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Beautiful palace, but the maintenance is not up to the mark. E everything needs to be properly taken care. We have these palaces which needs to be preserved for our younger generations to see and feel proud of our history.
Hyderabad is a city, famous for its Nawabi mezaz and when one visits this place, can definitely relate that one for sure. Amazing architectural work and with that a stunning tour of the heritage walk through the museum. One should not visit this trip if...More
It’s a very special place in Hyderabad and is a historical place to visit. The place is well maintained and it’s clean and entry fee is less and it’s quite good place to know the history of Hyderabad nizam
This palace provide information and tell a good story of Hyderabad Nizam, with photo, pictures and collections of exhibits including antique cars. The palace is huge so spare at least 1.5-2 hours to walk around. The palace entrance is very hidden.
Wow. No words to describe this palace. Such a beautiful, well kept place. Entry fee you give is nothing compared to the beauty of the Palace. (It's just 60 rs/adult)Kindly take a ticket for photography (50rs) from the counter so that you can lavishly take...More
Just walking distance from Charminar,this is a very beautiful place. You need to buy entry tickets of 25 rupees and tickets for camera.It has beautiful palace, land sacped garden ( inside main palace entry is not allowed), vintage car and buggy display. Need about an...More
Hyderabad’s most iconic architectural delight, Charminar is beyond just a popular monument. It’s the nucleus of the busiest and most vibrant lanes of the Old City studded with shops selling bangles and pearls. It can be too crowded and overwhelming, but to every tourist’s delight, the gems and hidden treasures
in this neighbourhood are full of culturally rich stories. The best view of one of the city’s oldest mosques, Mecca Masjid is from the top of Charminar. It’s quite a usual sight of walking into a grey sea of pigeons with an aroma of meaty street food and melting dosas, as you are exploring the little pockets around this magnificent historic building. Walk along the streets that lead you to museums and palaces of the Nizams who ruled the city and soak up the old world charm in its truest character.
There is no canteen inside the palace neither any proper restaurant nearby. It is a restricted area and we have not noticed guests having food picnic style inside the premises. Yes there are lawns and shades inside the... More
There is no canteen inside the palace neither any proper restaurant nearby. It is a restricted area and we have not noticed guests having food picnic style inside the premises. Yes there are lawns and shades inside the palace but don't know if u can have picnic inside. Otherwise go there after lunch as there is no restaurant inside or nearby