The distance between Bangalore and Tirupati is 258 km. The route is through Kolar and Chitoor; and it takes around 4 hours and 30 minutes, by road. The best way to reach Tirupati from Bangalore, is to take a bus. APSRTC runs daily buses between Bangalore and Tirupati. The ticket fare varies between Rs. 140 to above Rs. 500, depending on the type of bus.
Transport options from Bangalore to Tirupati
Bangalore to Tirupati By Bus: Take a direct bus from Bangalore to Tirupati, which takes around four and a half hours. The Central Bus Stand of Tirupati is located in the city centre. Ideal for backpackers and individual travellers.
Bangalore to Tirupati By Car: Hire a cab from Bangalore to Tirupati, which takes around four hours. Cost of cab ranges from INR9 to INR25 per kilometre, depending upon the type of car. Recommended for group travellers, seniors and families with kids.
Bangalore to Tirupati By Train: Take a direct train from Bangalore to Tirupati, which takes 6 hours. Tirupati Railway Station is located at the city centre. Train is suitable for groups and families with seniors and kids.
It is the journey from the fare 275 in the bus Bangalore (majestic bus stand) to tirupathi (APSRTC bus stand). Between this Bus Stop we can experience a huge comfort-ability and changes from time to time it is a distance of about 352 km from Bangalore and a 7 hrs of journey. Bus leaves from Majestic Bus Stop and goes to Tirupathi via Kolar, Mulbagal, ppalaneer. Chittoor. If the bus starts from Majestic and reaches the Kolar with in a spam of 3 hrs due to the heavy traffic bus will go slow and time may change from 2 hrs to 3 hrs. The road is fully and highly suffocated and cleaned. From Kolar the bus will go to Mulbhagal, for about 1 hr the bus give stop for about 15 minutes in the Palamneer section for food purpose the people can take there food here after completing there rest hours in the Palaneer the bus will directly go to Chittoor which is 1 hr a journey in the Chitoor gives a stop for 30 minutes from Chitoor he will go to the Tirupati via Chandragiri route one can see Achandragiri Fort the Kingdom of Shree Krishna Deverayya passing on the way from windows only the bus reaches to the APSRTC bus stand lastly about 7 hrs and journey in this Government fully safe and secure I personally advice the people or travellers to go Tirupathi for dharshan of Lord Venkateshwara safely in the Government busses only.
KSRTC Airavath Volvo / Benz buses are very good. Clean, well-maintained. Can stretch full legs and rest. Seats are good, comfortable and clean. Staff are very well-trained and the service is very good with the behavior of driver and conductor. In between stops for breaks is also good place, can get good decent food and beverages. Few buses are also having Toilet inside. Each seat is having good personalised entertainment facility. Overall, one of the best mode of transport.
Too much to explain but in brief it is a religious, relaxed and pleasant journey. Too much cannot be elaborated . We have limit our-self .But one has to experience the same then you get the feel . A t the same time they will know the real facts .
I think that the best way. Be cautious when you are with the strangers and travelling with kids. Nothing but belief / trust one thing which makes everyone comfortable.
Journey from Bangalore to Tirupathi is an unforgettable memories in our life, we travelled from our home to various parts of the world or India. This journey from Bangalore to Ttirupathi can say a 100% safety because the roads here are maintained at high level distribution so that we can get a smooth journey in the bus or in any vehicle.
The kilometer from Bangalore to Tirupathi is 375 Kms, according to me one can travel this huge mileage of 370 with in a period of 9 to 10 hrs but the roads here can give a comfortable journey with in a span of four to five hrs. We will get a huge buses of various types such as ordinary buses, luxury, semi luxury, semi sleeper Etc. It is better to travel in a Government buses. First we get a stop in Chittoor which is 160 km from Bangalore here we can get a lunch and any food items here we get 30-40 minutes break. From Chitoor bus will dispatch to the Palamnear with in 40 minutes from Palamnear we get ghat section which is 17 kms in the forest.
After the ghat section we will get a village by name Chandragiri by which we can see the fort of Shree krishnadevaraya Grom Chandragiri we can go to Tirupathi Highway which is about 180 kms in National Highway if we don't want to go in National Highway we deviate to left side of Chandragiri 30 minutes of destination, we get Tirupathi from this safety and precautionary road we can also travel from Bangalore to Tirupathi in night time without any fear of accidents in the road sides. We can get a huge selling of food stuff 24hrs also I advice to travellers to go this side to Tirupathi.
This is my first drive to Tirupathi. I love my car and I love driving long distance. Bangalore to Tirupathi route doesn't have decent restaurants on the left side, barring one or two near Bangalore. Only the Karnataka side of the road is four lane. Andhra side roads are not bad, but single carriage and difficult to drive drive during the night, with all the morons driving with the high beam on. So, I suggest that this route be done during day time as against driving in the night.
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