

● Sudha Cars Museum
Sudha Cars Museum is a place where you can let your creativity loose and enjoy the unique creations of cars and bikes by an auto-enthusiast named K. Sudhakar. Some of the designs in which you can find cars and bike are computer, lipstick, cricket bat, hamburger and even a potty! The best part is that they are all fully functional! If you are travelling with kids do make it a point to visit this museum as they will a have wonderful time seeing the differently shaped vehicles. This museum will not be mentioned in most Hyderabad tour packages so ensure you add it to your must-visit list.

● NTR Gardens
The NTR Garden were built in memory of the famous celebrity and popular chief minister of the state N T Rama Rao. Spanning over 36 acres, this garden has a lot of entertainment for adults as well as kids such as the Japanese Gardens, fountains, Boats rides, children’s play area, mini train which takes the visitors around the garden, and the recently launched Desert Garden inside the NTR Gardens.

Hyderabad is a famous holiday destination in south India tour packages and hence there are many cheapest city tour packages that are offered as per your interests and budget.

Also, there is wide range of good hotels & resorts in Hyderabad for visitors where tourist can feel the comfort of home.

Our experts are in the process of compiling the best packages for you.
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Hyderabad Packages FAQs

Q. What is the best time to visit Hyderabad?
A. There are ample Hyderabad packages that offer you a holiday opportunity at any time of the year. But it is imperative to know the weather conditions of the city to plan a trip there. Hyderabad summers that last between May and July are extremely scorching, and it is better to skip these months for your travel. The monsoon season kicks off from August and stays until October bringing in moderate to heavy showers, often putting a spanner in your sightseeing plans. Choose the colder months of November, December and January, and even February when the weather is pleasant and perfect to explore the old quarter of the city on foot among other sites.


Q. What is the local mode of transport in Hyderabad?
A. As you sift through Hyderabad tour packages, you need to be mindful of the easier and faster ways of getting around in the city. You can opt for a train, bus, metro, auto-rickshaw and taxi for your travels within the city. But beware of the heavy traffic snarls the city gets caught in on a day-to-day basis. The rapid transit metro system of Hyderabad deemed the second largest only after New Delhi has cut back the congestion on the streets greatly. Aside from a Hyderabad Airport Metro Express, there are three other lines - Miyapur to LB Nagar, JBS to Falaknuma, Nagole to Raidurg - that are up and running. Even the bus service in Hyderabad is quite reliable and economical. The metered auto-rickshaw of Hyderabad is cheaper than the other metro cities of the country. Add to it the MMTS or the suburban rail system that connects various important junctions of the city with each other. Else download the Ridlr app and get going.


Q. What international destinations are connected with a direct flight to Hyderabad?
A. The knowledge of non-stop flight connectivity from various international destinations to the Nizam’s city is important if you are looking up Hyderabad travel packages. The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport of Hyderabad enjoys direct flights to Sharjah, Dubai, Singapore, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Riyadh, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Colombo, Hong Kong, Muscat, Bangkok, and London. Some of the popular international airlines operating out of Hyderabad include British Airways, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Sri Lankan Airlines, Qatar Airways, Air Arabia, Cathay Pacific, Etihad Airways, Fly Dubai, Gulf Air, Malaysia Airlines, Jazeera Airways, Oman Air among others.


Q. What are the attractions in Hyderabad Old City?
A. The historic Old City of Hyderabad is replete with gems from Islamic India. On a day out exploring its architectural specimens and rambling bazaars, you need to round up the ubiquitous Charminar with its four minarets looming over the city’s skyline, the Lad Bazaar known for its spice merchants and glass bangle sellers, the Golconda Fort, the former capital of the Quli Qutub dynasty, the various Quli Qutub tombs, the iconic Salarjung Museum and the Chowmahalla Palace among others.


Q. How much time do I need to spend at Hyderabad’s Charminar and Lad Bazaar?
A. The Charminar in Old City is a result of the Quli Qutub kings moving their capital from Golconda to Hyderabad city owing to an acute water crisis in the 16th century. The four minarets of the still functional mosque of Charminar are not just raved about for their architectural detailing but some fascinating folklore too. Open between 09:30 am and 05:30 pm, the view of the old Hyderabad city and its skyline from the minaret balconies is outstanding. Keep a couple of hours to browse this iconic structure before winding up at an Irani chai joint in the Lad Bazaar and topping it up with a spot of shopping. The jewellers, the bangle-sellers, the spice merchants are the ones to look out for here.


Q. How do I reach the Golconda Fort in Hyderabad?
A. About 11 kilometre from the Hyderabad city centre, the Golconda Fort is quite well-connected to the rest of the city. You can take the metro and get off at the Peddamma Temple Metro Station which is the nearest metro station to the Golconda Fort. Even the Jubilee Hills Check Post metro station is quite close to the landmark. From the metro station, you can hire an auto-rickshaw or hail a taxi to get to the fort. From the metro station it takes about 20 minutes to reach the fort entrance. You also have the option of taking a bus; either the 119, 66G or 65G from the Nampally Station and Charminar respectively. Else you can always hire a taxi and arrive straight at your destination.


Q. What is there to see at the Salarjung Museum, Hyderabad?
A. A museum that was originally a part of a private collection of the Salar Jung family was later opened to public after the death of Salar Jung III in 1951. With some of the most exquisite range of sculptures, pottery, rugs, woodwork, paintings, manuscripts, carvings, textiles, and metallic artifact from all over the world; from Japan, India, Persia, Europe, North America, Egypt, Nepal, China, Burma among others. It isn’t without a reason that the museum is deemed one of the largest in the world. The museum is also noted for its collection of Quran in different fonts with some written in gold and silver.


Q. What are Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad known for?
A. Some of Hyderabad’s coolest rooftop venues, lively lounges and ambient bars and restaurants are centered around the leafy neighbourhood of Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills. Biryaniwalla & Co, Rajdhani Thali, Gourmet Baklava, Haiku, Chef Imam’s Steakhouse, Coco’s Bar & Grill, Euphoria, Burgasm are some of the places that warrant a visit in Banjara Hills. And some of Jubilee Hills’ dining out options include The Devil’s Cut, Loft, Farzi Cafe, Fat Pigeon, Dirty Martini, China Bistro, Soda Bottle Opener Wala, AB’s to name a few.


Q. How to reach Cyberabad from the Hyderabad airport?
A. There are air-conditioned electric buses by the Telengana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) called Pushpak Airport Liner that are a fleet of comfortable Volvo coaches operating from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport to the Hi-Tech City or Cyberabad. A taxi from the airport will take around 50 minutes to cover the 33-odd kilometre to Hi-Tech City. Within that the 12-kilometre stretch of the PV Narasimha Rao Expressway connecting the Hyderabad airport to Mehdipatnam is a breeze to drive upon and really cuts down your journey time.


Q. What is Gachibowli in Hyderabad known for?
A. A suburb in Hyderabad about 5 kilometre from the IT hub called Hi-Tech City or Cyberabad, Gachibowli is quite a real estate magnet. What with some of the city’s most prominent hotels situated in this neighbourhood. Many a business traveller are known to stay at a hotel here and access Hi-Tech City on a regular basis. Fisherman Wharf, Radisson, The Lemon Tree, Hyatt, Fairfield by Marriott, The Pearl Inn, Sheraton are some of the popular hotels based out of Gachibowli. Gachibowli is connected to the airport in Shamshabad through the Outer-Ring Road.

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