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Hyderabad’s most iconic architectural delight, Charminar is beyond just a popular
monument. It’s the nucleus of the busiest and most vibrant lanes of the Old City
studded with shops selling bangles and pearls. It can be too crowded and overwhelming, but to every tourist’s delight, the gems and hidden treasures in this
neighbourhood are full of culturally rich stories. The best view of one of the city’s
oldest mosques, Mecca Masjid is from the top of Charminar. It’s quite a usual sight of
walking into a grey sea of pigeons with an aroma of meaty street food and melting
dosas, as you are exploring the little pockets around this magnificent historic building. Walk along the streets that lead you to museums and palaces of the Nizams who ruled the city and soak up the old world charm in its truest character.
"Beautiful monument. A must-visit while in the city"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by SrijitNewYork
Went to the Charminar in the early hours of the day (around 7:30am). It was perfect timing. No traffic, no crowds, no bustle in the adjoining markets... Basically, it was easy to get in and out. I've been here three times before and as always, the Charminar was under repairs, this time around too. There was a scaffold around three...
What a place. Visited here with our guide named Srinu who is a friend of the owner whom we met. A lovely man who is as clean as a whistle both personally and in his clothes and this reflects in his shop and his products. The cakes and biscuits are to die for and served with a chai the place...
"The best place to have breakfast in Charminar area"
reviewed January 29, 2020 by Frontiermail
If you are vegetarian and tired of sweet Irani chai and the Osmania biscuits, this is the restaurant to have a good breakfast. Located near the Kaman-e-Sehar Batil, it was etsablished in 1951. It is cleaner and more hygienic than most of the restaurants in the area. They serve great Poori Subzi. Pooris are soft and served hot. The aloo...
My lovely wife and I popped into this popular restaurant for a late lunch after exploring the old city. It was packed with locals but we managed to nab a table as a couple of guys were just leaving. The menu is short and mostly meaty with lots of mutton & chicken dishes so we decided to just have a...
I stayed here 3 nights. Located in an apt area. Just 1 Km from Charminar. Spacious Rooms. Furnished Well. Bed sheets are not Washed. Not Hygienic. Room Service was very poor. As a sugar patient I need Sugarless tea. Even they can't provide this one.
Lift was very old. Inside the lift a bad small also. Some constructions are going...