Hyderabad is a significant tourism, business and IT hub of India and is the beautiful capital of Andhra Pradesh. Often referred to be the ‘Pearl City’ of India, this land has vivid attractions ranging from gardens, resorts, parks to heritage buildings. A contrasting experience can be viewed at Srinagar which is the next planned destination of the trip. It is often considered to be the winter capital of Jammu & Kashmir. Both the cities draw the attention of travelers from all parts of the globe.
What to visit in Hyderabad?
The name Golconda finds its root in “Golla Konda”, which means Shepherd’s Hill. The fort was originally constructed during the period of Yadava Dynasty. The Golconda fort dates back to 13th century. The acoustics effects are excellent in the fort. If you clap your hands at Fateh Darwaza, the sound can be clearly heard at Bala Hissar, which is located a kilometer away. The royal palaces and whispering walls are some of its main attractions.
The first tourist attraction that comes to mind when you think of Hyderabad is Charminar, which is located in the heart of the city. Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah constructed this monument in the year 1591. The architecture of Charminar reflects Cazia style. The four minarets are 48.7 meter tall. There is a mosque and 45 prayer spaces inside Charminar. Do not get discouraged by the crowd there if you want to have a feel of the old city and its culture.
This ancient mosque is more than 400 years old and was built by the founder of Hyderabad, Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah. He personally laid the foundation stone and planned the whole city around this mosque, making it the centerpiece of the same. The central arch of the mosque was built from the soil especially bought from Mecca and one of the rooms here is believed to have the hair of prophet Muhammad. A visit here is recommended for people of all faiths for its historic, religious and architectural importance.
Nehru zoological Park
The 300-acre park with over 1500 wildlife was established in the year 1959 and inaugurated in 1963. You will find lion, royal Bengal tiger, white tiger, rhinoceros, orangutan and a lot more. Reptiles such as Indian cobra, star tortoises, and giant tortoises are also here. Elephant rides are available to enjoy the lush greenery here. Some other main attractions in this area include Lion Safari Park, Children’s Train and Natural History Museum.
What to visit in Srinagar?
Spread over 15km around, Dal Lake is Srinagar’s jewel, a vast, mirror-flat sheet of water reflecting the carved wooden balconies of the houseboats and the misty peaks of the Pir Panjal mountains. Scenic views of the lake can be witnessed from the shore line Mughal gardens, such as Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh built during the reign of Mughal Emperor.
The name is quite familiar it is a heli base for Amarnath Yatra or a beautiful link connecting Srinagar and Kargil I say it’s a destination worth stay. Located about 90 km to the north east of Srinagar, Sonamarg is being visited for many reasons. It is registered on the minds of tourists and tour operators as a connecting link between Srinagar and Kargil. For those who are determined to take a road way to Leh, Sonamarg is a must-visit stop.
Pahalgam is not just a hill station; it is much more than that. You can camp/pinic at Betaab Valley, watch the power of Lidder river, walk around and shop at the great Aru valley, hike the mesmerizing glacial beauty of chandanwari at Pahalgam. Call it the urge to explore the pleasing valleys or simply an excursion to Pahalgam to get away from fast pace life.
Gulmarg is a crown of jammu & kashmir as said by the locals of j&k is also stand by its name Meadows of Flower. The place present a complete bloom-showers in the summer season with beautiful flowers like daisies and bluebells. Gulmarg forms the most popular or the golden triangle of tourism in kashmir. The place is well-known for having the worlds highest and asia’s longest cable car project which is called Gulmarg Gandola.
So, book flight tickets from Hyderabad to Srinagar and view the beauty of India