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Flights from Detroit to Hyderabad
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Airports in Detroit
Detroit is served by two airports - Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and Coleman A. Young International Airport.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is the primary airport serving Detroit and Michigan. It is one of the largest airline hubs in the country. Located about 23 miles away from Detroit, this airport serves scheduled flights to several major destinations in the US and across the world. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity between the city and airport through a well-rounded network of rental cars, luxury sedans, taxis, public transit services, shuttles, ride sharing and car rentals services. Coleman A. Young International Airport is located six miles northeast of downtown Detroit, but it has no scheduled passenger airline service now.
Hyderabad is the capital of the southern Indian state of Telangana and de jure capital of Andhra Pradesh. One of India’s three Information Technology hotspots, this late 16th century city doubles up as a confluence of three regional medieval regal powers - the Qutb Shahi, Nizami and Mughal. Hyderabad enthralls its visitors with its spectacular combination of various architectural and culinary styles. The former is visible in its state-of-the-art monuments like Golconda Fort and the Charminar, while the latter comes to the fore with the world-famous Hyderabadi Biryani and Hyderabadi haleem cuisines. Hyderabad is also home to the Telugu film industry, which is India’s second-largest producer of motion pictures.
Built in 1591, the Charminar (literally, ‘Four Minarets’) is Hyderabad’s numero uno highlight. It is a riverside monument and mosque along Musi River, neatly flanked by Laad Bazaar (a famous market for bangles) and the Mecca Masjid (it is fabled to be built of soil and stones brought from the Holy Mecca). This mosque is built as a grand square of 20 meters per side and bounded by four grand arches with an exquisitely designed minaret on each side.
Golkonda (or ‘a round hill’) or Golla konda (or ‘the Shepherd’s Hill’) is a citadel and fort situated 11 kilometers away from Hyderabad. It used to serve as the capital of the Qutb Shahi dynasty (1518-1687 AD) and the famous Koh-i-Noor diamond was mined here. This grand fort is a sum of four distinct forts with a 10 kilometer long outer wall, and one of its enclosures leads to the ‘Fateh Darwaza’ (or the Victory Gate), which is popular for its architectural marvel.
Ramoji Film City
The Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad is the Guinness World Records holder as the world’s largest Film Studio complex. It is also the largest integrated film city in the Telangana and the largest studio complex in the world. This iconic film city attracts millions of visitors every year for its natural and artificial attractions. It is owned by Ramoji Rao, a famous film producer who was awarded the India's second highest civilian honor, Padma Vibhushan in 2016.
Best Time to fly to Hyderabad
The best seasons to fly to Hyderabad are winter and spring that together run from late November to March. During this time, city experiences ambient temperatures in the range of 20 to 35 deg Celcius, and visitors can use it for shopping and sightseeing. Those on a budget, can plan can a visit here in summer season from April to July to avail cheaper flight and accommodation. However, the city experiences high temperatures and even heat waves during this season and the temperature may well reach up to 40 deg C.