Known as the “City of the Nawabs”, Hyderabad is a beautiful place soaked in rich cultural history. The city represents the perfect blend of North and South Indian cultures along with heartwarming hospitality. The people here speak a variety of languages including Hindi, Urdu, Telegu, Marathi, English and Gujarati, making Hyderabad a true cosmopolitan.

The story of this spectacular city would be incomplete without the mention of its flavoursome food. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the Hyderabadi food is considered to be the top reasons for visiting this city. Some of the most loved food items are, Hyderabadi Biryani, ‘Haleem’, ‘Irani Chai’, ‘Double Ka Meetha’, ‘Naancut Biscuits’, ‘Lukhmi’, ‘Mirchi Ka Salan’ and much more. Not just this, you will also find a tasteful blend of Nawabi, Mughal and Andhra cuisine here.

Hyderabad also has the famous Ramoji Film City where one of the biggest film festivals of India, The Busan Film Festival, is hosted. It wouldn’t be wrong to call Tollywood the entertainment lifeline of the entire Andhra Pradesh. Founded by B.N. Reddy and Narayana Swamy, Hyderabad is also home to “Tollywood”, the renowned Telugu Film Industry. This industry holds a Guinness World Record for being the largest in the world in terms of architecture. It also has an association with the Motions Picture Association of America.



How to Reach Hyderabad

By Air

Serviced by national and international flights from the Middle East and Europe, Hyderabad is well connected with all major cities. From the air port you can then hire taxis or auto-rickshaws to reach the city.

By Train

There are three railway stations in Hyderabad i.e. Secunderabad, Kacheguda and Hyderabad (Nampally). Hyderabad are linked to all major cities like Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune and many more.

By Bus

Hyderabad is well connected with cities like Bangalore (568 km), Chennai (704 km), Calcutta (1588 km) Panaji (698 km), Tirupati (651 km), Aurangabad (548 km), Mumbai (735 km) via excellent roadways. You can easily get state-owned and private buses to Hyderabad.