Knows as the City of Pearls, Hyderabad still exhibits a royal past. For a passionate traveler, Hyderabad has a lot to offer including a mesmerizing panorama of the history, with a rich historical tradition and diverse culture. The superfluity of numerous tourist attractions in Hyderabad ensures that travelers go back with memories of a lifetime.
- Mount Opera Multi-Theme Park Resort Overview
Mount Opera Multi-Theme Park Resort is a well-liked weekend getaway for the locals as well as tourists. It is located in the suburbs of the city, on the Hyderabad-Vijayawada National Highway. Spread across a huge area of about 55 acres, the Mount Opera Park offers amusement rides, indoor games, water world, health clubs, discotheque, net surfing and whatnot.
- Chilkur Balaji Temple
Chilkur is an old-time village located on the banks of Osmansagar that accommodates 500 Years old Sri Balaji temple. Also, this temple is famed as ‘Visa Balaji’ after several incidents of people praying to the altar for having a visa stamp on their passport and their desires being fulfilled.
- Bhongir Fort (Bhuvana giri fort)
Built in 10th century by the Western Chalukya ruler Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya VI, the Bhongir Fort is situated in Bhuvanagiri, Nalgonda district of Telangana. The fort is built upon a single rock-strewn hill in Bhongir, and is over 48 kilometers away from Hyderabad.
- Jain Temple of Mahaveera
The 2000 years old Jain Temple of Mahaveera is situated in Kolanupaka village in Nalgonda district, at a distance of 80 kilometers from Hyderabad. The temple is adorned with divine images of Tirthankaras and it’s one of the prominent Jain pilgrimage spots in the country.
- Ananthagiri Hills
It is one of the most primitive habitat areas of India. Medieval fort structures, prehistoric caves, and Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple demonstrate the antiquity of this area. It has also emerged as a small hill station ever since more and more locals started visiting this place for a day trip or family outings.
- Osman Sagar Lake
Osman Sagar Lake, also known as Gandipet, is a non-natural lake built over River Musi. It was constructed in 1920 as a drinking water source in Hyderabad, and also to shield the city from floods. The road adjoining the reservoir gates offer mesmerizing views and fresh breeze.
- Ramoji Film City
Ramoji Film City (RMC) is located near Hayathnagar on NH9 close to Vijayawada. It is the world’s largest equipped film studio complex and is also a well-liked tourism and recreation spot. Spanning over a huge area of about 2500 acres, RMC is a major film-making facility in India.
- Medak Church
At a distance of 196 kilometers from Hyderabad, Medak Cathedral is the biggest church in entire Asia and second largest in the world following Vatican.
- Rachana Konda Fort
Rachana Konda Fort is situated at a distance of over 60 km from Hyderabad, in the vicinity of Nalgonda district, Telangana. This beautiful fort was built by Recherla Singama Nayak, who governed the province of Rachakonda in the 14th century. This medieval Hindu fort architecture displays a magnificent view of the entire city, when you take a look from the South-East corner of this fort. It is also bejeweled with lintels and beams with alluring rock cut walls.
10. Nagarjuna Sagar
Nagarjuna Sagar is the world’s largest brickwork dam shielded with 26 gates measuring 13m wide and 14m tall. Located in the Nalgonda District in Telangana and Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh in India, the dam boasts of a storage capacity of nearly 11,472 million cubic meters along with an irrigation capacity for 10 acres of land. The captivating view, cover of lush forest and gust of fresh breeze attract numerous tourists to this famous site.
There is something unique about the resorts and hotels built by the Janaharsha Group in Hyderabad that make them the preferred choice of many tourists. The idea is to stay at a place from where you can roam around and enjoy what the entire city has to offer.
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