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Hyderabad travel guide
Immerse yourself in India’s “City of Pearls” when you book a flight to Hyderabad. Teeming with friendly locals, foodie destinations and plenty of sight-seeing opportunities, this city will not disappoint.
Book your flight to Hyderabad and find a variety of airfares to suit your needs. If you’re travelling for work, or are looking for a little extra luxury, Business Class will be perfect for you. We’ll speed you through check-in and then security before you relax in a dedicated premium lounge. Onboard, you’ll enjoy Italian leather seats and delicious meals. Book an Economy seat and you’ll experience comfort from the word go and travel to central India in style.
We strive to make our flights as streamlined and enjoyable as possible. That’s why we’ve rolled out our online check-in service across a variety of our departure destinations. Our aircraft are also decked out with all the latest mod-cons, designed with your comfort in mind. Be entertained by your personal HD touchscreen, browse the web with our award-winning WiFi and indulge in duty free shopping from your ergonomically-designed seat.
We’ve got your culinary needs covered. too. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase throughout your flight or you can pre-order from our internationally-inspired menu and take your pick from a range of delicious hot meals.
Visit a majestic palace
Discover the opulence of Hyderabad’s royalty with a visit to Chowmahalla Palace. Wander the luxurious rooms filled with intriguing historical exhibits and explore the pretty tree-lined courtyards.
Relax in an urban haven
Escape the rush of the city and head to Lumbini Park. Enjoy a gentle stroll through the relaxing surroundings and enjoy the comforting sounds of musical fountains. This leafy location will provide the perfect escape on your city break.
Explore the old city
Venture through a maze of merchant-filled lanes in the Old City and soak up the architectural history of this enchanting pocket of Hyderabad. Packed with markets, huge mosques and delicious food stalls, this district is your one stop shop for a taste of culture and local heritage.
Brimming with culture, history and delicious cuisine, Hyderabad ticks all the boxes if you’re searching for an exotic travel destination. Tucked between north and south India, this city has plenty to offer every visitor.
Discover ancient Hyderabad
Uncover the history of this dynamic destination when you head to the ancient district. Start your exploration into Hyderabad’s past with a visit to Charminar, the city’s prized landmark. Sitting right at the heart of the bazaar district, the monument was erected in the 16th century to commemorate the founding of the city.
From there, head to the western edge of Hyderabad and see the impressive Golconda Fort. Perched atop a hill, the magnificent 16th century citadel looms over the surrounding landscape and stretches out for 11km, creating an impenetrable fortress. Although very old, Golconda Fort is a must-visit destination, offering incredible views across the Deccan foothills. Just 2km from Golconda Fort you’ll find the Qutb Shahi Tombs sitting in tranquil gardens. Seven of the eight Qutb Shahi rulers were buried here, making it a poignant historic landmark on your Hyderabad sightseeing list.
Shop like a local
Retail therapy in this city is like no other. Bazaars will be your go-to for all things shopping in Hyderabad. Named the “City of Pearls” the Lad Bazaar has helped this Indian metropolis cement that moniker. Explore the glistening stalls and barter for a deal just like the locals. While you shop, keep an eye out for Malkha cloth. Made entirely in Hyderabad, take this soft cloth home with you for a souvenir of your time in the city.
Indulge in local cuisine
When in Hyderabad, feasting on the local food is a must. Start off by sampling a delicious mirchi bhajji at one of the city’s many street stalls for a pre-dinner snack. These chilli fritters pack a powerful punch and are often served with a cup of tea. For your evening meal, tuck into a Hyderabadi biryani and enjoy a traditional meal, bursting with the colour flavours of the region.
Before you head to Hyderabad, check with your embassy about any visa requirements.
While in Hyderabad, you’ll use the Indian Rupee (RUP). Commonly used notes include: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 2,000.
Telugu and Urdu are the most common languages spoken in Hyderabad, however English is also frequently used.
Expect warm weather all year round in Hyderabad. Temperatures drop to 19 °C between October and December and reach heights of 41 °C between April and June.
Buses and autorickshaws are easy modes of transport to use in the city. The bus system covers the majority of the Hyderabad, making it a convenient way to get around, while autorickshaws are quick and private. To get around yourself, hire a car and open up Hyderabad and beyond.