Necklace Road of Hyderabad is one of the most prominent tourist spots for spending some relaxed moments. The structure of this Necklace Road, more or less resembles the one found along the shores of Mumbai – Queen’s Necklace of Mumbai. Admeasuring around 3 kilometers, Necklace Road acts as a connecting link between three significant parks of Hyderabad – The Lumbini Park, NTR Gardens, and the Sanjeevaiah Park.
So, basically, you can see it stretching between the NTR Gardens and Lumbini Park in Hyderabad; and later extending to the Sanjeevaiah Park of Secunderabad. From Sanjeevaiah Park, it further passes through the Tank Bund Road, which also connects with the NTR Gardens. This is how the 3 km long road acquires its shape of a necklace. This famous tourist road in Hyderabad is bejeweled with a plethora of recreational activities. Besides, it has got a good number of restaurants and eateries to satiate your stomach cravings. Your children will love the different flavored ice-creams, and other quick bites available at the various stalls lining up the entire stretch of the Necklace Road.
The lush green stretch marks the tranquil beauty of this road. Go for an evening walk here, and you will see a massive crowd with their kids and families. Out of all the exciting things to do here, boating at the adjacent lake is one of the greatest pleasures of visiting Necklace Road. It is good to enjoy boating in the evening to witness the light transformations at the Lighted Buddha Statue. Also, there’s a famous amusement cum water park here where you can spend some quality time with your family, kids, and relatives.
Option 1 – You can go for a bus and a subway ride to get yourself transferred from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport and Necklace Road. First of all, search for a bus to drop you at the Shilparamam (Hitech City). From Hitech City, you will get subways after every 20 to 25 minutes to drop you at the Rasoolpura. Once you alight at Rasoolpura, you need to walk for approximately 1.5 km to reach your final destination.
Option 2 – You can alternatively take a bus to Secunderabad first from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. From there, you have trains to drop you to Sanjeevaiah Park, which is situated at approximately 256 meters from the Necklace Road.
Option 3 – You can hire a taxi for a direct transfer from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport to Necklace Road. It will only take 30 to 40 minutes for you to reach your final destination.
Hyderabad is known for both dry and wet seasons, where summer temperatures rise as high as 44 degrees. Likewise, the winter temperature here falls down as low as 8 degrees. Thus, the best time to plan your visit to Hyderabad and, more specifically, to the Necklace Road is anytime between October to March.
During this period, you can expect the temperature to range between 14 and 32 degrees, accompanied by a pleasing climate. This creates an ideal environment to enjoy outdoor recreational and sightseeing activities.