Hyderabad Tourist Places

Hyderabad Tourist Places

Hyderabad which is also known as the old city of Nizam offers a uniquely refreshing experience for all tourists. This city follows all the old traditions and cultures, amazing food, and spectacular sites by which this city is often known as New York of India.

It is located on the banks of the Musi river which was established in 1591 CE by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shahies.

Hyderabad is a place worth visiting at least once in a lifetime. There are many tourist places to visit in Hyderabad from families, and young groups of friends to senior citizens everyone will find something of interest in Hyderabad.

Some of the interesting tourist attractions of Pearl city are:


It was constructed in the year 1591 by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in the honor of his wife Bhagamati. It is located in Old City. It stands in the middle of the Hyderabad main bazar. It is also referred to as the Arc de Triomphe of the East and is adorned with four towers in each corner. Lighting in the evening is quite glamorous and makes for a worth watching site.


Golconda is one of the historical places to visit in Hyderabad. It is famous for its architecture and its history. The fort was originally constructed during the period 13th century by the Yadava dynasty and later it went under the control of the Mughal dynasty. One of the special thing about the fort is if we clap our hands at Fateh Darwaza the sound can be clearly heard at Bala Hissar. The royal palaces and whispering walls are some of its main attractions.


Ramoji film city is said to be one of the haunted destinations in India. It offers something special to everyone and is one of the best places to visit in Hyderabad. It has the Guinness Book record of being the world’s largest film studio. This film city has categories of entertainment defined for different ages, kids’ park, multi-cuisine restaurants, and even a bird park. This destination can be enjoyed over a one-day trip or one could stay back at this holiday destination.


One of the largest man-made lakes in India, Hussain Sagar connects the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad adorning them since 1562. This lake is highlighted by the Buddha statue with 350 tons that sits in the middle of the lake. This is one of the most charmful and relaxing places in Hyderabad. One can enjoy boating to the statue which takes and brings back visitors at regular intervals. The lake is the best to spend time around dusk with pleasant air filling the surroundings.


Birla Mandir is situated at the end of Hussain Sagar at the top of the hill. This beautiful temple is constructed using white marble which offers us a stunning view of the lake and city. The temple has a tall statue of lord Laxmi Narayana with a lotus carved around it. The carvings of the temple depicts Indian mythology. The amazing construction makes us to revisit this place. A tour to Hyderabad is incomplete without a visit to Birla Mandir.


The 300-acre park with over 1500 wildlife was established in the year 1959. We can find lions, royal Bengal tigers, white tigers, rhinoceros, and many more. This park is home to many birds, animals, and reptiles and also encourages the public to adopt wild animals. It contains Jurassic park and also a butterfly park. Visitors can comfortably spend an entire day with the toy train, kids’ park, boating, bicycle rides, and a lot more. The greenery of the park attracts tourists and makes a worth visiting place.

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