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You're Going to Love Hyderabad

Big, sprawling Hyderabad is full of life; you can enjoy the bustle of a traditional market, head over to one of the city's many video gaming centers or an amusement park, and then finish off your day at a sleek fine dining restaurant.

Hyderabad serves as the capital city for the province of Telangana in Southern India. It's a center for India's burgeoning technology industry (earning it the nickname "Cyberabad"), and that's brought a cosmopolitan scene of dining, shopping, and entertainment options to the city. Hyderabad sees thousands of business travelers on a daily basis, but the high-tech giants like Microsoft India exist alongside a 400-year-old city center with a rich history and culture.

Hyderabad and Secunderabad were once twin cities, located at opposite sides of Hussain Sagar Lake. Today, the two have merged into one giant municipal area that blossoms out around the lake. From the office towers to the Old City and its many historical monuments, Hyderabad is waiting for you to discover its many charms.

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When to Visit Hyderabad

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The most popular time for tourist visits is from November to February, when the city's tropical climate takes a somewhat milder turn. Average temperatures range between about 60 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit. The period between March to about June sees temperatures rise to more than 110 degrees Fahrenheit, and monsoon season extends from July to October, when heavy rains are common.

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How to Get to Hyderabad

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Where to Stay in Hyderabad

At the Taj Falaknuma Palaca, you'll stay in palatial grandeur. The luxury hotel was once a genuine palace, and includes Italian sculptures and a 100-seat dining table, among many other treasures. Taj Krishna and Taj Banjara are just two of the city's many modern hotels, offering stylish decor and upscale amenities. The Raj Classic Inn is clean and budget priced, with a convenient location near the bus station.

Popular Neighborhoods in Hyderabad

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Shopping Streets

Punjagutta and Ameerpet, in the western areas of the city, have developed into shopping meccas, home to enormous shopping malls. This is also a good place to look for bargains on jewelry, with several of the city's best shops located in this area. The so-called "golden mile" for shopping in Hyderabad extends from the Begumpet Flyover area to Banjara Hills, and includes a string of shopping malls, designer boutiques, and many, many jewelry stores.

Groceries and Other

Vijetha Supermarket has several locations in the city, along with Ratnadeep Super Market. There are also several online grocery options like Grocerkart. A quart of milk costs about ₹52 and a dozen eggs about ₹60.

Cheap meal
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₹ 144
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
₹ 2,132
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Single public transport ticket
₹ 19
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Cappuccino
₹ 99

Where to Eat in Hyderabad

For upscale Asian fusion cuisine in a stylish rooftop lounge, look to SO. The Sky Kitchen, with main dishes that start at ₹375. When you visit the Charminar, you can stop at Nimrah, a classic Indian cafe where you can sample tasty baked goods that start at ₹3. For classic biryani and local cuisine, head to Paradise in Secunderabad, where you can choose from five dining rooms and mains that start at ₹200.