^† Temporary Joint Capital with Andhra Pradesh not more than 10 years Common for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
5.0 based on 49 reviews
Welcome to Somara. A one stop destination for your family's ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation. Our contemporary, yet conventional service models are designed to cater to the varied needs of customers across genders and age brackets.
I had had amazing spa experience. I would give 10 out of 10. If you are looking for good and professional spa, then u must visit Somara Spa. They are extremely professional and hve very good hospitality... They have positive environment and gives very good vibes.. very different from general spa ... The massage was mind blowing.. best and authentic spa, I can say...they use branded and quality products..... Easily one can say best spa in Hyderabad... Thanks team....
4.5 based on 937 reviews
Taj Falaknuma Palace, the former palace of the Nizam of Hyderabad is now a Taj heritage hotel. Set in the restored 1894 palace of the Nizam of Hyderabad, this opulent hotel is 2 km from Falaknuma train station and 4 km from the landmark 16th-century Charminar.
4.5 based on 4,406 reviews
A must visit area for history lovers and it's really a nice place u would love to see the heritage and there is amazing view of Hyderabad city from it. Only issue local guys carve their names on the monuments making it look real bad...sometimes, some places. Yeah the kind of crowd goes in generally is pathetic.
4.5 based on 2,803 reviews
Salar Jung Museum is a collection or arts, artifacts, jewels from around the world. Salar Jung III was the Prime Minister of the Nizam of Hyderabad and his love for collecting artifacts is showcased in this museum. However, not all of his collections is displayed here. A few of the famous ones are Lord Vishnu sleeping on a serpent (made out of granite), The Veiled Rebecca (marble statue), The British Bracket Clock (a small toy comes out and hits the gong every hour), The Jade room, Double Statue of Mephistopheles & Margaretta (carved out of single piece of wood it has 2 distinct faces on either side). There are paintings by Raja Ravi Varma as well. It will take more than an entire day to visit all the rooms and look at all the artifacts. Atleast keep 2-3 hours aside to walk through the galleries. There is also a small souvenier shop on the ground floor. On a weekend the queues are long and try not to go on a public holiday as one cannot enjoy the artifacts in peace :) I have been to this museums multiple times and every time I lay my eyes on something new which I may have not looked at previously.
4.5 based on 1,767 reviews
Recently reopened palace, has four parts. The coronation palace is very beautiful as is the palace which served as guest house for visiting royalty. The palace has also on display some antique cars including a 1912 silver ghost Rolls Royce.
4.5 based on 4,161 reviews
Visitors can learn all about the local film industry here, which is one of the largest in India.
We opted for a one-day package. The whole place is well organized right from the entry. We were guided neatly by the staff in every place. The first step is a bus tour where you are taken along the places where usually the film shooting happens for different scenes. One staff explains as we travel along. We get down at one place, see around and then take another bus to go to another place. All these are neatly arrange without any confusion. The highlight of the visit was Bahubali set where we spent a lot of time. They also have other activities like studio attractions, wild west stunt show (this was just brilliant) etc., A surprising thing was the wide variety of birds they have in the bird park. If you are a bird lover, don't miss this! In the evening, there was a entertainment show followed by the carnival parade. Both of them were thoroughly enjoyable. This place has many more to its list of attractions. Definitely worth the visit. Tip: 1. Better to go as early as possible as it gets crowded later 2. If you are on one-day package and if you like to see stunts, cinema making etc., it's better to complete them first and then take the guided tour. Check for the bus timings also to make a decision 3. The restaurants get very crowded during lunch time. Plan yours accordingly 4. They have photographers. It is good to make use of them and get good photos (this is a paid service, but worth it)
4.5 based on 1,250 reviews
Indias believes god Balaji alot it's place where you can get some peace of your busy lifestyles make free time and visit this place I'm sure you people love it.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Sacred place.Very well maintained.Rituals are followed .They go by the book.On the whole gives a divine feeling .
4.5 based on 339 reviews
Our Daily GoTo Walking Park, Beautiful Peacocks Welcoming Us Always, Paid Walking Area Has Well Maintained Walkways and Secured Paths. See a Lot of Friends, VVIPs and alike getting their Health in Place.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Near warangal in Telangana state. Built by the kaktiyas. The symettry and exquisite carvings leave you spellbound. A single stone column gives 7 different sounds. A huge nandi beckons the visitors. The carvings around the temple can best be explained by sekhar, the local guide. It's a must visit place
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