15 Places to Visit Hyderabad in 2 Days: 2020(Updated List)
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Places to Visit Hyderabad in 2 Days includes Salar Jung Museum, Charminar, Golconda Fort, Taj Falaknuma Palace, Taramati Baradari, Lumbini Park, Qutub Shahi Tombs, Chowmahalla Palace and many other places.

Popularly known as the City of Nawabs, there is no dearth of places to visit in Hyderabad in 2 days. The capital of the state of Telangana boasts of places like the Salar Jung Museum, Chowmahalla Palace and even the Charminar, which are amongst the must visit places in the city. In addition to places of historical importance, the city is full of parks and gardens, for those who wish to relax and rejuvenate. These include the Lumbini Park or the Hussain Sagar Lake, where you can get respite from the otherwise busy city. From lunch at Paradise Biryani, or a glimpse of history at Qutub Shahi Tombs, there is a lot one can do when visiting the city for a couple of days. All of the places in Hyderabad exude a certain mystery, along with the old charm of the eras gone by.  

Filled with the tales of war, conquest, love and even mysteries, one can choose from a lot of places to visit when in Hyderabad for 2 days. Starting from the places of historical importance like the Salar Jung Museum and Chowmahalla Palace, you can end your day at Begum Bazaar. You can also spend half a day at Ramoji Film City. The places in the following list are some of the most important and famous tourist attractions in Hyderabad, which should be visited at least once. 

Places to Visit in Hyderabad on Day 1

01

Salar Jung Museum

Salar Jung Museum

To start off your list of places to visit in Hyderabad in 2 days, you should visit the Salar Jung Museum, which is also the third largest museum in India. Amongst the best places to visit in the city, the museum boasts of a mesmerising collection of artefacts not just from India, but also from Egypt, Persia as well as Syria, among other places. The museum has over 35 galleries which house these artefacts, dating back to the times gone by. 

Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, popularly known as Salar Jung III, founded the museum in the erstwhile Hyderabad state. Some of the things you must definitely see whilst on a visit to Salar Jung Museum include the illustrated 13
th century copies of the holy book of Quran. Additionally, the museum also has the veiled statue of Rebecca, which is sculpted in Italian marble, along with the Jade collection and the famous clock which is over 200 years old.

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Charminar

Charminar

One of the best things to see in Hyderabad in 2 days is none other than the world-famous Charminar. Built in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, Charminar is what defines the city of Hyderabad. This structurally was essentially built as a mosque, offering picturesque views of the City of Pearls, especially once the sun sets. 

Located in the heart of the city, Charminar gets its name from its four minarets. Furthermore, it is one of the few living reminders of the glorious days of Hyderabad from what it was in bygone eras. The four minarets here represent the four Prophets of Islam. Made of granite, marble, mortar and limestone, Charminar also has a very beautiful spiral staircase which leads visitors up to the mosque and the balconies.

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Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort

Another one of the historical places to visit in 2 days when in Hyderabad is the Golconda Fort. This medieval fort which used to overlook the entire city, can now be seen in ruins today. Having seen the reign of several dynasties, the fort ruins are located 11 kilometres away from the bustling city limits. One of the most attractive parts about the fort is that it still gives us a glimpse of the well-planned city of Golconda within its premises.

Additionally, you can also see the remnants of the different layers of fortification here, along with the various mosques, reservoirs, granaries, audience chambers as well as the rooms of the royalty here. Golconda Fort is also known for its genius system of water supply. Moreover, you can also find the famous Fateh Rahben here, which is amongst the cannons used in the last siege of Golconda by Aurangzeb.

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Taj Falaknuma Palace

Taj Falaknuma Palace

Spread across a whopping 32 acres and located 2000 feet above the city level of Hyderabad is one of the most famous things to see in Hyderabad in 2 days, known as the Taj Falaknuma Palace. Looking every bit as royal as it sounds, this palace is a great piece of royal architecture. Often referred to as the Mirror of Sky, the Taj Falaknuma Palace has taken inspiration from the Italian style of architecture and houses Venetian chandeliers in its premises, along with an elegant décor and the old-world charm of the Nizams. 

Some of the best things to see at the Taj Falaknuma Palace are the marble staircases and rooms, the rosewood dining table, a huge library as well as the scintillating views of the Chowmahalla Palace and the Golconda Fort.

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Taramati Baradari

Taramati Baradari

Located on the top of a beautiful hill, the rustic Taramati Baradari is amongst the best places of attraction in Hyderabad. Located just outside the popular Golconda Fort, it boasts of 12 magnificent entrances.

In addition to a music hall and art gallery, the semi-arched Taramati Baradari is also home to the Taramati Gana Mandir and the Premathi Nritya Mandi, named after the two sisters who used to perform here. They were the entertainers of Abdullah Qutub Shah, the seventh Sultan of Golconda. 
Additionally, you can also find an in-house restaurant and an exquisite open-air theatre here, along with other attractions.

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Lumbini Park

Lumbini Park

Located in the centre of the city, Lumbini Park is another one of the best places to visit in Hyderabad in 2 days. This modern urban park ranks amongst the top tourist attractions in the City of Pearls. Best for enjoying a stroll, picnics or simply soaking in the lush greenery, Lumbini Park is a place where you can enjoy a great light and sound show as well. 

