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Pass By: Hyderabad Botanical Gardens, Miyapur-GachiBowli Highway, Hyderabad 500033 India
You will be picked up from your city centre hotel in the morning, followed by a drive to the city of Nizams to start your sightseeing tour. You will be visiting the following attractions:
Overlooking the Tank Bund, the Birla Mandir presents an arresting sight when lit in the evening. This magnificent structure built entirely out of marble from Rajasthan stands atop the Kala Pahad, the twin hillock off the NaubatPahad. Built by Birla Foundation over a span of 10 years, the main temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara afterwards we will further move to zoo park.
Nehru Zoological Park
Situated in the Bahadurpura area, the Nehru Zoological Park is the biggest zoo park in India, spread over 300 acres with a Lion Safari Park, Natural History Museum and a children's train.
Hazrat Hussain Shah Wali built The Bund in 1562 during the reign of Ibrahim Qutub Shah. Tank Bund once a water source for the Secunderabad Contonment is now a recreational facility and a picnic spot with facilities for water sports. The largest stone statue of Buddha in the world, weighing 350 tons and 17.5 meter tall, is located on a plinth in the middle of the lake.
Golconda Fort is a majestic monument lying on the western outskirts of Hyderabad city. The fortress is built on a granite hill 120 metres high, surrounded by massive crenellated ramparts. One of the most remarkable features of is its system of acoustics whereby the sounds of hands clapped at the entry gate can be heard quite clearly at the top of the hill.
You will stop for lunch (at own expense) and will commence with sightseeing after enjoying a delicious meal.
Along with a collection of art objects by NawabSalar Jung III, this museum houses magnificent exhibits of European and Indian paintings and statuary. Of special interest is the Jade Room containing priceless objects, which belonged to ancient Indian rulers like Aurangazeb, Tipu Sultan, Shah Jahan and the AsafJahs of Hyderabad.
This is the principal landmark of Hyderabad. In 1591, Mohamed QuliQutub Shah built Charminar to commemorate the end of a devastating epidemic. Charminar, which means four towers, stands 56m high and 30m wide creating four arches facing each of cardinal points. The lower area of the Charminar is open daily 9am to 4.30pm. The structure is illuminated during the night from 7pm to 9pm.
This is one of the largest mosques in India, accommodating up to 10,000 worshipers. This is the biggest mosque in Hyderabad and lies within hundred yards to the southwest of Charminar.
At the end of your tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel or the railway station, per your choice.