Visiting Hyderabad and nearby places can satiate your travel appetite

It isn't quite often that a long weekend comes along! Make the most of this opportunity by exploring places, relaxing with family, friends and rejuvenate yourself before showing up for work.

Visiting Hyderabad and nearby places can satiate your travel appetite
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New Delhi: It isn't quite often that a long weekend comes along! Make the most of this opportunity by exploring places, relaxing with family, friends and rejuvenate yourself before showing up for work.

If you live in Hyderabad and are wondering about the places to go this long weekend, here's some help and yes you may thank us later!

Bidar:

Forts, huge ruins, tombs and other historical places are the major attraction of this place which is just 147 km away from Hyderabad. City life is fun, but it can be pretty exhausting at times and that is exactly when you need a break. Book your date with history this weekend.

Nagarjuna Sagar:

If you are looking for a one-day trip spot, this is the place you'd want to check out. The historical town of Nagarjunakonda and the 124m high dam the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam are the main attractions of this place.

Vijayawada:

This one's a little far but still, makes up for a good weekend destination. Vijayawada is situated at a distance of 274 km from Hyderabad and has plenty places that you would want to visit. For example, there are places like Mogalarajapuram Caves, Gandhi Hill, Victoria Museum, Bhavani Island etc to name a few.

Nizamabad:

A part of Telangana, Nizamabad is 176 km away from Hyderabad and marks for yet another great weekend getaway. With its major attraction being the 500-year-old ancient temple at Kanteshwar, Nizamabad has some of the best pieces of architecture as well as natural wonders.

Mahbubnagar:

Situated at a mere 100 km distance from Hyderabad is the city where the famous Kohinoor diamond originated. Mahbubnagar is the name of the city and it has some of the most beautifully made temples and a whopping 700-year-old Banyan Tree that many people are interested in witnessing.

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