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Places to Visit in Hyderabad[2021] with Friends

Places to Visit in Hyderabad[2021] with Friends

With so many places to visit around Hyderabad, you have a long list of things to do. Visit a museum, go for a picnic, check out some cafes, go on a long drive to places to visit near Hyderabad within 100 km- options are endless. But how do you know which place will match your vibe, especially when you’re going there for the first time? Well, allow us to recommend the best places to visit in Hyderabad for youngsters like you.

How do we, at Stanza Living, know what you like? Well, with over 50,000 young people (and counting) putting their faith in us, we are confident that we’re doing the right thing. So why don’t you let us suggest all different kinds of Hyderabad places to visit while you sit back and enjoy some Hyderabadi biryani?

Top Places to Visit in Hyderabad

25 best places to visit in Hyderabad, with friends, family, or a special someone:

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Charminar, Ghansi Bazaar

No other Hyderabad places to visit are probably as iconic as the Charminar. It was built ages ago when the capital was shifted from Golconda to Hyderabad and is a beautiful structure with four minarets. Oh, and it looks even prettier at night when it’s all lit up.

Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City is a must when it comes to places to visit around Hyderabad. It is the world’s largest film city and also has Asia’s first mystery and magic house. How cool is that! What’s even cooler is that they hold shows where you can pretend to act in one of the hundreds of movies that were shot here. And live your Bollywood dream.

Golconda Fort, Ibrahim Bagh

This is another place to visit near Hyderabad that you absolutely shouldn’t miss. Located around 10 km away from the city, this historical monument lies in a quiet and peaceful area. The site is in ruins but you can still see some interesting armours and parts of the fort. But the highlight of this place is the laser light show, narrated by none other than India’s Big B.

Salar Jung Museum, Salar Jung Rd

One of India’s best museums, the Salar Jung Museum has 38 different galleries, showcasing different eras of the country’s rulers. It is conveniently located in the heart of the city. History lovers, this is your holy grail.

The Nizam’s Museum, Pathar Gatti

Another place of interest for history buffs, this museum is named after The Nizam of Hyderabad, who was the monarch for many years. It used to be his palace in earlier times. If you want to see how royalty lived, definitely visit this place and feel super broke looking at all the gold, silver and jewelled artefacts.

Hussain Sagar Lake, Secunderabad

This place in Hyderabad has a stunning view. You could bring your date here and take them on a romantic boat ride with the calmness of the water around, and the cool breeze in your faces. The lake is one of the largest man-made lakes in our country. We mean, it’s called “Sagar” for a reason.

Mecca Masjid, Charminar Rd

Mecca Masjid is one of the oldest and biggest mosques in not just Hyderabad but in the entire country. And can you imagine it was built 400 years ago? You must have heard of the holy place, Mecca. And this mosque in Hyderabad was built using soil from the same place. Hence the name.

Lumbini Park, Hussain Sagar

Lumbini Park is a very popular tourist destination. Be it their speed boats, ferries, musical fountain, 3D shows, light and sound shows – both adults and kids rave about this place. Well, this park is much, much more than your regular neighbourhood park.

Botanical Gardens, Gachibowli Road

If you love nature, this will become your favourite place to visit around Hyderabad. The Botanical Gardens have more than 600 different species of plants. Yes, you read that right. There’s also a special bamboo garden. And a beautiful trail created alongside the plants for you to enjoy them on your morning run.

Ananthagiri Hills

This hill station should definitely be on your list of places to visit near Hyderabad within 100 km. The place has a dense forest, a beautiful river, a lake and is surrounded by some tall hills. It also has some ancient caves. It’s said that the first civilisation in South India started from people living in these caves. So yes, really ancient.

Jal Vihar, PV Narasimha Rao Marg

Who doesn’t love a fun water park? Not just kids, but adults too. Perfect place in Hyderabad to visit with your friends or family, Jal Vihar offers a whole bunch of water rides – family slide, Mini aqua trailers, Tilt bucket, Float slide. As well as some non-water ones too. And if you love dancing, do not forget to try the Dance at the Rain Dance and move your body to some blockbuster songs.

Purani Haveli, Nizam Colony

Purani Haveli represents the architecture of Hyderabad in the 18th century – a mixture of European and Indian traditions. You can take a tour of the whole palace, take some aesthetic pictures of the unique mosaic and tiled walls. It also has the longest wardrobe in the world that can hold around 730 clothes. Looks like the Nizam had his priorities sorted even before walk-in closets were invented.

Snow World, Kavadiguda

Snow World in Hyderabad is the first snow-themed park in the country. And, hear this – the biggest snow-themed park in the entire world. So now you know you must absolutely visit this place to avail their amazing services like Snow Volley Ball, Snow Merry-Go-Round, Snow basketball, Snow Dancing and loads more. Especially in the terrible Hyderabad heat.

