You will drive first to the massive Golconda fort, approximately 12 kms from city centre. Clap while someone naps at the main porch. Once you reach there is an option to climb 365 steps to watch the panoramic view of Qutub Shahi tombs next door, country side, Bardari, Hindu temple and a prison of the Treasurer Ramdass while the guide narrates the stories from 11th Cen AD till 1687, how it fell to Aurangzeb. Koh-i-noor was found only few hundreds kms from this fort and was looted on seize. There are several buildings for living, treasury, harems, mosques, baaghs, baths and barracks. Royal Necropolis with their own mosques are located. Visit the solemn tombs to see the sarcophagi, symbolic coffins covering the burial vaults. Each tomb’s display is unique in design and size. Marvel at the remarkable mausoleum of Hyderabad’s founder, Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah. The structure is 140 feet (42.5 meters) high and topped with a large dome.
After presumptuous ethnic Hyderabadi Lunch (included) continue to walk around Charminar, the landmark of Hyderabad – Masterpiece of Qutb Shahi Architecture of 1591. Stone and Stucco plastering Minarets raise to 180 ft from the ground. Built to celebrate deliverance of the the city from Plaque. Stairs are closed on Fridays. Climb the narrow steps for panoramic view of the city. Latter walk around the Bangle Bazar, next to Charminar, for bargaining of bridal accessories, lacquer Bangles, Hyderabad Attar, Mehndi and Antiques. At the end of the street turn left to see the Chowmahalla Palace (replica of shah of Iran’s palace in Tehran). Latter walk into the Mecca Mosque (10000 prayers at once) of Belgian Crystal Chandeliers, completed in 1694 by 8000 masons in 77 yrs, finished by Emperor Aurangzeb. Nizam Kings are buried here. The tour ends with a taste of ethnic Irani Tea and Nizam Biscuits at the corner of Charminar