Hyderabad is a Vistara City
A 400-Year Old Metropolis
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About Hyderabad

From historical monuments to IT boom, enthralling natural getaways to tempting cuisines, old marketplaces to breath-taking architecture, the city of Hyderabad has a lot to offer.

Established in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah, the lineage of Hyderabad dates back to the Asaf Jahi rulers, who were esteemed exponents of art, culture, literature, architecture, jewellery and food. Also known as the ‘Pearl City’ and the ‘City of Nizams’, Hyderabad is a mesmerizing confluence of past and present, new and old, history and hi-tech.

Despite being one of India's most modern cities, Hyderabad still holds the spirit and vibrancy of its rich Nawabi past close to its heart. The charm of this historic city is distinctly unique and is strongly contrasted with the glittery malls, plush lounges and sleek restaurants of Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills.

With ample local transport options, getting around in Hyderabad is quite convenient and affordable. You can avoid traffic congestion by taking the metro train.

About Hyderabad Airport

Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is the primary commercial airport serving Hyderabad. Located about 24 kilometres south of Hyderabad, the airport is well connected with the city via two national highways and a railway line.

Featured by Skytrax as one of the top Indian airports, Hyderabad Airport a single passenger terminal that caters to both, international flights as well as domestic flights.

Enjoy convenient non-stop flights to and from Hyderabad with Vistara!

  • Places To Visit
  • Things To Do

1. Charminar

The iconic Charminar is the most prominent landmark of the city. Built by Quli Qutub Shah in 1591 to celebrate the end of a deadly plague, Charminar, gets its name from the four minarets that form its structure.

2. The Golconda Fort

An awe-inspiring architectural marvel, the Golconda Fort is a must-see when you are in Hyderabad. The Fort, displaying the glory of Hyderabad's sublime past, leaves spectators spellbound and captivated by its magical charm.

3. Salar Jung Museum

The Salar Jung Museum, one of the three national museums in the country, houses the world’s largest private collection sourced from various countries and continents. Once the property of Salar Jung Family, the museum is now home to a myriad compilation of sculptures, carvings, paintings, manuscripts, timepieces and jewellery.

 

 

Shop

With a fiesta of colourful bangles, glittering pearls, embroidery textiles, fascinating handicrafts, aromatic local perfumes, spices and exotic jewellery, the streets of Hyderabad’s historic Laad Bazar and Medina Market are a shoppers’ paradise. There’s also an array of brand outlets, designer boutiques, and upscale malls just around the corner for the fashion lovers.

Eat

Be it the world-famous Hyderabadi Biryani or the traditional Iranian tea and biscuits, decadent desserts or fiery local cuisine — the city has an enormous variety of delicacies to offer.