Laad Bazaar

Laad Bazaar is the city’s most famous markets and is located very close to the Charminar. It is famous for its bangles, especially the ones made from lacquer or Laad. You’ll also find traditional sarees and precious stones in this market, including the one thing Hyderabad is known for – pearls. Bring your mother and aunt here, and see them be happy for the whole day.

Shilparamam, Madhapur Rd

Another place to visit near Hyderabad is this craft village. You can enjoy different forms of traditional arts and crafts here and also meet some amazing artists. You can either walk through the village or take their battery-operated car service. Whichever your feet prefer.

Osman Sagar Lake

Also known as Gandipet Lake, Osman Sagar is a beautiful lake and sightseeing point. There is also a dam build over the lake, which provides drinking water to both Hyderabad and Secunderabad. And it’s spread over an area of 46 km, so you can say the lake covers the size of a small city.

Madina

Madina is a place in Hyderabad, famous for its street food and street shopping. Both of which we absolutely love. It’s close to the Charminar, so after you’re done sightseeing, don’t forget to drop by this street for a plate of hot, mouthwatering biryani.

Odyssey Wonder, Madhapur

Odyssey Wonder Park is an adventure park like no other. It offers a unique sport, water rolling, which is still quite underrated in our country. If you’re not afraid of rolling inside a balloon on water, definitely check this place out. And don’t worry, the balloon won’t burst midway.

Sky Zone Park, Shankarpalli Road

There are so many adventure sports in Hyderabad, so which one would you pick this time? We suggest you try the Sky Zone park. It is Hyderabad’s first indoor trampoline park and is perfect for both kids and adults. In fact, for anyone who likes bouncing around without tension in the world.

Nehru Centenary Tribal Museum, Masab Tank

To know a city completely, one must know its culture. And what better than visiting a museum that showcases the state’s local customs and traditions. Learn about the lives of the Hill Reddy, Bagata and Kondareddy tribes in this museum. You’ll see that Hyderabad is much more than its forts and biryani.

Durgam Cheruvu

This one is an underrated gem. Located super close to HiTech city, Durgam Cheruvu is hidden in plain sight, thanks to the huge granite rocks that surround it. You can trek and camp around this lake that’s around 2600 million years old. Seems like the secret lake is not a secret anymore.

Sudha’s Car Museum, Bahadurpura West

You wouldn’t have seen this one on many lists but if you love wheels, Sudha’s Car Museum is the best place to visit in Hyderabad. This museum displays dozens of handmade cars, along with the year in which they were made and how much they cost. Who knows, someday a car you make might find a place here too.

Charminar Bazaar, Ghansi Bazaar

Charminar Bazaar is one of the most affordable and iconic weekly markets in the city. It still has a Nizami influence that you can see in the items being sold here. Be it the clothes, jewellery or the lip-smacking kebabs and Irani chai – everything has an old-school charm to it. Much like Chandni Chowk in Delhi.

Nalgonda

Nalgonda goes back to a time as ancient as the Palaeolithic Age. But it still stands strong. Another attraction for the history kids, this place has many forts and ruins. For nature lovers, it has some beautiful waterfalls and the famous Nagarjuna Sagar Dam. It is a good place to visit near Hyderabad within 100 km. And the drive till there is going to be totally worth it.

Paradise Biryani, Himayat Nagar

If you’ve lived in Hyderabad and haven’t heard of Paradise, then you are living under a rock. With almost 15 branches around the city, this restaurant is synonymous with Hyderabadi biryani. What started as a small cafe is now always fully packed till midnight, with people waiting in queues to take their takeaways. Definitely try the Mirchi Salan and Mutton Biryani for a taste of paradise.

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FAQs on Places to Visit in Hyderabad

Which are the Special Places in Hyderabad?

There are so many special Hyderabad places to visit but here are our top picks:

  • Golconda Fort
  • The Charminar
  • Hussain Sagar Lake
  • Ramoji Film City
  • Salar Jung Museum
  • Biggest Baobab – The Cave of 40 Thieves

Where can I go for the Weekend in Hyderabad?

Well, technically you can go anywhere but if you’re looking for ideas, here are some:

  • Cafe Hopping At Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills
  • Biryani hogging at Paradise
  • Sound & Light Show at Golconda Fort
  • Drive to Ananthagiri Hills

Can we Stay in Ramoji Film City?

Yes, you can. It’s not the most budget-friendly option at prices starting from Rs 8,000 for two persons per night. But 100% recommend for the feels.

Is Hyderabad Safe at Night?

Hyderabad is a comparatively safe city in India. Especially, the Hitech City area is monitored by police most of the time, even late at night.

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