Hyderabad, India

Hyderabad sits at Musi river banks, southern India. Andhra Pradesh boasts of having Hyderabad as its capital which has for long been regarded as a twin city to Secunderabad but currently, these two cites have tremendously grown to become a big metropolis. Being a city that is rich with tradition and history, Hyderabad currently competes with the famous Bangalore city as the IT capital in India, which currently hosts Google and Microsoft headquarters in India. If you are thinking of planning a business visit to Hyderabad which is increasingly becoming popular now, chances are that you will miss the 400 years old, historic Hyderabad. This city has of late been transformed into a metropolis featuring office buildings and shopping malls constructed using glass facades.
Ideally, the whole Hyderabad city appears to be on renovation or construction but in all senses, it is a beautiful, magnificent city. It enjoys quite a distinct culture largely influenced by Islamic culture. Nevertheless, the city has of late undergone modernization due to many young women and men travel to this city. Hyderabad enjoys a tropical kind of climate, just as you would expect with other Indian cities.
The old city has quite a lot of historical attractions and you can expect to have a memorable experience during your visit here. For instance Charminar is a structure set at the prayer spot of Quli Qutub Shah who ended the epidemic of plague and the tower has come to be known as the landmark of the city. The old city has many historical sites like the Osmania Arts College, Moula Ali Dargah, Qutb Shahi Tombs, the Falaknuma Palace, and Golconda Fort.
The new city is also a hub of attractions starting with the Archival museum and AP State Museum where a wide selection of artifacts is displayed. Birla Mandar, the Andhra Pradesh High Court, Hyderabad Public School, Kothi Residency, and others are other notable tourist attractions here. Temples in Hyderabad are equally many as the mosques and include the Birla Mandir, Balaji temple, Sanghi Temple, and others. Notable mosques at Hyderabad are such as Mecca Masjid, Toli Masjid, and Bdshai Masjid. On your visit to Hyderabad, you can decide to enjoy a heritage walk organized by the department of AP tourism alongside Tourist Police. The NTR gardens offer a unique experience in the amusement park with nice attractions like the haunted house, mini train, boat rides, etc.
Lumbini Park is also a great place to visit in Hyderabad where you can have some boat rides, car rides and have lots of fun. Golfing and tennis are popular sports in the city and you can join any of them for your recreation. Hyderabad is also known as a city where you can buy Indian jewelry and ornaments and handcrafts like Lepakshi, Kalanjali, Bidri crafts, and so on. Shopping bazaars are many here and beautify the city and include Laad Bazaar, Gulzar House, Begum Bazaar, General Bazaar, Monda Market, and Feel Khana Khadim alongside others. Hyderabad offers budget accommodation compared to such cities like Bangalore and Mumbai which can have pricey accommodation facilities/ services.