Kompally is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Hyderabad. It is strategically located, well-connected to business hubs, and affordable at the same time. It’s social and civic infrastructure is gradually drawing buyers and it seems to be on top of everyone’s list as an upcoming investment destination.
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Apart from its accessibility, recreational and entertainment options around, it is also within reach from some tourist destinations around. You can plan several weekend getaways from here that are only a short drive away.
Though Bidar boasts of ancient ruins and monuments, it is a hidden gem tucked away in Karnataka’s north-eastern corner. It isn’t as crowded as other tourist towns, which makes it a great weekend getaway away from all the chaos of city life. The town whispers stories of its ancient past; it is a repository of Islamic Indian history, with Bidar being the capital of the Bahmani kingdom (1428–87) and later the capital of the Barid Shahi dynasty.
Take some time out to visit the magnificent and peaceful 15th-century Bidar fort, which is the largest in southern India. Besides, there is also a large Sikh temple that was built in 1948 and is worth a visit.
This town, not too far from Kompally, houses some of the most beautiful ancient temples that will leave you in awe. It is believed that Karimnagar was inhabited since pre-historic times. Don’t miss out on the towering Elgandal Fort, if you have some time on your hands. Besides, it is a shopping haven for those who love silver jewelry and handicrafts with filigree work.
Warangal was once the capital of the Kakatiya kingdom and boasts of a rich history. The fort, which is on the southern edge of the town, is massive and a must-visit. It also houses a Svayambhu Temple and has impressive gateways at several points.
Apart from the fort, there is a 1000-pillared temple that was built in the 12th century and is an architectural marvel. There are shrines within that are dedicated to the sun god Surya, Vishnu and Shiva.
This dam is known globally for being the tallest and the largest masonry dam in the world with 26 gates. The Nagarjunsagar Lake is the third largest artificial lake in the world, which is surrounded by Nallamala Hills on three sides and one by this multipurpose dam.
Situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra river, Kurnool is a popular weekend getaway, especially due to its pleasant climate. There’s a lot to see here, right from wildlife sanctuaries, ancient caves and forts to satiate every travel enthusiast’s appetite. There’s also a rock garden here with some stunning rock-cut formations.
All the above-mentioned destinations serve as perfect weekend getaways and the travel won’t leave you exhausted. So, pack your bags and escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life!