How to Reach

Telangana, the 29th and youngest state of India, formally recognized on June 2, 2014, is a treasure trove of tourist destinations. One of the largest states in South India, Telangana is known for its hospitality and multicultural and pluralistic society. Hyderabad, the capital city of this state is the fifth largest city in India and home to some of India’s best educational institutions, public sector, and defense companies and a thriving global services sector and film industry.

By Bus

Hyderabad is well-connected to other parts of India with extensive rail and road network. Important national highways crisscross the length and breadth of Hyderabad linking the Telangana state with other neighboring states.

By Train

Nampally/Hyderabad Railway Junction, Secunderabad railway junction, also the headquarters of South Central Railways and Kazipet connect the state to key cities and regions of India, along with numerous other stations.

By Flight

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, located at Shamshabad near Hyderabad is adjudged as one of the best airports in the world. It connects Hyderabad, the heart of Telangana with various other national and international cities and capitals. The airport offers a visa-on-arrival facility for citizens from more than 140 countries, a boon for overseas tourists.

By Air

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, located at Shamshabad near Hyderabad is adjudged as one of the best airports in the world. It connects Hyderabad, the heart of Telangana with various other national and international cities and capitals. The airport offers a visa-on-arrival facility for citizens from more than 140 countries, a boon for overseas tourists.

By Rail

Nampally/Hyderabad Railway Junction, Secunderabad railway junction, also the headquarters of South Central Railways and Kazipet connect the state to key cities and regions of India, along with numerous other stations.

By Road

Hyderabad is well-connected to other parts of India with extensive rail and road network. Important national highways crisscross the length and breadth of Hyderabad linking the Telangana state with other neighboring states.

Others

Telangana, the 29th and youngest state of India, formally recognized on June 2, 2014, is a treasure trove of tourist destinations. One of the largest states in South India, Telangana is known for its hospitality and multicultural and pluralistic society. Hyderabad, the capital city of this state is the fifth largest city in India and home to some of India’s best educational institutions, public sector, and defense companies and a thriving global services sector and film industry.