The journey from Karur to Madurai is smoothly covered by a bus in 02:00 hours. The time to travel is dependant on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions.There are operators running their buses between Karur to Madurai bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. Usually, 1 buses are plying from Karur to Madurai. All buses are driven by proficient drivers ensuring safety during journey If you are also looking for return checkout, please ensure to check Madurai to Karur Bus Tickets.
Operators Serving on this Route
A number of prominent operators ply buses from Karur to Madurai ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are :
Kallada Travels (Suresh Kallada)
Boarding Points in Karur
Most of the buses pass through various boarding terminals in the route, a few of the many popular points are :
Dropping Points in Madurai
Most of the buses stop at several drop points in the route, a few of the many popular ones are :
Various types of buses serve from Karur to Madurai, ensuring safety and comfort for travellers, a few buses services are :
Volvo A/C MultiAxle Semisleeper (2+2)
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Karur is a quaint little town located in the heart of the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the oldest towns of the state and boasts of rich history which is embedded in the soil of the region. The rich culture and history of Karur has helped in the formation of the culture and heritage of Tamil Nadu. This peaceful town of Tamil Nadu is home to several temples, which are highly revered by Hindus. Some of these temples include Kalyana Pasupatheeswara swamy temple, Sri Balasubramania swamy temple, Kalyana Venkataramana Swamy temple and Mariyamman Kovil among others.
Often referred to as the ‘Temple City’, Madurai lies on the banks of the beautiful Vagai River. It is the second largest city of Tamil Nadu and is surrounded by two main hills of the region- Nagamalai Hills and Sirumalai Hills. Madurai interestingly has the shape of a lotus which is the reason why the region is called ‘Lotus City’. Its 24x7 working culture has added another nickname to its list- “Sleepless City”. Madurai is quite well-known as a pilgrimage destination and sees many visitors during important festivals. Some of the most popular attractions in the city are Sri Meenakshi Temple, Gandhi Museum, Samanar Hills, Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal and Aayiram Kaal Mandapam.