If you are one of those people who plan their travel schedule around food shops and restaurants, then this tour is cooked up just for you. Explore the known food markets, understand this region's food history and participate in some of the cooking. Hyderabad is one of the frequented tourist cities in India for its unique and rich culture, tradition and hues of Nizams. Visit to Hyderabad is incomplete without talking about its food - a rich blend of royal Mughlai flavours, Nizams special, and spice-up culinary traditions of South India.
October - March
Welcome to Hyderabad, the city of Nizams.
On arrival in Hyderabad, you will be transferred to your hotel.
Enjoy the Hyderabadi delicacies and relax at the hotel. Later in evening proceed to Golconda Fort, one of the famous forts of India. The glorious past of the Fort is narrated effectively with matchless Sound and Light effects. The unique Sound & Light show takes you right back in time, when Golconda was full of life, glory and grandeur. Post enjoying the sound & light show proceed to the hotel for dinner.
Overnight in Hyderabad.
This morning, after breakfast proceed for Charminar. An amazing blend of Indo-Islamic architecture, Charminar represents the glorious history of the city. If you are a art lover and enjoy exploring the grandeur of decades old architecture, then not only Charminar, pay a visit to Mecca Masjid and Qutub Shahi Tomb the finest examples of Shahi architecture. Post sightseeing proceed for lunch in Ulavacharu, serves you the best of Andhra, North Indian and Chinese cuisine. Recommended delicacies here are Aavakaya Biryani, Kotha Kodi Vepudu, Prawns Iguru and Mutton Curry. Followed by the lunch, proceed to Salar Jung Museum. The Museum has a magnificent global collection of art objects and antiques not only of Indian origin, but mostly from countries Western, a sizeable collection hails from Middle Eastern and Far Eastern origins. Apart from these, there is a children's section, a rich reference library which contains reference books, large collection of rare manuscripts etc. After exploring the Salar Jung Museum move forward for the interactive cookery demonstration at the Paradise Food Court in Hyderabad. Paradise Food Court is the home of authentic Hyderabadi cuisine, a landmark that lent its name to the neighbourhood. With a unique blend of tradition and innovation, their Chefs bring the exquisite culinary marvels from the royal courts of Nizams to people around the world. Enjoy the delicacies prepared for dinner and return to the hotel.
Overnight in Hyderabad
This morning start your day with breakfast and proceed for Ramoji Film City, a magical realm filled with excitement and wonderful surprises at every turn. Ramoji Film city in Hyderabad is the world’s largest integrated film studio complex at over 9,000 acres of land in the world as certified by Guinness World Record. It is also a popular tourism and recreation centre, containing both natural and artificial attractions including an amusement park. Here you can see lush green landscape and scenery that consists of hills, gardens and lakes. Enjoy the guided tour of Ramoji Film City in Non A/c Coach. Proceed for Lunch in Dil Se (Restaurant inside Ramoji). Return to your hotel and relax. Later in evening proceed for dinner in Sahib Sindh Sultan. This restaurant serves you the best of Mughlai and North Indian delicacies. Also it is known for its Pullman-style carriageway, reminiscent of a mix of the traditions of Indian royalty and the British Raj.
Overnight in Hyderabad
Today bid farewell to your 'Hyderabadi Dawat' tour depart home with the delectable and a lingering taste of Hyderabadi Biryani.
|By Air||: The nearest airport is at Hyderabad (30 kms).|
|By Rail||: The nearest railheads are Hyderabad railway station (5 kms), Secunderabad railway station
(10 kms) and Kachiguda railway station (10 kms).
|By Road||: Hyderabad is connected by road with Vijayawada 280 kms.|