The best time to book flights to Hyderabad is in the winter months between October and February, when the temperature dips, offering a pleasant weather for sightseeing. The month of February celebrates the Deccan Festival, and is a good time to savour the cultural flavor of the city. For grabbing deals and cheap flights to Hyderabad, make advance bookings!
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, also called Hyderabad International Airport, serves the metropolis of Hyderabad in India. The airport is named after former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi, and features as the top among Indian airports in the ranking of world airports for the year 2013 by Skytrax. The airport serves as a hub for SpiceJet, Lufthansa Cargo and Blue Dart Aviation and as a focus city for Air India, Jet Airways, and JetLite. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport provides Hyderabad flights to various destinations including London, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, Singapore, and Bahrain.Places of Interest in Hyderabad
Popularly known as the “City of Nizams,” and the “City of Pearls,” Hyderabad is a common capital of Andhra Pradesh and Tehalgana states in India. Hyderabad is said to be the largest market for pearls in the country. A city rich with history and tradition, Hyderabad now competes with Bangalore and Chennai for the crown of India's IT capital. All the big tech companies have offices here. Microsoft and Google have their Indian headquarters in Hyderabad.Charminar
The massive and impressive Charminar is the pride of Hyderabad ever since it was constructed by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 to mark the end of plague in the Hyderabad city. Translated roughly as “Four Towers” or “Mosque of the Four Minarets”, the four centuries old Charminar is also called by some as the Arc de Triomphe of the East and is one of the most prominent monuments of Hyderabad.Golconda Fort
The fort has a rich historical background and with its 87 bastions and 69 feet high gateways, it is considered to be one of the strongest forts in India. It is said that the fort gates are so strong that they could even withstand elephants ramming into them. The royal palaces and whispering walls are some of the main attractions of the Golconda Fort. Do attend the light and sound show here to get a sneak peek into the history of the fort.Birla Mandir
Nestled at the southern end of Hussain Sagar at the top of the Kala Pahad, Birla Mandir offers a fine admixture of the Orissan and South Indian temple style of architecture. The temple is constructed of 2000 tons of pure white marble and a carved lotus forms an umbrella over 11 feet tall granite idol of presiding deity Lord Venkateswara.