Bangalore is located at a distance of 570 km from Hyderabad. Known as the Garden City and Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is well-connected to Hyderabad by road, rail and air. However, the best way to reach Bangalore from Hyderabad is by road, a journey of about 8 hours. The NH-7 goes through Hyderabad-19 km -> Umdanagar-32 km -> Faroognagar-29 km -> Jadcherla-73 km -> Pebbair-58 km -> Kurnool-93 km -> Gooty-52 km -> Anantapur-116 km -> Bagepalli-44 km -> Chikballapur-58 km -> Devanahalli-42 km -> Bangalore. There are many petrol pumps run by Indian Oil, HP and BPCL all along the way. You will also find various restaurants and dhabas, which offer decent food and clean wash room facilities.
Transport options from Hyderabad to Bangalore
Hyderabad to Bangalore By Car: Hire a cab or drive to Bangalore from Hyderabad, a journey of about 8 hours. The cost of the cab ranges from INR 10 to INR 54 per kilometer, depending upon the type of car. Additionally, you will also have to pay toll tax. Best suited for families travelling with kids and senior citizens.
Hyderabad to Bangalore By Bus: Frequent and direct buses, both government and private operate between Hyderabad and Bangalore on a daily basis. Take a direct bus from Hyderabad to Bangalore, a journey of about 9 hours. VRL Travels, Orange Tours and Travels, SRS Travelsoperates more number of buses from Hyderabad to Bangalore route.Ideal for individual travellers and backpackers.
Hyderabad to Bangalore By Train: Being two important cities, Bangalore and Hyderabad are well-connected by railways. Take a direct train from Hyderabad to Bangalore. Some of the trains that ply on all days of the week are Bangalore Express (2785) and KCG YPR Express (7603). Both these trains depart from the Kachiguda Railway Station that connects Hyderabad City with MMTS Rail Transit.
The bus was exact on time and the TV was not good no sound, but it was a Benz with reasonable charge. The staff is nothing much to do and we had a pleasant journey. Started at 10 and they dropped at 6, very fast in deed. I would prefer this when I travel through redbus.
While travelling to Bangalore with my family from Hyderabad took the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) semi sleeper AC bus. The travel was more than pleasant and the bus was cleanly maintained and the bus staff were more friendly and bus had enough pit stops which was comfortable and also the bus driver was driving carefully. But the traffic in Bangalore is quite hectic. The traffic rules are not properly managed. Other than that the bus journey was a pleasant one.
My visit to Banglore was a great trip of my life and I have never experienced such a nice experience. The travel by car was good. I felt more happy when we reached Krishna's temple there because my mom was big devotee of him. She felt very happy because she was a devotee of Lord Krishna since she was 8 years old and we almost stayed there for 3 hrs.
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AH 43/NH 7 and Bangalore - Hyderabad Hwy/AH 43/NH 7
It's really an unforgettable journey as my journey was with our friends (girls too). Climate was bit odd but it was not so bad and can be adjustable. Not much to be worried about. Meals were provided by the canteen guys of the train and departure was okay. It was not so bad. There are many places in B'lore where'll get spicy Andhra food. So we've not missed our traditional food in the places we travelled. Really felt like weeping after completing the trip. The journey that I dis this time is for the first time in my entire life.
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