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Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh

(Goa, Kerala & South India)

The capital city of the newly formed stat of Telangana in South India, Hyderabad is a thriving city best known for its thriving IT scene. Historically speaking, this city offers some charming amalgamations of Islamic culture as well as South India Hindu Culture.


The capital city of the newly formed stat of Telangana in South India, Hyderabad is a thriving city best known for its thriving IT scene. Historically speaking, this city offers some charming amalgamations of Islamic culture as well as South India Hindu Culture.

The City of the Nawabs
Home to the Falakhnuma Palace and structures that are reminiscent of the Nawab rule that once existed here, this bustling city offers a great many dimensions for the quintessential tourist. Today, the city is also often lovingly referred to as the City of Pearls and the City of Biryani. The Old City of Hyderabad is where you will be able to explore most of its architectural treasures including the famous Char Minar and the Mecca Masjid.

Hyderabadi Biryani
Cooked to perfection, the Hyderabadi Biryani is famous all over the country and among Indian food lovers around the world. It is known that it takes about 8 hours to cook this rice dish to perfection and is a must try to food lovers visiting this city. Make sure you take the right recommendations for places to try this delectable rice dish.

The Charminar Precinct walk

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad’s claim to fame, the Charminar was built in 1591 as a mosque. The monument and its surrounds are synonymous with Hyderabad and are famous around the world. Walking in the vicinity, one can explore the major monuments in the precinct and get a glimpse into the life and times of Hyderabad from the Qutb Shahi period to the Nizams and beyond.

Walking Tours
History and Culture

Pricing: $ 34 per person for minimum 2 participants.

Mahankali Temple and Bazaar Walk

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

The General Bazaar in the neighbourhood of Kalasiguda was created in the early 1800s soon after the establishment of Hyderabad’s twin city Secunderabad. It is predominantly a Hindu precinct, which is unfrequented by tourists, giving one the perfect opportunity to “shop like a local.”

Walking Tours
History and Culture

Pricing: $ 24 per person for minimum 2 participants.

Food Walk through the Mir Alam Market area

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad’s varied and diverse cuisines, with influences from fiery south Indian Andhra cooking as well as aromatic Mughlai-influenced dishes are celebrated the world over. Illustrious amongst these are the dum biryani, biscuits, nihari, etc. Get introduced to Hyderabad’s foodie secrets and savour the best street food on this tour.

Culinary Experience
Walking Tours

Pricing: $ 23 per person for minimum 2 participants.

Ramoji Film City

Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Acknowledged by the Guinees Book of World Records as the largest Film Studio in the World, the Ramoji Film City (RFC) in Hyderabad is virtually a magical world. Aligned with the best Hollywood film studios, the Ramoji Film City is an enchanting alliance creation of famous magician P.C. Sorkar and Vishwakarma, the God of Architecture and Engineering. It is a choice of every filmmaker due to its top-notch facilities which include single window, Press-button facility, etc.

History and Culture

Pricing: $ 38 per person for minimum 2 participants.

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