A city in the newly formed Telangana state, Nizamabad is also called Indur. Located 171 km away from its capital city, Hyderabad, Nizamabad got its name from the king Nizam, who ruled this place in the 18th century. It is a well connected city by road as well as rail. There are several dams and forts worth visiting in Nizamabad.
Places to Stay
Nizamabad has a number of budget hotels that tourists can choose from. Some of them include Mayuri Hotel (Tariff – Rs.700), Annapurna Hotel (Tariff – Rs.700,) Kapila Hotel (Tariff – Rs.700) and Vamshee International Hotel (Tariff – Rs.900).
Telugu and Urdu are commonly spoken in Nizamabad.
Pongal in January, Navaratri in September-October and Diwali in October-November are some of the important festivals celebrated here.
Places of Interest
Nizamabad as a city has innumerable places of attractions. Some of them include Alisagar (10 km), Sarangapur (15 km), Rock Garden ( 18 km), Ashok Sagar (18 km), Bodhan (30 km) and Hazrath Syed Shadullah Hussaini Dargah (38 km).
How to Get There
The nearest airport from here is the Nanded Airport in Nanded, which is 146 km from here.
Nizamabad Railway Station is located just 10 km from the main city centre.
Buses are available from Hyderabad and Mumbai. Apart from the state-run buses, Orange Tours and Travels, Shree Khurana Travels and Kumar Travels are some of the top operators catering to passengers on this route. Book bus ticket online from the comfort of your home with just a click of a mouse.