Operators serving on this Route
A number of prominent operators ply buses from solapur to nashik ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are,
Dropping Points in Nashik
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Solapur is a town located at the border of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It has been named Solapur because it originally comprised of sixteen villages (‘sola’ means sixteen and ‘pur’ means village). The major attraction in Solapur is the Siddheshwar Temple, which is located in the center of a lake. Apart from this, one can find several Jain temples in Solapur that are named after the Jain Tirthankaras. Some of these temples are Parasnath temple, Mallikarjuna temple and Adinath temple. A few other popular tourist destinations of Solapur include Revansiddeshwar temple, Aga Khan Palace, Bhuikot fort and Samadhi of Swami Samarth Maharaja of Akkalkot. Solapur is also well known for textile industry as weaving is one of the major occupations of the townsfolk. Solapur is well connected with all the important cities nearby. There are regular bus services to important towns like Hyderabad, Shirdi, Nagpur, Pune and Bangalore among others.
Nashik is a ancient holy city of India located in the state of Maharashtra. The city is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus and also serves as a landing site for pilgrims heading for Shirdi and Trambakeshwar. Nashik plays host to the Kumbh Mela once in 12 years. The city of Nashik offers plenty of interesting sites to explore and like Tapovan, Panchvati, Trambakeshwar, Kalaram Temple, Pandav Leni, Anjaneri Parvat and much more. For souvenirs tourists can shop for varied silverware and ornaments, which is a specialty of the region. A must do in the city is to gorge on the spicy savory snack ‘missal pav’, which is another specialty of the region.