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The capital of Telangana in Southern India, Hyderabad is a growing metropolis that retains its rich historical roots. The district is divided into two parts: The Old City, where the historical attractions are, and the New City, which is a developed metropolis with skyscrapers and modern suburbs. The New City is where you can find most Hyderabad hotels, restaurants and pubs. Hyderabad is also a budding IT hub — the India headquarters of technology giants Google and Microsoft are located here.
Tourist attractions are mainly located in the Old City, where historical monuments and temples are easily explored. The Charminar, a monument and mosque erected in the 1500s by a sultan, is one of the most popular sights. Check out other attractions like the Makkah Masjid, one of the oldest mosques in the country, and the Chowmahalla Palace, which was built by the Nizams in the 1700s. It's best to visit the Old City early in the day, when the crowds and traffic are lighter.
Hotels in Hyderabad are not hard to find when you’re done exploring and looking for a soft bed to land in. Accommodation types range from high-end to cheap hotels in Hyderabad, most of which are located in the New City.
To fully enjoy your Hyderabad holiday, embrace the local transport options, such as the auto rickshaw. Auto rickshaws are India's version of a tricycle, and are widely used by locals. Be warned that these vehicles will charge higher for tourists and non-local passengers.
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Hotels in Hyderabad start at AU$36 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.