Shirdi is located at a distance of around 585 km from Hyderabad. Popular for the temple of Shri Sai Baba, Shirdi is well connected to Hyderabad by roadways, railways and airways.
The best way to reach Shirdi from Hyderabad is by bus, which takes around 10 hours. The places covered during the journey from Hyderabad to Shirdi are Hyderabad - 57 km ->Sangareddy 251 km -> Solapur 251 km -> Pune 142 km -> Sangamner 43 km -> Shirdi.
On the way to Shirdi, there are many food joints and rest stops. These include Samir Hotel, Dominos Pizza, Geek Coffee, Subway, The Red Bean Restaurant, Dhawat Restaurant, etc. Facilities like petrol pumps and ATMs are also available at regular intervals on this route.
Transport options from Hyderabad to Shirdi
Hyderabad to Shirdi By Bus: Take a direct bus from Hyderabad to Shirdi, which takes around 10 hours. The Shirdi Bus Depot is situated at a distance of around 2 km from the city centre. Recommended for backpackers and individual travellers.
Hyderabad to Shirdi By Car: Hire a cab or rent a car to drive down to Shirdi from Hyderabad, which takes around 10 hours. Recommended for seniors, kids and families.
Hyderabad to Shirdi By Train: Take a direct train from Hyderabad to Shirdi. The journey by train takes around 16 hours. The Sainagar Shirdi railway station is around 2 km from the city centre. It is suitable for group travellers, seniors and families with kids.
Hyderabad to Shirdi By Flight: Take a flight from Hyderabad to Gandhinagar Airport of Nasik, which is around 79 km from Shirdi. Cabs and taxis are easily available from this airport to the Shirdi city centre. Flights are not recommended as they are time consuming.
It was a comfortable journey from Secunderabad to Nagersol, where we got down and travelled to Shirdi by a hired taxi. The taxi charges are around Rs.800/ and it was quite good. We reached Sai Asram and stayed for 3 nights. The stay was very pleasant. On the trip back also we came back to Nagersol and took train back to home town.
I want to share my travelling experience of Shirdi about the tour and enjoyed the moments. Its around 20 hours journey but I am not getting bored while with my family and friends. I visit every year, wonderful place. Only for the people who cannot come by bus. Its better to get down at Nagarsur. Only for the people who cannot come by bus. Very good place for devotees of Sai Baba. We have visited Shirdi and Mumbai and the trip was excellent and memorable. Shirdi have Good hotels with Goods foods. Marathi peoples are also very nice and soft.
Travelled from Hyderabad to Shiridi in Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) bus and it is a sleeper coach. Seat quality is good and food at halt place is ok. You can watch movies in the bus as TV is available. Staff are very good and no issues with them and helped me a lot. You can also request them to stop if you have to go for bathroom.
The journey was comfortable with comfortable seats and the bed sheets and pillow cover must be washed and kept clean for the next passenger but the bed sheets and pillow covers smelt. Over all the bus condition was average. Itís better if the driver or conductor suggests how to reach the temple and itís good if they reach before morning.
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