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Airports in Dallas
Dallas is served by two airports - Dallas Fort Worth International, and Dallas Love Field, the former is the primary airport serving the city. Dallas Love Field airport was the main airport serving the city until 1974. It is located 6 miles away from downtown Dallas. The airport serves Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Statistical Area (also known as Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex) through scheduled flights to domestic destinations only. The Dallas Love Field airport is seamlessly connected to all parts of the city. Passengers can choose from the state-operated Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) service to go to the nearest Orange and Green light rail lines, or they can use rental cars, airport shuttle services, taxi cab service, Limousines, sedans and black car services and app-based transportation companies to travel into the city.
Hyderabad is the capital of southern India's Telangana state. A national hub of Information Technology, the city hosts Indian headquarters of Google and Microsoft. Hyderabad was founded by emperor Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 and delights visitors with its profound historical, architectural and culinary identity. Some popular historical sites here include the Charminar, Mecca Masjid and Qutb Shahi Tombs. Hyderabad was also a famous diamond trading centre and some of the world’s most famous diamonds like Koh-i-Noor were mined here.
Things to do in Hyderabad
Mecca Masjid or Makkah Masjid
Mecca Masjid is one of the oldest and largest mosques in Hyderabad. It is flanked at some distance by two notable historic landmarks - the Chowmahalla Palace and the Charminar. Common folklore assumes that the central arch of this mosque was built using soil and bricks brought from the Mecca, the birthplace of Prophet Mohammad and thus it came to be known as Mecca Masjid. The mosque also then formed the centerpiece around which the city was later developed by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah. The Mecca Masjid is also thought to house a hair of the Prophet Muhammad.
Hyderabad’s most famous icon, the Charminar (literally ‘Four Minarets’) is a late 16th century monument with a mosque and a temple on the top and bottom of one of its minarets. Nicknamed Arc de Triomphe of the East, this stunning piece of Indo-Islamic and Persian architectural styles is flanked by four ornate minarets and four grand arches. The Charminar is where Hyderabad’s founder, emperor Quli Qutb Shah had prayed to the Almighty for his city to be relieved of cholera epidemic in 1592. This grand structure is also surrounded by jewelry and pearl markets called the Laad Baazar and the Pather Gatti respectively.
Chowmahalla Palace (literally Four Palaces) was the official residence of the Nizams of Hyderabad. This royal palace is a delightful work of Mughal, Persian, and Neo-Classical architectural styles. Some highlights here include its Bara Imam that flaunts many domes, arches and ornate stucco artworks, the Clock Tower (whose clock has been running for over 250 years now) and the Roshan Bangla (that houses Nizam’s collection of vintage cars like the Rolls Royce).
Best time to fly to Hyderabad
It is best to fly to Hyderabad in the winter and spring seasons that run from late November to March. This time of the year is characterized with temperatures in the range of 20 to 35 deg C. if you’d like to save some money on your trip here, you can come visit the city during summer season, from April to July. Note that during summers, the heat is oppressive and mercury may surge to 40 deg C.