Weekend Trip to Nagpur, Maharashtra
- Architectural and Natural Wonders
Summer 22 to 49°C and Winter 10 to 33°C
Distance / Traveling Time
From Hyderabad: 501 kilometers / 6 h ,51 m
Best Time To Visit
Famed as the ‘Orange City’ of India, Nagpur or Nagpore is the winter capital of the Maharashtra state. When translated to English, it means ‘the abode of serpent God Nag’. The city gets its name from the River Nag, which flows through it. The city is dotted with a number of natural as well as architectural wonders that makes it a perfect weekend getaway from Hyderabad. Also the largest city of the central region of the country, Nagpur is also famous for its rich culture as well as history. Do not forget to get your hands on oranges of excellent and juiciest quality. It is believed that the people of Nagpur belong to the Nag dynasty, the followers of Lord Buddha. However, the present-day Nagpur was founded during the 18th century by Bhakt Buland, an erstwhile ruler of the region.
How to Reach Nagpur
The Nagpur and the Hyderabad city are well-connected to each other by Train. You can easily board a train to Nagpur from two stations in Hyderabad- Kacheguda (KCG) and Secunderabad Jn (SC).
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport in Nagpur and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, also known as Hyderabad International Airport are well-linked to each other by air through regular flights. You can easily board a flight from Hyderabad to Nagpur. From the airport, avail taxi services.
Both these cities are around 7 hour’s drive away from each other so for a comfortable journey, you can easily rent a car or a cab. The other option is go aboard a deluxe or a luxury tourist bus plying between Hyderabad and Nagpur.