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Hyderabad is the largest and most-populated city in south-central India. Located on the banks of the Musi River and the Deccan Plateau, Hyderabad has evolved into one massive metropolis. Several of the Hyderabad suburbs were recently combined into Greater Hyderabad city. Thanks to its rich history and culture, Hyderabad now stands in line with India's IT capitals Bangalore and Chennai. Such moguls as Google and Microsoft have their headquarters here.
The economy of Hyderabad builds on manufacturing, the knowledge branch, and tourism. In the 90s, the economic model changed from a focus mostly on service to a more diverse economy. Since the 16th century, Hyderabad has been a universal commerce center along with the diamond market. Furthermore, in 2009 the World Bank Group granted Hyderabad the second place among Indian city for doing business. And what is even more appealing is that in 2011, Real Estate Investment Management, DTZ rated Hyderabad as the third most affordable locations for serviced offices in the world. Hyderabad went through a high rise in the real estate sector, making to top five areas for housing in India.
Apart from being famous for Charminar, Hyderabad also made up a beneficial place for itself in the real estate business and is home to some of the most amazing residential projects in the country. Some of them are Rajapushpa Atria, a premium class residential project, which offers stylish and high-quality units for its residents. The other is Venus Enclave, located in one of the fanciest areas of Hyderabad, Gajularamaram, and is in close vicinity to all of the essential facilities. One of the most awaited projects is Aparna Serene Park under construction right now, ready to lease in 2019. And these are just a few among dozens of upcoming projects.
Hyderabad owns good intercity transport connections. There are rail and flight options to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, as well as to historical spots including Golconda fortress and the Ajanta caves in the neighboring state (UNESCO World Heritage). Taxis, rickshaws, private vehicles, and suburban bus and trains comprise local transport within Hyderabad.
The city has numerous public and private cultural centers, such as government-sponsored academies. Public space Ravindra Bharati provides a place for dancing and music festivals. There are several excellent museums, including the Salar Jung Museum, which owns a one-of-a-kind collection of rare pieces, including jewelry, furniture, and paintings. The public gardens offer amazing recreational establishments. Many green parks and socially spaces invite to games and relaxation. The university’s botanical and zoological gardens are extremely popular among picnic fans. Hyderabad is quite famous for its football and cricket teams. Ameerpet and Punjagutta are huge shopping areas, which are definitely worth visiting. Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills are both great for some good bars and restaurants.