Travel by bus from Hyderabad to Vijayawada

Travel by bus from Hyderabad to Vijayawada

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Hyderabad is showered with a series of attractions that attract travellers from worldwide. The wealthy heritage and just proper connectivity with one of kind locations makes it a recommendable destination of journey in India. Sights like Dhamma Chakra Stupa, Ambazari Lake, Ramtek fort Temple, and so on. These are only a few that continues pulling vacationers. The city has for long been known as the city of Nawabs as it is an interesting mix of old world charm and modern infrastructure blending together seamlessly. The locals though westernized haven’t forgotten their roots and still embrace it with the same love as before. It houses some of the most magnificent mosques that have huge markets lined up right outside them. You will get a peek into the rich cultural history of the city through its museums. One of the places that shouldn’t be missed is the Charminar which is believed to be an Indo-Islamic structure built by the locals at that time. The entire structure has been made of limestone and granite giving it quite a royal look and feel. The four minarets of Charminar face four different streets making it visible from a long distance. Make sure to carry cash as the markets that line up outside provide huge bargains on several collectibles like pearls, diamonds and jewellery. Sudden road shuttle plans figure out well from Hyderabad to Vijayawada if travelled by way of bus. I took online bus tickets from redbus, this reduced hassles largely. The smooth functioning of busways helped me to quickly reach Vijayawada.

 

 

Vijayawada, famed for its trade activity, is situated in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The city is bordered through Budameru River and Indrakiladri Hills. The face of the city is progressively changing with its huge progress in every facet and contemporary culture. It has many points of interest like Kanaka Durga Temple, Bhavani Island, Undavalli Caves, Victoria Museum and Subramanya Swamy Temple. The name of the city literally translates to the Place of Victory. All I desired a spoil from my everyday work, I was once travelling Vijayawada to spend a weekend. It was an overnight bus experience for nearly 7 hours. I boarded the bus from Chandanagar from Hyderabad at 9:20pm and that I reached Vijayawada at around 3am. The staff in the bus took good care of all of the passengers and made it an essential point that the ride goes smooth.

 


I opted for an Ac Sleeper bus that handed through wonderful sceneries and landscapes, soon it grew to become darkish and I acquired in listening songs. Mostly, I used to be reading a novel; they played a film in the television that was once established inside the bus. The bus gave relaxation stop at around 11pm; most of the passengers got right down to refresh up and enjoyed a hot cup of coffee. Journeying by way of a bus is whatever I have endlessly adored, the intent being it helps to gather several memories!

 

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