Bhadrachalam is situated at a distance of 331 km from Hyderabad. Known for the Sri Rama Temple constructed in the year 1674 A.D, Bhadrachalam is well connected to Hyderabad by road and rail.
However, the best way to reach Bhadrachalam from Hyderabad is by road, a journey of about 7 hours by car. The places covered between Hyderabad and Bhadrachalam are Hyderabad - 52 km -> Bhongir - 37 km -> Jangaon - 63 km -> Warangal - 41 km -> Kothagundam - 36 km -> Bhadrachalam.
On the way, there are several hospitals, ATMs, rest stops and eating joints. Restrooms are clean in most places. Several fuelling stations of Hindustan Petroleum are also available at regular intervals on the way.
Transport options from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam
Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam By Car: Hire a cab or rent a car to drive down to Bhadrachalam, which takes about 7 hours. This mode is ideal for group travel or for families with senior citizens and kids. Approximate cost of cab per kilometre varies from INR 12 to 22 depending upon the car hired.
Night is the good time to start the journey from Hyderabad. I travelled in my own car. The view on the way to Bhadrachalam was very nice. Nature and the temple on the bank of Godavari are very good. There are many dhabas along the Highway. There are many sightseeing places such as Papikondalu, Parnashaala, Bhadrachalam Temple. Spending time in boat was excellent.
Since it takes only 5 hours of travel time, train timing is aptly set. We will reach in the early morning. There will be enough time for roaming around Bhadrachalam. From Station took an auto and auto driver was very polite. Normally they don't cheat travellers. It will be one hour journey.
You will be spending whole night in the bus, by the time you wake up you will be in Bhadrachalam near to temple, it takes around 6-8 hours from Hyderabad. I felt travelling through bus from Hyderabad is best compare to train.
Private transport will be the best among all transport available from Hyderabad to Bhadrachalam.
The journey was very comfortable. There are enough dhabas in the mid way to Bhadrachalam. SVR is the most renowned travels. Bus has good seats, and other equipment. It doesn't provide charging points. While going to Bhadrachalam don't forget to visit Parnashaala, Paapikondalu ( one of the most beautiful hills in the world).
We went with family to Bhadrachalam, we boarded the train at Secunderabad Station at 11 pm and reached Bhadrachalam road at morning 5 and took a bus from there which is a 1 hour journey from that location and we reached the temple and had a good time there and returned back in the same train at 10:45 pm and reached back to Secunderabad by 4 am again. It was a nice journey.
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