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Places to visit around Hyderabad for foreigners

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Hi All,

One of our clients will be visiting us in the next month. We are looking for places around Hyderabad to take them. We have two full days time. 
They will be staying around Madhapur. 

Any must visit places/Food joints etc. 
Please share the information.

Thank you in Advance. 

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15 hours ago, uday said:

Any must visit places/Food joints etc. 
Please share the information.

 

Hi @uday, Since you have got only 2 days of time to take your clients around Hyderabad, I would recommend only a few places which are in and around Hyderabad.

Day - 1

You can start with your visit with the heritage sites of the city by Golconda fort, Charminar, Mecca masjid, Chowmahalla palace and Birla temple.

You can end your day with dinner at Paradise in Hitech city or Gachibowli which so every is close by their stay option.

Day - 2

You can plan a day out to Ramoji Film city and drive down to Faluknama Palace for dinner on a royal closing note for their visit to Hyderabad.

Or a short drive to Bidar fort (mind you about the high temperatures outside)

'The Minar' at Golconda resorts is also another good option for a night's dinner to give them an experience :) 

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3 hours ago, sagar said:

Day - 1

You can start with your visit with the heritage sites of the city by Golconda fort, Charminar, Mecca masjid, Chowmahalla palace and Birla temple.

You can end your day with dinner at Paradise in Hitech city or Gachibowli which so every is close by their stay option.

Day - 2

You can plan a day out to Ramoji Film city and drive down to Faluknama Palace for dinner on a royal closing note for their visit to Hyderabad.

Or a short drive to Bidar fort (mind you about the high temperatures outside)

'The Minar' at Golconda resorts is also another good option for a night's dinner to give them an experience

 

Excellent plan Sagar. I have to execute this plan for myself on some weekend.  Except for Faluknama palace. 

Golconda fort is a must visit.  If it is on weekend, try to visit on Saturday. Sunday it is over crowded. Reach the place by 8:30AM. Fort opens at 9AM.

Crowd will be very less and it will be peaceful. 
 

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On 2/27/2019 at 12:02 PM, driveking said:

Reach the place by 8:30AM

 

That is a good tip.

  • Golconda fort
  • Falaknuma palace (Make sure to book it in advance) 

Personally, I would skip other places. 

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