Hyderabad is world’s 3rd best city to visit in 2013

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  1. Daredevil

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    Hyderabad has been named as one of the best cities in the world to visit next year by travel guide book Lonely Planet.

    The Indian city has been described by Lonely Planet as "elegant and blossoming", News.com.au reported.

    Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities for 2013 are:

    San Francisco

    Amsterdam

    Hyderabad

    Derry/Londonderry

    Beijing

    Christchurch

    Hobart

    Montreal

    Addis Ababa

    Puerto Iguazu

    Hyderabad is world’s 3rd best city to visit in 2013 - The Times of India

    Lonely Planet's best cities for 2013 - Telegraph
     
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    Is this because of akbaruddin owaisi? LOL:lol:
     
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    MY REACTION AFTER SEEING MY HOME TOWN HYDERABAD IN THIS LIST
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    [MOD: Quoted post containing expletive removed.]

    You have to remember that the Lonely planet publications are meant for backpackers mostly from developed Western countries who find utterly chaotic cities of India exciting and amusing. People who are drawn to travel generally like to go to places that are virtually opposite to where they live.

    And while Hyderabad may have the honor of making it to the top of the Lonely Planet list in it's current state I don't think it's beneficial to the residents of the city itself. Indian cities have to be reorganized and fitted with a state of the art infrastructure while preserving the ancient architecture (just like European cities).
     
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