Named after the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal, the park is located near the picturesque Hussain Sagar Lake and has a majestic statue of the Buddha situated near it. People visiting the park can take a boat ride to reach the statue from the park. One of the other major attractions of Lumbini Park is the presence of beautiful waterfalls, which add to its opulence.

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Qutb Shahi Tombs

Qutb Shahi Tombs

One of the historical places to visit in Hyderabad are the Qutub Shahi Tombs, set against the picturesque backdrop of verdant Ibrahim Bagh. Also known as the final resting place of the rulers of Hyderabad’s founding dynasty, the tombs boast of an amazing old-world charm, almost transporting you back to the centuries gone by. 

Constructed using the majestic Hindu, Pathan and Persian styles of architecture, Qutub Shahi Tombs were erected as a dedication to the seven rulers of Golconda, who rules the city for almost 170 years.

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Hussain Sagar Lake

Hussain Sagar Lake

Known as the largest artificial lake in all of Asia, Hussain Sagar Lake is one of the best things to see in Hyderabad in 2 days. Commissioned in 1563 by Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah, the lake is famous for its statue of Lord Buddha which is situated right in its centre. Lying on a tributary of the Musi River, Hussain Sagar Lake is also known as Tank Bund. Furthermore, it connects the city of Hyderabad to that of Secunderabad.

You can enjoy a wide range of activities here, including fishing, boating and other water sports. Moreover, you can also stand here and enjoy the sparkling lake once the night sets in. The Hussain Sagar Lake has a very unique heart-shaped outline, and it is because of this that the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has declared it as the “Heart of the World.”

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Chowmahalla Palace

Chowmahalla Palace

Known as the official residence of the then Nizams, the Chowmahalla Palace is amongst the best historical places to visit in Hyderabad in 2 days. The entire palace took over a century to be fully built. However, upon completion, one can see the similarities between Chowmahalla and the Palace for the Shah of Iran. As of today, it is one of the few places which can take you back to the times gone by and give you a glimpse of the architectural tastes of the Hyderabadi Nizams. 

Spread across a staggering 40 acres of land, the Chowmahalla Palace has minute details in its structure, along with rich, opulent interiors boasting of a royal charm. In addition to the two courtyards, you can also find the amazing Durbar here, complete with a magnificent chandelier.

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Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City

Amongst the places to visit in 2 days in the City of Pearls is the world famous Ramoji Film City. Designed around the theme of cinema, Ramoji Film City is not just grand, but also one of the haunted destinations in Hyderabad. This one-of-a-kind place caters to all kinds of travellers, and was built back in 1991 by Ramoji Rao. 

Expanding over 2500 acres, Ramoji Film City is the world’s largest film studio complex according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Furthermore, it is at Ramoji where 20 film units can operate at a single time, together. Additionally, Ramoji Film City is also home to a wide range of locations for shooting. These include the Japanese Gardens, London Streets, the Hollywood sign, an airport, hospitals and much more.

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Mecca Masjid

Mecca Masjid

One of the heritage monuments and places to visit in Hyderabad in 2 days is the Mecca Masjid. One of the oldest mosques of the city, the Mecca Masjid is also the biggest mosque in the entire country. Dating back to over 400 years, this mosque was made from the soil brought from Mecca, which gives it the name.

Ranking among the top tourist places of Hyderabad, the Mecca Masjid is one of the very few remnants of the erstwhile Hyderabad. Its great structure and the opulent architecture are what adds to its charm as well. Furthermore, it has three arches, which are all carved from a single granite, as are the minarets and balconies here.

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Lunch at Paradise Biryani

Lunch at Paradise Biryani

One of the best things to do when visiting Hyderabad is to have a scrumptious lunch at Paradise Biryani. With over 15 branches all around the country, Paradise is a legendary restaurant that opened up first in the City of Nawabs as a small café in 1953. It is one place in the whole world which is synonymous with Hyderabadi biryani. 

Along with its Mutton Biryani and Chicken Dum Biryani, Paradise is also famous for its Mirchi Salan, along with the Chicken Hara Bhara Kebab and Galouti Kebab, amongst other dishes. Popular among locals and tourists alike, you can also indulge in other cuisines at Paradise, in addition to having the traditional buttery biryani here.

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Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir

Another one of the important things to see in Hyderabad in 2 days is the magnificent Birla Mandir. Perched atop the Naubat Pahad, a few kilometres away from the Golconda Fort, Birla Mandir has been built in dedication of Lord Venkateshwara. The picturesque temple is made of over 2000 tons of exquisite white marble from Rajasthan. Known for its idyllic and peaceful ambience, the temple also boasts of a great blend of the Rajasthani, Dravidian and Utkala styles of architecture. 

It is located at the south end of the Hussain Sagar Lake. Moreover, upon visiting the temple, you can clearly see the epic sequences from Ramayana as well as the Mahabharata intricately sculpted into the temple.

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Begum Bazaar

Begum Bazaar
Amongst the biggest commercial markets in Hyderabad, Begum Bazaar is one of the best tourist attractions in the city. Here, you can find some of the best kinds of products in the entire city, from exotic dry fruits and household products, to groceries, clothes, authentic brass items and even idols. Begum Bazaar is also famous for buying gold and silver items.

Additionally, Begum Bazaar is also the oldest market in the City of Pearls, where not just locals, but tourists also visit to purchase Hyderabadi specialties. Furthermore, Begum Bazaar is also home to the second largest fish market in the city. After a shopping spree, you can indulge in lip-smacking food available here as well.
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