Join a guided walk in the old town of Hyderabad and see the iconic Charminar constructed by the 5th Sultan of the Qutub Shahi Dynasty in 1591, built to memorialize the end of the Plague in the city. As a perfect example of Islamic architecture, this monument has become a landmark for the “City of Nizams”.
Explore with your local guide the lanes around this monument which comes alive with the bustling of locals and tourists. The Charminar that translates to four minarets, is a monumental mosque that has become synonymous with Hyderabad. Discover the origin of this structure and explore the vibrant bazaars as you relish some delicious local snacks and a steaming cup of zaffrani chai.