Excursions from Secunderabad


Boosted by the option of some exciting excursions from Secunderabad, the city's tourism industry has grown considerably. Nestled beside the wonderful Hussain Sagar Lake, the city itself is a nice place to visit. Tourists in the city have a gala time visiting the places to see around Secunderabad. Some of the tourist attractions in and around Secunderabad include:
  • Birla Mandir
  • Falaknuma Palace
  • Gandipet
  • Golconda Fort
  • Raymond Tomb
  • Sanghi Temple
  • St.Josephs Cathedral
  • Mecca Masjid
  • Qutb Shahi Tombs
  • Ramoji Film City
  • Birla Planetarium
  • Charminar

The Birla Mandir is one of the famous destinations in Secunderabad, equally popular with the religious minded people and general tourists. The temple presents an enchanting blend of modern and traditional South Indian architectures. Another architectural masterpiece near Secunderabad is the Falaknuma Palace. Situated atop a 2000 feet high hill, the magnificent palace brings back memories of the royal days.

Gandipet or Osman Sagar, on the other hand, pleases with its scenic beauty. One of the popular picnic spots near Secunderabad, Gandipet offers recreational activities like rowing and boating. The Golconda Fort, with a touch of history, is an excursion with a difference. Built by the Kalkatiya Kings, who once ruled the area, Golconda Fort also serves as a lovely trekking destination.

The unparallel Ramoji Film City is perhaps the most visited tourist destination around Secunderabad. The first of its kind in India, this magnanimous entertainment center mesmerizes adult and children alike.

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