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About Hyderabad

Telangana's capital city, Hyderabad, is an ever-evolving international hub for the trading of rare diamonds, emeralds, and natural pearls. Hyderabad is also known as the "City of Pearls."

Places to visit in Hyderabad

  • Charminar: The Charminar is situated in Hyderabad’s old city. It is a square-shaped building, with a height of 56 m and a width of 30 m, and was built in 1591. Sultan Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah constructed the monument for his wife, Bhagmati. Four towers may be found on each corner of Charminar, also known as the "Arc de Triomphe of the East."
  • Golconda Fort: The magnificent Golconda Fort on the outskirts of Hyderabad is 11 km away from the city. The fort, which has 87 bastions and eight gates, was constructed by the Qutub Kings. This fort’s walls rise to heights of 15 to 18 ft.
  • Ramoji Film City: Ramoji Film City has been attracting visitors since 1991. With a capacity of more than 60 film units, it is one of the largest film studios in the world. Also, it is mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records. Film city spans around 2,500 acres of land. A journey to Ramoji is made memorable by its multiple locations, including London Street, Japanese gardens, scenery, vintage buses, and many more elements, like Interactive Entertainment and Filmi Duniya Action.
  • Birla Temple: The spectacular Birla Mandir, perched atop the 280-foot-tall Kalapahad hilltop, was built in 1976. It is said that roughly 2,000 tonnes of white marble from Rajasthan was used in its construction. This well-known architectural style was created by combining Rajasthani, South Indian, and Utkal temple architecture.
  • Salar Jung Museum: Salar Jung Museum is situated beside the Musi River. It is regarded as one of the largest one-person collections globally, with an extraordinary collection of 43,000 artworks, 47,000 printed volumes, and 9,000 manuscripts.

This museum comprises 38 galleries. It was first opened to the public in 1951, and in 1968, it moved to its current location.

Foods to eat at Hyderabad

One should not miss out on the delicious treats Hyderabad has to offer.

  • The famous Hyderabadi Biryani: It is available everywhere in Hyderabad that offers the right amount of spices and flavour.
  • Hyderabadi Haleem: Another local favourite is this stew that contains lentils and meat.
  • Phirni: It is a sweet dish that is a speciality during Ramadan. Made and served in a clay pot, it has fragrant rice and milk.
  • Boti Kebab: It is a marinated lamb-dish.
  • Qubani Ka Meetha: This is an authentic dessert and is made using dried apricots and topped with almonds.
  • Mirchi ka Salan: Mirchi ka Salan is a side dish to Hyderabadi Biryani. This is a gravy which includes coconut, peanuts, and sesame seeds as its base.
  • Keema Samosa: This is a yummy monsoon delicacy made with minced spicy meat and a must-have for any samosa lover.
  • Lukhmi: This is famous at every wedding as a starter. It is a thin, oddly shaped samosa filled with spices and lamb meat.

About Hyderabad Airport

Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana, is served by Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. The IATA code for Hyderabad Airport is HYD.

Things to do at Rajiv Gandhi International

The airport hosts a lot of domestic and international airlines, so there is a chance that you might have to spend a longer time at the airport. Following are things you can do at the airport.

  • Eat: There are so many dining options available at the terminals.
  • Shopping: Check-in halls, arrivals, and departure terminals have several shops to satisfy the shopper in you. There are medical shops, duty-free shops, and souvenir shops.
  • Free Wi-Fi: There is a free Wi-Fi facility available for a limited period.
  • Adventure: If you are stepping out of the airport, then the parking area near the arrival hall features a go-kart racing area.

About Bareilly

The city of Bareilly is situated close to Ramganga in the Uttar Pradesh region of northern India. The designated geographical area is Rohilkhand. Bareilly is located 250 km from New Delhi and 252 km from Lucknow, the state capital.

The city is a hub for producing furniture and commerce of cotton, grain, and sugar. Another name for the city is Bans-Bareilly. This name was provided in honour of two princes - Baraldev and Bansaldev, sons of Jagat Singh Katehriya, who created the city in 1537. Bareilly is also the hub for cane (bans) furniture making.

Airport in Bareilly

Bareilly Airport is situated in Izzatnagar, which lies 6 km from the northern edge of the central city. This airport has one operational terminal and a floor size of 2,500 sq. m. The IATA code for Bareilly Airport is BEK.

FAQs about Bareilly to Hyderabad flights

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Your flight will be rescheduled by the airline, if cancelled. If, for any reason, the flight is not rescheduled, then a refund will be issued.

If I cannot board the flight, then may I get a refund?

For unused tickets and no-shows, the relevant airport charges will be refunded.

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