Hyderabad tour guide

Andhra Pradesh is one of the most important states in India. It is located on the southeast coast of India. Andhra Pradesh is the fourth largest state by area and the fifth largest state by population. Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and one of the most visited places in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad:

Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and a prosperous metropolis. Recently, the city has become an IT hub. It is also known as the city of Nizams and the city of pearls. Hyderabad offers India many world-class players such as Sania Mirza [tennis], VVS Laxman [cricket], Saina Nehwal [badminton] and Mukesh Kumar [hockey]. This is a city where North Indian and South Indian cultures are perfectly integrated and coexist. Its cuisine, especially Hyderabadi Biryani, is popular throughout India. It has a lot of tourist attractions.

Here are the tourist attractions in the city:

seminar: Located in the city center, Charminar has become a landmark of Hyderabad. Sultan Quli Qutub Shah, built in 1591 to commemorate the city's elimination of the deadly plague, has now become a symbol of the city. Its four beautiful minarets tower 48.7m above the ground. There is a market around this structure.

Mecca Mosque: Mecca Masjid is the oldest mosque in the city and one of the largest mosques in the country. It's close to Charminar. It was also built by Sultan Quli Qutub Shah. The structure is 75 feet high, 220 feet wide, and 180 feet long. It's too big to hold up to 10,000 believers at a time. This 54m high building is impressive.

Golconda Fort: Golconda is an ancient city in southern India that was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Golconda. It is one of the most famous forts in India. It was built by King Kutub to prevent Mughals from invading from the north. Gorkanda is also an area where the diamond trade is booming.

Tirupati Temple: Tirupati Temple is one of the most important Hindu temples in the country. It is one of the most visited pilgrims in the world. Part of the temple was built of gold.