The Distance between Ahmedabad to Delhi is 1193Kms by road. With a total of 10, redBus offers options to choose from 7 operators for Ahmedabad to Delhi route. operates the maximum number of services from Ahmedabad to Delhi route. Ahmedabad to Delhi bus timings vary with different operator and bus type, the journey takes 16hrs 45min to 23hrs 30min to complete this journey depending on the operator, type of bus and traffic conditions. Buses from Ahmedabad to Delhi are available from 09:00 AM to 08:00 PM. Ahmedabad to Delhi bus fare ranges from Rs.400 to Rs.2000 depending on the type of bus.
Travelling from Ahmedabad to Delhi can be comfortable and easy as there are many types of buses available for travellers. Different type of buses are available in this route like . Now that redbus has tied up with many operators, booking tickets from Ahmedabad to Delhi has become very easy.
Ahmedabad is one of the largest and fastest growing cities of India. Located along the banks of river Sabarmati, Ahmedabad is fondly called Amdavad by the locals. It is one of the cities of India with historic imporatnce as well, because of its close association with Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation. The Sabarmati Ashram here is one of the most visited places of the city.Ahmedabad is also known as the “Manchester of the East” as it is renowned for its textile mills.An ancient city called Karnavati, Ahmedabad was renamed thus after being defeated by Sultan Ahmed Shah. The major attractions here include the Bhadra Fort, the tombs of Ahmed Shah and his queens, Ahmed Shah's Mosque, Jama Masjid, Mosque of Sidi Sayid, Teen Darwaza or Triple Gateway, to list a few.Ahmedabad can be easily reached by road and rail. Several buses connect the city to other important cities and towns nearby.
Delhi, the National Capital Region of India, is one of the oldest cities in the country. It stands along the banks of the river Yamuna in the east, and is surrounded by the Aravalli range in the west and south. Relics of ancient India can still be seens around every corner in Delhi. It is also the epicenter of the Indian political system. With an urban population of more than 25 million residents, Delhi is a melting pot of culture. Forts, markets, street food, chaos, mass diversity, and students at every corner. This is today’s Delhi. The Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, and India Gate are some of the most popular places in Delhi where travellers and tourists flock to while visiting the city.