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Hyderabad is the City that is known for its Rich Culture and Tradition. Hyderabad owning its own rich history from its inception of Qutub Shahi dynasty to the occupation of Mughal Empire and the ups and down under the Asaf Jahi dynasty. Hyderabad city has become a house for both culture and linguistic of North and South India. Their culture can be seen through visiting these iconic architectural structures in the city. Hyderabad was historically known as a pearl and diamond trading Centre, and it continues to be known as the "City of Pearls". Many of the city's traditional bazaars remain open, including Laad Bazaar, Begum Bazaar and Sultan Bazaar.

Day 1
Pickup and proceed to below Hyderabad Sightseeing Places including Birla Mandir 2000 tons of white marble from Rajasthan mixed with 10 years of dedicated work of sculptures created this captivating Temple standing on a 280 feet high hill Salar Jung Museum 3rd largest museum in India with 43000 art objects Indian Art Far Eastern Art European Art Middle Eastern Art etc 9000 manuscripts and 47000 printed books spread in 38 galleries Not to be missed Veiled marble statue of Rebecca 19th C British Musical Clock etc Charminar Built in 1591 by Sultan Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in the honour of his wife Bhagmati Also known as known as Arc de Triomphe of the East Mecca Masjid constructed by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah in 1614 one of the largest mosques in the world To see Belgian crystal chandeliers intricately designed arches tombs to Asif shah dynasty Nehru Zoological Park Golconda Fort First built by Kakatiya dynasty later developed by Qutub Shahi Kings Attractions sound and light show in night Water supply system Rahban cannon Ramdas prison You can also view our team created video on Golconda Fort here It would take at least half day here NTR Gardens Ride on a toy train Japanese garden Desert Garden Roaring Cascade Giant Wheel boating car cafes machan Restaurant just a few attractions of NTR Gardens Necklace Road Breathtaking stretch surrounded by three parks a lake and amusement park fine dining restaurants and eateries offering Indian to Chinese You can watch a video on Necklace Road that our very own team created for brief understanding about the place We have also covered few shots about the Lumbini Park in the same video Lumbini Park Lush greenery entertaining rides calm environment all at one place Must watch Laser Show and Musical fountain show in the evenings Boating at Hussain Sagar lake not to be missed

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    • Museum Closed on Friday and Zoo closed on Mondays.
    • Shown from outside only, all entry tickets to be purchased on own
    • The above fare for individual vehicle is limited to 8 hrs & 80 kms. Extra km & Hour for Dzire 13/Rs 125, Innova Rs. 16/Rs 150, Tempo traveller Rs. 20 & 250.
    • All parking’s are extra on actuals.

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