Places To Visit In Nizamabad

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1. Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary

Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary
Must visit 3.4 /5

626 km
from city center
1 out of 6
Places To Visit in Nizamabad

Located in the district of Medak and Nizamabad and named after the Pocharam lake, Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary houses a large number of species of flora and fauna.

2. Mallaram forest

Mallaram forest
3.1 /5

628 km
from city center
2 out of 6
Places To Visit in Nizamabad

Lush green environment, invigorating air and quietness of the woods beckon one to this place, situated about 7 km south west of Nizamabad town. This place houses rocks that are about a billion years old.

3. Nizamsagar

Must visit 3.5 /5

643 km
from city center
3 out of 6
Places To Visit in Nizamabad

Located about 7 km south west of Nizamabad, Nizamsagar is a dam situated in Achampet village. The dam is constructed on river Manjira, a major tributary of the Godavari river.

4. Alisagar

Must visit 3.5 /5

635 km
from city center
4 out of 6
Places To Visit in Nizamabad

The perfect picnic getaway, Alisagar, is located about 13 km from Nizamabad. A sprawling 33 acres garden, complete with flora, a deer park and a lake, Alisagar, built by the Nizam of Hyderabad, is the place to spend an enjoyable day.

5. Neelakanteshwara temple

Neelakanteshwara temple
3.1 /5

624 km
from city center
5 out of 6
Places To Visit in Nizamabad

The Neelkanteshwara temple is a classic example of Jain architecture and an important shrine for the Jains. Located on top of a hillock in Nizamabad, it is one of those shrines which are as beautifully located as they are peaceful and serene.

6. Ashoksagar

3.1 /5

632 km
from city center
6 out of 6
Places To Visit in Nizamabad

Yet another location that synonymous with the town's serenity, Ashoksagar, situated about 7 km from Nizamabad, is another must see for travelers. It is an eco friendly tourist place and the main attraction are the rock gardens here.

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Can you suggest an itinerary for Nizamabad?

Day 1  Start your trip by paying a visit to the beautiful Alisagar dam reservoir, and the Pochampad Dam, which has been described by The Hindu as the ‘lifeline for a large part of Telangana.” Alisagar also offers various exciting water sports. Visit the lakes of Nizamsagar and Ashok Sagar, and take a boat ride from the former.  Also, pay a visit to the lusciously green and serene Mallaram forest.

Day 2  Begin your second day by visiting the Neelakateshwara Temple and follow it up with your picks from the many beautiful religious monuments in the city such as the Basar Temple, Sarangpur Temple, and the Kentju Masjid. Next, pay a visit to the 400-year-old Domakonda Fort. The Archaeological and Heritage Museum at Nizamabad is also a good option for history buffs.

How can I commute within Nizamabad?

Nizamabad is well connected to all places and commuting within the city is best done by booking a private cab, although there are private and APSTRC buses.
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What are the top sightseeing places in Nizamabad?

The top sightseeing places in Nizamabad are Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary, Mallaram forest, Alisagar, Nizamsagar, Neelakanteshwara temple, Ashoksagar.
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