Places to visit in and around Hyderabad
Places to see in Hyderabad
An Iconic mosque with 4 minarets & arches Iconic 16th-century mosque with 4 grand arches, 48m tall minarets, and views over the Laad Bazaar.
Fortress complex famed for acoustics Capital of a kingdom that flourished from the 14th to 16th century, with 87 semi-circular bastions.
A large Buddha monument rises atop a giant rock in the midst of this heart-shaped, urban lake.
Vast film studio & entertainment complex The world’s largest film studio offering tours live shows, on-site theme park, and adventure zone.
Varied art & antiques from Asia & Europe Former art collection of the Salar Jung family from around the world, now a museum.
Restored palace complex & events venue Persian-style palaces with an opulent Durbar hall in 12-acre grounds open for events and receptions.
A Massive animal park with safari rides Spacious 380-acre zoo featuring tigers, rhinos, elephants & monkeys, plus daily safari rides.
Hilltop white marble Hindu temple Imposing, hilltop Hindu temple built of white marble, with towers, shrines, and interior carvings.
A Lush lakefront park with boat rides Popular park on a lake with gardens, musical fountain shows, a large Buddha statue & boat rides.
Urban reservoir lake & picnic spot Large city reservoir with park-like space popular for picnicking & viewing of sunrises & sunsets.
World wide famous cuisine of Hyderabad
Hyderabadi biryani is generally believed to have originated in the kitchens of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Hyderabadi biryani originated as a blend of Mughlai and Iranian cuisine in the kitchens of the Nizam rulers of the historic Hyderabad State. Hyderabadi biryani is a staple part of Indian cuisine.