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‘The City of Pearls’ as it is fondly called, Hyderabad serves as a capital city of two Indian states – Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. It has everything you would expect out of an old Indian city – rich history, awe-inspiring architecture, narrow alleyways, and bustling markets. Also viewed as a cradle of development and innovation since decades, Hyderabad is a major IT hub that draws thousands of tourists as well as migrants every year. Take a Hyderabad flight and explore its lavish tombs, captivating castles, ancient mosques and museums.
All Hyderabad flights will land at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport which is situated 22 kilometres south of Hyderabad. Named after former Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi, this airport has won multiple awards and is one of the best maintained airports in India. In 2013, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport was the highest-ranked Indian airport by Skytrax consultancy. The airport serves as a hub for airlines like SpiceJet, Lufthansa Cargo, TruJet and Blue Dart Aviation and as a minor hub for Air India, Jet Airways and IndiGo airlines. Book a flight to Hyderabad with HolidayMe and get the benefit of maximum discounts on air prices.
It is best to take a flight to Hyderabad between the months of October and March as the climate during these months is relatively cooler. The temperature on an average hovers between 14 to 30 degrees Celsius. These months are also amongst the cheapest in terms of flight costs and other airfares.
Once you take a flight to Hyderabad, you’ll realise that this fascinating city offers a wide range of tourist attractions that’ll keep you entertained for days. From lakes and gardens, heritage landmarks, world-class hotels and parks, to charming galleries, delicious cuisines and innumerable shopping options. To the tourists, Hyderabad offers a fascinating panorama of glorious past which is a mixture of historical and cultural traditions, as well as an upcoming India, whose future is as captivating as its past.