The city of Pearls was once the seat of the powerful Qutb Shahi and Asaf Jai dynasties. Today, the capital and largest city of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh is a very intriguing city for tourists to visit.
Hyderabad is located on the banks of the Musi River and this particular city is a treat for every visitor.
Hyderabad as a holiday destination is one Indian city that has such a rich history and an amazing cultural heritage. With so many must see sights and attractions throughout this photogenic city, visitors will be overjoyed about holidaying in Hyderabad.
A holiday to Hyderabad wouldn’t be the same without a trip to Hyderabad Old City, with all-inclusive holidays and flights to Hyderabad from Ireland always available. Hyderabad Old City is a very historic part of this Indian city and it is a dream come true to see up close and in person. Most of the city’s top historical sites are located here.
One of Hyderabad’s most iconic symbols – Charminar, is a very popular tourist attraction. With its 140 steps these towers rise to a height of 48.7 metres above the ground. Charminar is located in the middle of a busy road. At the top of the minarets visitors will be able to enjoy spectacular views of Hyderabad city and its surrounding areas.
Chowmahalla Palace, which was the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty, is another popular Hyderabad attraction, so check out our amazing deals on great holiday deals and flights to Hyderabad from Ireland at amazing rates. It is here where the Nizam entertained his royal guests.
After your extensive tour of the impressive Chowmahalla Palace make your way to Golconda Fort. Golconda Fort is one of the most famous and the biggest fortress in India’s Deccan plateau. The fort was built during the reign of Qutb Shahi. Explore the tiny streets, which surround the fort. You might be pleasantly surprised about what you discover. It is a very interesting part of Hyderabad to visit, where we can offer cheap holidays and flights to Hyderabad from Ireland.
Falaknuma Palace is another great place to visit while holidaying in Hyderabad. It was built in 1872. Visitors will have the opportunity to marvel at Falaknuma Palace’s stunning architecture and it is without a shadow of a doubt the most opulent of the Nizam palaces.
Laad Bazaar is a major hit with visitors to Hyderabad both local and international. Laad Bazaar is a very old market, which is popular for bangles. It is a very interesting place to visit, with great holiday deals and flights to Hyderabad from Ireland always available all-year round.
A trip to Mecca Masjid, one of Hyderabad’s oldest mosques should definitely be on the cards, where we can offer low-cost holidays and flights to Hyderabad from Ireland. As well as being the oldest it is by far the biggest too. It is located in Hyderabad’s old city, very close to some of the city’s historic landmarks including Charminar, Laad Bazaar and Chowmahalla Palace.
Two lakes that you have to visit when you are here in Hyderabad are Hussain Sagar Lake and Saroornagar Lake. Hussain Sagar Lake is an artificial lake which is a major historical landmark. It was built during Ibrahim Quhi Qutb Shahi’s reign in 1562. Saroornagar is another very famous lake in Hyderabad. It is well known for being a great place to spend the evenings.
Holidays to Hyderabad wouldn’t be the same without a trip to a number of its top museums including the AP State Museum, Salar Jung Museum and the Qutub Shahi Tombs Site Museum.
Hyderabad elegantly combines Islamic and Hindu traditions.
Come and experience this bustling Indian metropolis.