Places to visit in Hyderabad in 2021


Hyderabad may appear as though a city, for the most part, visited by tech representatives and finance managers. In any case, the city was the middle of much Medieval history and where precious stones were sole, mined. The fantasy city is loaded up with accounts of adoration, war, victory and secrets which make for the absolute best places to visit in Hyderabad.


This rundown of vacationer places in Hyderabad will show you the most amazing aspect of the city at the end of the week. Furthermore, in the event that you just have one day, look down to our schedule for spots to visit in Hyderabad in 1 day. In the event that you are visiting for more, let us move you with one more day, so you can see every one of the activities in Hyderabad in 3 days.


In any case, the capital of Telangana is a brilliant city to investigate regardless of how long you are remaining for. You can even book a private guided Hyderabad city visit here to have a more restrictive encounter.


How to help an end of the week in Hyderabad

You can visit all the top Hyderabad travel industry regions in 2 days, from taking in its best sights and enjoying its popular dishes. Each time I used to go for work I figured out how to fit in a visit to a couple of the spots recorded here so I chose to place everything into an end of the week schedule and acknowledged it fits in pleasantly.

In the event that you have somewhat more, you can investigate the adjoining territories on road trips from Hyderabad, I added a few ideas toward the finish of the schedule. In the interim, we should investigate my proposed multi-day agenda in Hyderabad.

Start with the authentic traveller places in Hyderabad investigating The Salar Jung Museum, the Nizam Museum, the city’s most popular milestone: Charminar, the Chowmahalla Palace and the Mecca Masjid. End the day at the impressively debauched and lofty Taj Falaknuma Palace.

Today is as yet dependent on recorded and unimaginable structures, particularly a portion of Hyderabad’s best sanctuaries and the Golconda Fort, a fantasy construct that is in ruins today where stories of affection and war are related each evening. A visit to the Hussain Sagar Lake and Lumbini Park will add a much-needed refresher.


Salar Jung Museum

The Salar Jung Museum is the third biggest historical centre in India lodging the greatest exclusive assortment of collectables on the planet. The scope of curios and craftsmanship pieces traces all the way back to the First Century. So on the off chance that you’re searching for authentic spots in Hyderabad, unquestionably come here.


The historical center is named after Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III, previous Prime Minister of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad, who went through forty years of his life gathering an extremely valuable assortment which was initially shown in his castle, Diwan Deodi, and afterward moved to the current area in 1968.


Of note are a couple of workmanship pieces from the Mughal Empire. A blade and a jade natural product blade embellished with valuable stones are accepted to have a place with Jehangir and Noor Jahan who had an epic romantic tale. There are a couple of Indian Miniature Paintings like the ones I found in Lahore.


The Nizam’s Museum

His Exalted Highness The Nizam’s Museum is situated in the dignified Purani Haveli (additionally the name of a Bollywood blood and gore flick), where a few Nizams were conceived and spent pieces of their lives.

The Haveli was worked by Muhammed Quli Qutb Shah, the author of the city of Hyderabad, for his Peshwa (Prime Minister), Mir Momin. In 1777, Mir Nizam Ali Khan, the second Nizam, procured the land from the relative of Mir Momin to fabricate a castle for his child, Sikander Jah, who at last turned into the third Nizam in 1803. At the point when he did, he moved to Chowmahalla, allowing Purani Haveli to lose its great position.

There are more than ten structures in the Purani Haveli and maybe the most noteworthy is the stroll in storeroom, a 176 ft long room made of Burmese teak and based on two levels that house the ensembles worn in the nineteenth century. This is one of the spots in Hyderabad where you can truly feel the previous magnificence of the Nizam.

Open from 10am to 5pm and shut on Friday.



Potentially the most perceived symbol of the city and most visited vacationer places in Hyderabad, Charminar, gets its name from the word for “our pinnacles” in Urdu. The pinnacles are lavish minarets connected by four curves with outside overhangs and they face every course.

The region is loaded up with humming market slows down selling gems, particularly gold bangles, vegetables and organic product. As Hyderabad is otherwise called the City of Pearls, you can likewise anticipate these delightful white globes available to be purchased.

You can scale one of the pinnacles through a restricted and steep arrangement of steps to the primary floor for a brief look at the market region, the Masjid Mosque and the principle exchange veins. It’s certainly worth the walk.