The Distance between Nagpur to Mumbai is 1095Kms by road. A total of 2 operators provide bus service from Nagpur to Mumbai, connecting two important cities of India and a total of 2. Prasanna Purple Travels, Sanjay Travels Nagpur, Sanjay Travels Nagpur are the major operators of Nagpur to Mumbai route. Nagpur to Mumbai bus timings vary with different operator, it takes around 17hrs to 19hrs 30min to complete this journey depending on the operator, type of bus and traffic conditions. The first bus takes off around 04:30 PM and last bus at 05:00 PM. The lowest Nagpur to Mumbai bus fare being Rs.1350 and the highest being Rs.1500 depending on the type of bus.
Travelling from Nagpur to Mumbai 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 A/C Sleeper, Volvo A/C Seater. Now that redbus has tied up with many operators, booking tickets from Nagpur to Mumbai has become very easy.
|A/C Sleeper (2+1)||05:00 PM||10:00 AM||17hrs||
|Volvo A/C Seater (2+2)||04:30 PM||12:00 PM||19hrs 30min||
Located in the Deccan Plateau, Nagpur is also known as the ‘Orange Capital of India’. Located geographically in the centre, Nagpur is where the Zero Mile Marker is located. Nagpur gets its name from the Nag River that flows through the city. The sightseeing options in and around the city include Gavilgad Fort, Dragon Palace Temple, Forts of Balapur, Diksha Bhoomi stupa, Maharaj Baug and Zoo. Some of the temples found here are the Shri Balaji Temple, Tekdi Ganapati Mandir, Shri Vyankatesh Temple and Sri Poddareshwar Ram Mandir. Tourists who are interested in trekking can go up to the Seminary Hill where one can get a full view of the city. The Sitabuldi Fort is situated here. Ambazari Lake, situated at a distance of 6 km from Nagpur centre, is spread over an area of 20 acres, has a musical fountain, a water park, amusement games, electric rides and boatin
Mumbai, earlier known as Bombay, is the capital of the State of Maharashtra. Since most of the countries big financial institutions (like RBI, Stock Exchange and so on) is located it Mumbai, it is also considered as the financial capital of India. Mumbai is one of the most crowded cities of the country as well as the world. It ranks fifth in the list of the most densely populated cities of the world. Nonetheless, Mumbai welcomes people from all walks of life irrespective of their backgrounds. The British developed what was a cluster of seven islands into the bustling city called Mumbai. It was also under the British rule that the place attained importance and further developed into a major financial and commercial hub of the country. Now, Mumbai is often called the City that never sleeps, owing to the commercial and financial activities that the city witnesses even during the night times.