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Hyderabad City Tour - Itinerary and Fares (per Vehicle)
Fixed Itinerary: Qutub Shahi Tombs, Golconda Fort, Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace, Salarjung Museum, and Lumbini Park, at Hussain Sagar Lake.
Timings: 9:00 am to 8.30 pm.
Inclusions: Fares include driver charges, pick up and drop back to residence / hotel (only one location; additional charges applicable for multiple locations).
Exclusions: Entry fees at places of visit, parking and toll charges additional.
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Please select your preferred car below Full Day Hyderabad City Tour
Fares (per Vehicle)
Tata Indica Ac (4 seater) Rs.3230
Tata Indigo Ac (4 seater) Rs.3710
Tavera /Qualis Ac (6 seater) Rs.4310
Toyota Innova Ac (6 seater) Rs.4310
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What Happens Next??


1) Pay securely online through CC Avenue, (India’s largest payment gateway).

2) Receive Email & SMS confirmation of BRN (booking reference number).

3) Receive Driver details by SMS & email 2 hours prior to journey.

4) Present Printout to Cab Driver & Enjoy your Tour.


Additional Charges for Deviations


Additional charges as indicated below will apply in case you retain the vehicle beyond the package timings or if there are multiple pick up and drops enroute. Or if there is a deviation in the suggested itinerary. The package charges are for pick up and drop back at one location only.
  • For Indica Ac, Rs.9.25/km and Rs.90/hour.
  • For Indigo, Rs.14/km and Rs.80/hour.
  • For Tavera Non Ac, Rs.10/km and Rs.110/hour.
  • For Innova Ac, Rs.18.5/km and Rs.125/hour.


 

Hyderabad Darshan City Sightseeing Tour Package - Guide for a Memorable Trip


Hyderabad Darshan City Sightseeing Tour Package -
Guide for a Memorable Trip provides you with details of the places to visit, must do & must see things and also time recommendations.

Places of Visit Must See / Do Things Timings Closed On Suggested Duration Plan to Depart By Entry Fees
Qutub Shahi Tombs Tombs set in a landscaped garden 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Open on all days 30 mins 10:30 am Rs.20 per Person
Golconda Fort Fateh Darwaza and its wonderful acoustic engineering
Bala Hisar Pavilion for its spectacular panoramic views
Ruins of the palaces & royal buildings inside the fort
9:00 am to 5:00 pm Closed on Mondays 90 mins 12:15 pm Rs.10/- for Indians, Rs.100/- for Foreigners.
Lunch (NOT COMPLIMENTARY) 30 to 45 minutes – Suggested Restaurants: Hotel Shadab (Ghansi Bazaar), The Venue Residency (Nampally), Hotel Sandarshini (Masab Tank). Plan to finish lunch by 1:45pm.
Charminar Indo-Islamic architecture of the monument
Stucco work on the across the structure
9:00 am to 5:00 p.m Open all days 30 mins 2:30 pm Rs.5 for Indians and Rs.100 for Foriegners
Chowmahalla Palace Khilwat Mubarak Durbar Hall – beautiful interior decorations
Rolls Royce used as a dustbin by the Nizams
Clock with miniature military band going-by every hour
10:00 am to 5:00 p.m Closed On Fridays 45 mins 3:30 pm Rs. 25 for Indians and Rs.150 for Foreigners
Salarjung Museum Dagger belonging to Emperor Jehangir, Emperor Aurangzeb’s sword, Maharaja Tipu Sultan’s wardrobe, and many other rare artifacts from the bygone era. 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Closed on Fridays 90 mins 5:00 pm Rs.15 for Indians and Rs.150 for foriegners
Lumbini Park, at Hussain Sagar Lake Scenic sunsets with the Buddha Statue in the foreground
Water sports
9:00 am to 9:00 pm Open on all days. 90 mins 7:30 pm Rs.10 per person

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Hyderabad Darshan City Sightseeing Tour Package


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Qutub Shahi Tombs


Qutub Shahi Tombs complex contains the tombs of the royals of the Shahi Dynasty.

The tombs of the Emperors are marked with golden spires and are of two stories when compared to tombs of other royals in the complex.

Qutub Shahi tombs are set in a large landscaped garden.

The tombs in this complex are built using a combination of Indian, Persian and Pashtun architecture.

Qutub Shahi Tombs Entry Timings: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Qutub Shahi Tombs Entry Fees: Rs. 20 per person.

Golconda Fort


Golconda Fort was the seat of power of the Golconda Kingdom from 1518 to 1687 – a rein of 171 years. Golconda Fort has four distinct forts inside built in different eras and occupies a span of over 11 kilometers.

The Fateh Darwaza or the victory gate through which Aurangzeb’s troops entered the fort has an amazing acoustic effect – if you clap here – it can be heard clearly at Bala Hisar pavilion (highest point of the fort) which is about a kilometer away. The Golconda Fort was a mud fortress and its origins can be traced to earlier reigns of Kakatiyas and Yadavas.

The world famous diamond “Koh-i-noor” was taken by Aurangzeb from Golconda Fort after his victory to Delhi (now part of the English Crown Jewels in London). The Golconda Fort’s vaults once held other large diamonds like, Hope Diamond (now at Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C., USA), Regent Diamond (Louvre, Paris, France), Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond (once part of Austrian and Bavarian Crown Jewels) Princie Diamond, Noor-ol-Aim and the largest of them all Dariya-ye-Noor (Treasury of National Jewels, Tehran, Iran ).

