Local Tourist Information

  • Historical attractions:

    History enthusiasts will love exploring Hyderabad’s fascinating past by visiting sites such as the Chowmahalla Palace, Golconda Fort, Hussain Sagar Lake, Qutub Shahi Tombs, Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, Paigah Tombs, Osmania Arts College, Moula Ali Dargah, and Nizam’s Museum among others. Explore the Most Historical and Best Museums in Hyderabad. (Link: https://www.indianeagle.com/traveldiary/best-museums-in-hyderabad/)

  • Family attractions:

    If you’re visiting Hyderabad with your loved ones in tow, you can enjoy some of the many family-oriented attractions here. Some of the popular of these family attractions are Ramoji Film city, Durgam Cheruvu, Public Gardens, Nehru Zoological Park, Necklace Road, Snow World, Treasure Island, Lumbini Park, Heritage Walk, Ocean Park, and countless others! https://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/20-amazing-places-for-kids-to-visit-in-hyderabad/

  • Pubs and bars:

    Hyderabad is home to a hip nightlife. Youngsters traveling to the city with their friends can visit some of the many happening pubs and bars across the city. Popular ones include 10 Downing Street, Liquids, Bottles and Chimney, Firangi Paani, Hard Rock Cafe, Sync – Resto Bar, Seventh Heaven and countless more.

  • Top shopping spots:

    Hyderabad is a shopper’s delight. In fact, shopping is one of the top reasons to visit Hyderabad! Our Hyderabad travel guide lists popular shopping spots to explore in the city such as Laad Bazaar, Nampally, Begum Bazaar, Abids, Shilparamam, General Bazaar, Monda Market, Sultan Bazaar, and Moazzam Jahi Market among other places.
    For more information see: https://www.indianeagle.com/traveldiary/hyderabad-travel-guide/

  • What to eat in Hyderabad:

    The City of Nawabs is every foodie’s dream come true! Influences of the Nizams, Mughals, and typical South Indian culture can be seen in the cuisine of the city. Royally rich in flavor, the spice-infused Hyderabadi food is among the largest attractions of the city. An absolute must-try in every Hyderabad travel guide is Biryani, the lip-smacking and delicious signature dish of Hyderabad. Accompanied by the tangy Mirchi ka salan, this mouthwatering dish is one of the top things that people keep coming back to the city for. Other popular items to try include Double ka Meetha, Keema Samosa, Lukhmi, Haleem, Irani Chai, and Khubani ka Meetha to name a few.
    For more information see: https://www.indianeagle.com/traveldiary/hyderabad-travel-guide/

  • Getting Around:

    By cabs and taxi: It can be expensive but taxis are a hassle free option to travel around the city of Hyderabad. You can use the popular app based cab service like Uber and Ola. They have got different options, both cheap and expensive. Meru Cabs and RedTaxi are popular taxi services in Hyderabad.

    By auto rickshaw: For short distances, you can always rely on the share auto rickshaws in the city. You can also reserve an auto if you are in group. However, make sure to bargain as the drivers might charge you more considering an outsider.

    By local trains and metro: The travel experience in Hyderabad gets exciting on traveling by the local trains. It particularly connects the areas of the old city and the trains are often crowded. The newly inaugurated Hyderabad Metro Rail service has three lines connecting several areas of the city. https://www.ltmetro.com/

    By Bus: Buses are the one of the cheapest mode of transport in Hyderabad. You can get TSRTC buses connecting to almost every part of the city. Just make sure to get the schedule online before going to the bus stop. You won’t like to get stranded, after all. There are five types of buses running across Hyderabad – Metro Deluxe, Ordinary, Metro Express, AC and Volvo AC. The price starts from the minimal amount of INR 10. http://www.hyderabadcitybus.com/