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Things to Do in Hyderabad

  • Leo Splash

    Located inside the Leonia Holistic Destination in Hyderabad, Leo splash is one of India's most popular water theme parks. Assuring people oodles of fun and frolic, this water park attracts visitors from all corners of the state and beyond.

    Leo Splash offers exclusive packages, by availing one of which you can indulge in exciting water games like water slides, water zorbing, lazy river and rapid water roller-coasters. Furthermore, the packages include DJ with Rain Dance, which is the highlight of the water park.

    An upbeat rhythm blended with water drizzling over the boisterous crowd intensifies the euphoric ambience of the place. The place is suffused with families splurging in the pool, kids shrieking and running ecstatically and the loud noise of splashing waves. The authorities of the place are courteous and take full safety measures in all activities.

  • Begumpet Mosque

    One of the most iconic structures in Hyderabad, the Begumpet Mosque boasts of an impressive facade and awe-inspiring interiors. More than 100 years old, this mosque is known by different names - Mosque of the Moors, Masjid Iqbal Ud Daula, Aiwan-E-Begumpet and Spanish Mosque.

    Nawab Sir Iqbal-ud-Daula built this mosque after his return from Spain in the year 1906. This mosque with splendid Hispanic (Moorish) architecture resembles the Cathedral–Mosque of Córdoba (Spain) and Jama Masjid Gulbarga (Karnataka, India).

    The use of spires instead of usual domes and minarets gives this mosque a unique church-like appearance. Unlike other mosques, it features a pointed main roof with two curtailed pyramids placed one above the other and separated by octagonal domes.

    Capable of accommodating up to 3000 people, this mosque features two rooms, a central corridor and a large prayer hall. Moorish arches and calligraphic Quranic verses inscribed on the walls adorn the interiors of the mosque. Declared as a heritage site by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), this mosque is a place worth visiting.

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How to Reach Hyderabad

By Air

The Rajiv Gandhi International terminal, Hyderabad’s international airport is well-connected with major cities across the globe. The airport also has a domestic terminal called NT Rama Rao which is connected to most of the Indian cities. Approximately 20 kilometres away from the city, the airport is situated in the Begumpet area. Almost all airlines fly daily from and to Hyderabad. Once you reach here, you can find many private and prepaid taxis outside the airport. The cab fare may vary depending upon which part of Hyderabad city you would like to go.


By Bus

Boasting of a huge bus terminal, the city is well-connected to its neighbouring towns like Aurangabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Tirupati and Panaji. The bus terminal is managed and well-organised by Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC). You can choose from sleeper, deluxe, super deluxe, air-conditioned and Volvo buses that are operated by both state and private companies. The fare would depend upon the type of the bus and the destination.


By Train

There are three major railheads in the city, namely, Hyderabad Railway Station, Secunderabad Railway Station and Kachiguda Railway Station. These railheads connect major Indian cities like Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai and Pune. Some of the popular trains that run daily from Hyderabad rail junctions are Kacheguda Express, Hyderabad Express, Charminar Express, Konark Express, Andhra Pradesh Express and Shatabdi Express.

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Best Time to Visit Hyderabad

The Rajiv Gandhi International terminal, Hyderabad’s international airport is well-connected with major cities across the globe. The airport also has a domestic terminal called NT Rama Rao which is connected to most of the Indian cities. Approximately 20 kilometres away from the city, the airport is situated in the Begumpet area. Almost all airlines fly daily from and to Hyderabad. Once you reach here, you can find many private and prepaid taxis outside the airport. The cab fare may vary depending upon which part of Hyderabad city you would like to go.

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