Golconda Fort Entry Timings: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Closed on Mondays.
Golconda Fort Entry Fees: Rs. 10 for Indians & Rs. 100 for Foreigners.

 

Views of the Golconda Fort




View of Charminar




 

Charminar


Charminar was built by Qutub Shah in 1591 in commemoration of the second Islamic Millennium Year. It is also said that a plague came to an end during the same time and Qutub Shah had prayed for the end of the plague at this very place where the Charminar was built. Charminar was built as the center of the city of Hyderabad in Indo-Islamic architecture, the city was split into four quadrants with Char Kaman or the 4 gateways.

Hyderabad was built on the ancient trade route which connected Golconda to the port city of Machilipatnam. Charminar is constructed with granite, limestone, powdered marble and mortar. A mosque occupies the top floor of the structure – which was also used a court during the Qutub Shah time.

Charminar Entry Timings: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Open on all days.
Charminar Entry Fees: Rs. 5 for Indians & Rs. 100 for Foreigners.


Chowmahalla Palace


Chowmahalla Palace was completed in 1869 (construction was started in 1750) and was the seat of power of the Asaf Jahi Dynasty – the Nizam Rulers of the state of Hyderabad.

Since the Chowmahalla Palace was built over a long period of time by different kings – there are many structures and many styles of architecture used as well.

Khilwat Mubarak – a main structure in the palace complex was used as the Durbar Hall. Khilwat Mubarak is decorated with intricate work on the pillars, walls and ceiling, and decorated with exquisite Belgian glass chandeliers. Khilwat Mubarak is where the Nizam’s entertained the British Governor Generals.

On exhibition is a Rolls Royce which was used as a dustbin by the Nizams along with other antique cars, royal palanquins, royal elephant seats and a clock with a miniature military band going-by every hour.

Chowmahalla Palace Entry Timings: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Closed on Fridays.
Chowmahalla Palace Entry Fees: Rs.25 for Indians & Rs.150 for Foreigners.


 

Views of Chowmahalla Palace




Views of Salarjung Museum




 

Salarjung Museum


Salarjung Museum is the 3rd largest museum in India and is a private collection of Nawab Mir Yusuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III, Prime Minister of the Nizam of Hyderabad.

More than 35,000 artifacts on display here were collected over a period of time from all over the world dating back to the 1st century.

Some of key exhibits are: Dagger belonging to Emperor Jehangir, Emperor Aurangzeb’s sword, Maharaja Tipu Sultan’s wardrobe, and many more from the bygone era.

Salarjung Museum Entry Timings: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Closed on Fridays.
Salarjung Museum Entry Fees: Rs. 15 for Indians & Rs.150 for foreigners.


Lumbini Park, at Hussain Sagar Lake


Hussain Sagar Lake was built as a dam in 1562 by Hazrat Hussain Shah Wali during the rule of Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah. The dam was built for supplying water to the city of Hyderabad and also irrigating the surrounding area. The Hussain Sagar lake unites Hyderabad and Secunderabad – the twin cities.

As part of the Buddha Purnima Project, a giant monolithic statue of Buddha was installed on Gibraltar – a rock in the middle of the lake and Lumbini Park was opened with gardens and watersports activities including boat rides to visit the Buddha Statue. Lumbini Park is a pleasant place to enjoy the sunsets with beautiful view of the promenade and the Buddha Statue.

Lumbini Park Timings: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm. Open on all days.
Lumbini Park Entry Fee: Rs.10 per person.

Lumbini Park Attractions: Rs.45 for boating, Rs.60 for water-scooter, Rs.250 for speedboat, Rs.50 for laser show (all per person rates).


 

Views of Hussain Sagar Lake




Hyderabad Sightseeing


Hyderabad Sightseeing is an idealweekend getaway with-in the city. Hyderabad is a 500 year old city on the banks of the river Musi was the seat of the Nizams. Hyderabad is known for its architectural beauty in monuments like the Charminar in the Old City. Hyderabad has a big water body in the middle of the city - Husain Sagar Lake. Secunderabad and Hyderabad are twin cities separated by the Husain Sagar Lake. You can book Car Rentals in Hyderabad, Hyderabad Cabs, Rent A Car Hyderabad, Cab Services in Hyderabad right here on taxiGUIDE.in

 


 

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Hyderabad Sightseeing Tour - Inclusions:


Hyderabad Sightseeing Tour includes:
+ Pickup and drop to Hotel / Residence.
+ Vehicle hire, fuel, driver charges and interstate taxes.
+ Pick up from and drop off at your place of residence.
+ The route or sequence of viewing of Hyderabad Sightseeing Tour places covered cannot be changed.

Kindly Note:
Guests are requested to plan their time for the itinerary of the day, the driver or taxiGUIDE.in will not be responsible for any inability to cover all the items on the itinerary due to delays / extra time spent in any place visited.

Please note that if a particular Attraction is closed on a specific day, it will not be covered from the list of places to visit.

 

Hyderabad Sightseeing Tours - Exclusions:


Hyderabad Sightseeing Tours Does not include :
- Boarding (Food) and Lodging (Accommodation).
- Guide charges (Guests have to engage Guides on their own if required).
- Parking and entry charges at each Bangalore Sightseeing Place.
- Highway Toll charges along sections of the highway.
- Car Rental charges for beyond designted route and number of hours.
- Route change is not allowed and stopping for dinner, etc will be charged extra.

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Hyderabad Sightseeing - More Information


Wiki page on Hyderabad

Lonelyplanet Page on Sights in Hyderabad and Secunderabad

TripAdvisor Page on Recommended Attractions in Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh Tourism Page on Hyderabad

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