Places to visit near Hyderabad under 200kms

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Here is the list of 14 Places to visit near Hyderabad under 200kms

1. Warangal, Andhra Pradesh

3.3

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151 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Pakhal Lake | Thousand Pillar Temple | Ramappa Temple

Warangal takes you back to the era of kings and queens with its beautiful historical sites and an impressive natural beauty with Parkhal Lake being worth checking out.

Best Time : September to Apr

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2. Nagarjunsagar, Andhra Pradesh

3.0

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178 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Ethipothala Waterfall | Nagarjunasagar Dam | Nagarjunasagar Wildlife Sanctuary

Nagarjunasagar is known by the world?s tallest masonry dam Nagarjunasagar dam built over Krishna River, that the town houses.

Best Time : October to March

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3. Bidar, Karnataka

3.0

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140 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Narasimha Jhira Cave Temple | Bidar Fort | Shopping in Bidar

Situated in the state of Karnataka, Bidar is a city with great historic significance, tinted in the shade of past and glorified with rich culture and heritage

Best Time : October to March

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4. Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh

3.3

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105 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Nandikonda | Mattapalli | Panagal (Panagallu)

Nalgonda is a city with deep rooted rich history and equally intriguing cultural heritage.

Best Time : November to February

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5. Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh

3.2

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176 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary | Mallaram forest | Alisagar

Nizamabad, a district in Andhra Pradesh, is aptly know as a rich heritage site. It is a place where time tells stories of the glorious history

Best Time : November to February

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6. Nagarjunakonda, Andhra Pradesh

3.6

181 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Nagarjunakonda Caves/ Museum | Dhamma Nagajjuna | Kaman Bazaar

Nagarjunakonda or Nagajuna Hills is located 150 km from Hyderabad. It lies near the Nagarjuna Sagar Reservoir in the Nalgonda District of Andhra Pradesh.

Best Time : October to March

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7. Khammam, Andhra Pradesh

3.4

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197 kms from Hyderabad

Known For : Narsimha Swami Temple | Khammam Fort | Palair Lake

Khamman has a great historic value in Andhra Pradesh because of the Khammam fort that has seen different rulers and reigns in different times.

Best Time : October to March

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8. Chilkur Balaji Temple

4.2

19 kms from Hyderabad

Located about 30 kilometres away from Hyderabad, the famous Chilkur Balaji Temple is located in the small picturesque village of Chilkur and is a favourite pilgrim spot. The temple is situated on the banks of the Osman Sagar Lake, near the Vikarabad Road. The presiding deity at the Chilkur Balaji temple is Lord Balaji Venkateswara, along with Sridevi and Bhoodevi accompanying him. The temple houses the Visa Balaji or the Visa God, otherwise famous as a shining ray of hope and faith for US-Visa aspirants. It is believed that a visit to the temple, can grant the aspirants, a US Visa. The belief finds its roots in an incident when a few students who had their Visa applications rejected, came and prayed here only to have their applications accepted. The steps to pray for a visa here include a usual prayer and three rounds of pradakshina around the temple, followed by 108 rounds after getting the Visa.

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9. Oravakallu Rock Garden

3.5

191 kms from Hyderabad

There are a few ordinary landscapes in Kurnool. One fascinating stretch is a park with igneous rock formations. Find here a restaurant, small ponds, boating facilities and a cave museum. A less ordinary hiking area and a bit unusual picnic spot, this one, is a must visit area in Kurnool.

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10. Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary

4.2

184 kms from Hyderabad

A wildlife sanctuary spread across an area of 614sq kms in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, Rollapadu offers its visitors a journey into the wild, close to nature, amidst a number of diverse species of flora and fauna.

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11. Vemulawada

127 kms from Hyderabad

The southern region of India is host to numerous remarkable temples famous for their intricate Dravidian architecture, life sized shrines and rich history, these temples are visited by over a million devotees all year round from all parts of the world. Vemulawada’s most popular tourist attraction, the Rajanna Temple is almost synonymous with the ancient pilgrim town nestled away in the quaint little district of Rajanna Sircilla along the southern coast of India. The temple is also the recipient of the maximum influx of visitors to Vemulawada, which is often referred to as Dakshin Kashi and Southern Banaras. Vemulawada also has a plethora of several other temples tucked away in its bylanes just a walking excursion away, offering you a sense of calm and solace away from the hullabaloo of cities.

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12. Nelakondapalli

169 kms from Hyderabad

If you’re fond of cultural, religious, or historical exploration, and if you happen to have a marked fascination with architecture, then the grand temples of this place are bound to enthrall you. Not only does this site of wonder in the Deccan have recently dug up ancient Buddhist stupas but it also boasts of an association with the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Situated at the crest of the Deccan, at a distance of about 22 km from Khammam, the town of Nelakondapalli can lend you a unique and enriching experience. Whether looking to satisfy an itch for archaeological exploration or intending to fulfill your curiosity about yet another place of ancient religious significance in the Deccan region, Nelakondapalli is for you!

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13. Skandagiri

5 kms from Hyderabad

If you thought that trekking is an activity only to be done in the morning, you are certainly wrong. Skandagiri, a hilltown near Bangalore, gives you the opportunity to trek and explore the hills in the night while the moon is casting its light. Skandagiri, also known as Kalavara Durga, is at an elevation of 1450 meters surrounded by the Nandi Hills. The hill has a ruined fort on the way which makes the night trek even more interesting by adding the element of horror. And the best part is that you can spend the night at the hilltop under the star. Not to forget the bonfire that is especially lit for the trekkers to sit around and enjoy the warmth. The serenity of the night will make you feel at ease.

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14. Mallela Theertham

130 kms from Hyderabad

Imagine yourself in front of a meandering and brimming waterfall surrounded by lush green trees which are adorned with blooming flowers. The sweet fragrance of the water and flowers in the air making the place heavenly and magical. If you think such a place only exists in imagination, Mallela Theethram will prove you wrong. Nestled in the state of Telangana, Mallela Theertham is a hidden gem untouched by industrialization and bountiful in scenic beauty. Falling from a height of about 150 feet, this waterfall is quite a sight to see. The serene and pristine water of the fall will rejuvenate your body and soul.

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