Places to Visit
in Hyderabad A.P. India
Places of interest:
Charminar built in
State Museum and Art Gallery
Nehru Zoological park
Golconda-Kohinoor & Pitt - diamond mines (Golconda).
Ramoji Film City
Nagarjuna Sagar dam
Nagarjuna Srisailam Sanctuary
-largest tiger reserve in India.
A.P is rich in historical
monuments that attract a large numbers of pilgrims
How to reach Hyderabad:
Air: The nearest airport
is at Hyderabad (157 km).
Rail: Warangal has a rail head. It is well connected to important cities of
Bus: State bus service from Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Karimnagar, Khammam and some
AP Tourist hotels,
Private luxury and economy hotels.
Local Transport: City
buses, Taxis, Auto-rickshaws, and Cycle-rickshaws.
150 kms. from Hyderabad lies the ancient city of Warangal. Noted today for its
beautiful lakes, magnificent temples and wildlife, Warangal was once the capital
of the legendary Kakatiya kingdom. It in fact, found mention in the travel diaries
of Marco Polo.
fort was built during the 13th century by the Kakatiya king Ganapati Deva and
his daughter Rudramma. Some of the remains that stand tall here to this day
include four huge stone gateways and several exquisite pieces of sculpture.
is an important railway station on the Renigunta - Katpadi line. Places around
this town include Chandragiri, Horsley hill, Kailasakona waterfalls, Thalakona,
Madanapalle, Nagari and Puttur.
last capital of the Vijayanagar kings, Chandragiri is located on the banks of
the river Swarnamukhi. The ruins of the empire's fort and palaces are set amidst
the greenery of this place.
after a former collector of Chittoor, it is a charming little hill station at
an altitude of 1,265 metres above sea level.
beautiful waterfall is situated in the Nagari valley. It is considered sacred
and the mineral rich water of Kailasakona is said to possess curative powers.
health resort, located at an altitude of 710 meters above sea level, Madanapalle
has a wonderful climate throughout the year.
most prominent and highest cliff in the Nagari hills, is called the Nagari nose
as it resembles a human nose in shape. This is a beautiful place for a picnic
village is famous for its bone setters, whose ability to set right any type
of fracture with the help of herbs and indigenous plaster, is renowned throughout
this place is said to be the threshold to the seven hills of Tirumala. The 6
metre fall perennial water fall and a fertile valley filled with luxuriant evergreen
forests, present a grand view of nature at its best.
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