World Tourism Day: Hyderabad Hotspots You Can Explore On Bike

This World Tourism Day, ride the new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 to discover these 5 unforgettable destinations in Hyderabad - Sakshi Post

This World Tourism Day, ride the new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 to discover these 5 unforgettable destinations in Hyderabad

 Observed on 27th September every year, World Tourism Day is an important event that aims to raise awareness about the significance of tourism around the world. Hyderabad, the ‘city of Nizams’ is the capital of Telangana state. It evokes the royal culture of Nizams and Nawabs who once ruled the city.  The city, famous for its beautiful buildings, unique elegance and delicious food, has its own importance as a major tourist destination on the map of India. This World Tourism Day is the best time to explore Hyderabad on the all-new Royal Enfield Hunter- a motorcycle that’s refreshingly new but exudes old school cool and resonates with the old yet modern culture of this beautiful city.

Here is a list of the five best destinations for a day trip from Hyderabad:

Charminar - Hyderabad and Charminar are synonymous. The monument, built by Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, is located in the heart of the city. This famous monument is an eminent tourist spot for Indian, as well as international travelers. And there’s no better way to reach this place than hitting the road with your all new and stylish Hunter 350 for company.

Golconda Fort - Built on a granite hill that is around 400 feet high, the Golconda Fort dates back to the 12th century. The fortress, originally built during the Yadava Dynasty in the 13th century, is an embodiment of history. The awe-inspiring structure is famous for its incredible acoustic effects.  This place is a must-ride-to location near Hyderabad on your Hunter 350.


Chowmahalla Palace - Chowmahalla Palace, standing tall for over 200 years, was the office of Nizams. Its plush interiors and opulent exteriors are beyond admiration similar to how the new Hunter 350 beautifully combines an incredibly joyful, muscular motorcycle that exudes new but old school cool style with an absolutely modern and refined ride experience.

Qutub Shahi tombs - Qutb Shahi Tombs are a series of seven tombs belonging to the Qutubuddin Dynasty serving now as an important heritage site in Hyderabad. Constructed in the 1500’s, Qutb Shahi Tombs fascinates tourists for its exceptional architecture that blends Persian and Hindu styles. This meaningful historic destination is a perfect place for you to pose with your Hunter 350.

Makkah Masjid - Makkah Masjid is an important tourist spot because Qutub Shah personally laid its foundation stone and built the city of Hyderabad around it. The mosque, which can be considered as the birthplace of Hyderabad, was built from a special soil brought from Mecca and one should definitely take a tour of this royal palace on one of the best tactile motorcycles with its old school analogue meets new age vibe - the Hunter 350.

Also Read: World Tourism Day: Visit Andhra Pradesh -2023 Campaign Launched By CM YS Jagan


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