Nizamabad is situated at a distance of 166 km from Hyderabad. Previously known by the name of Induru and popular as the commercial marketing centre of Andhra Pradesh, Nizamabad is well connected to Hyderabad by road and rail.
However, the best way to reach Nizamabad from Hyderabad is by road, a journey of about 3 hours 20 minutes by car. The places covered between Hyderabad and Nizamabad are Hyderabad - 54 km -> Masaipet - 53 km -> Karmareddy - 44 km -> Indalvai - 15 km -> Nizamabad.
On the way, there are several hospitals, ATMs, rest stops and eating joints. Some of the popular eating joints are Agra Chatwala, Tasty Ice-cream, 3 Seasons, Green Bawarchi and Pariwar, among others. Restrooms are clean in most places. En route several fuelling stations are also available at regular intervals.
Transport options from Hyderabad to Nizamabad
Hyderabad to Nizamabad By Car: Hire a cab or rent a car to drive down to Nizamabad, which takes about 3 hours 20 minutes. This mode is appropriate for group travel or for families with senior citizens and kids. Estimated cost of cab per kilometre varies from INR 12 to 22 depending upon the car hired.
We had a lot of fun and we started from Kompally and our destination distance was just 160 km. It just took 2 hours to reach and we reached Medchal and it was badly raining in which we even could not see the road, there we had to halt our journey for 10 mins and again we started. The weather was totally cloudy and then we reached Kamareddy it means we reached half of the distance. There we took some snacks and we are 4 in total and had a couple with us. Then were totally in romantic mood, which made us tentative all the time but ya we controlled and finally we reached our destination with small talks, jokes and so on.
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We started from Nizamabad and it started at around 8.30 and it was late by 15 mins but when it started it took the full pace to move toward Kamareddy. We found it very interesting in terms of its speed a thrilling adventure. Then it stopped at Akannapet where we had the very famous tea of the state and then it went on directly to Secunderabad at 11.00. Thanks to it as it was on time. We stayed at a hotel near Hi-Tech named Meridian Grand and overall a nice hotel with a very delicious food and then we returned by the same train next day at 10.00 and by 12.00 pm we reached Nizamabad.
Its very frequent that we travel to Hyderabad in the same route. NH44 is awesome and we need not even apply break for 100KM except at Toll Plaza. It offers many dhabas where in we can have specialised punjabi food too, we have few Sight seeing places and temples on the go.