Reach Secunderabad


With an international airport in Hyderabad, three railway stations and a number of highways surrounding this twin city of Hyderabad, one can reach Secunderabad in the most convenient and comfortable way.

Due to the fact that the city of Secunderabad is strategically located beside Hyderabad, it is very well connected to the rest of the world. Hyderabad is a major metropolitan city in India and is easily accessible by all means of transport from anywhere in India. Secunderabad, the twin city of Hyderabad, benefits because of its location and enjoys easy accessibility from other places.

Reach Secunderabad by Air



The city of Secunderabad is in close proximity to the Hyderabad airport. This airport is divided into international and domestic terminals with the former being known as Rajiv Gandhi International Terminal. Several regular international flights operate from this international terminal. The latter is known as N.T. Rama Rao Domestic Terminal and a large number of domestic flights operate from there.

Reach Secunderabad by Road



The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation, which is known as APSRTC in short, has a well-maintained system of roads in the state and links the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad to a large number of places. The head office of this corporation is also situated in Secunderabad.

Reach Secunderabad by Rail



The head office of the Southern and Central railways is situated in Secunderabad itself. Numerous trains ply from this railway station in Secunderabad. Apart from this railway station, there are two other railway stations in its twin city, Hyderabad. These are known as Kacheguda Railway Station and Hyderabad Railway Station or Nampally. Secunderabad is an important railway station where all the up and down trains from Hyderabad halt.




     


     

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