Vijayawada to Ananthapur route is spread over at a distance of 660Kms by road. With a total of 1, redBus offers options to choose from 1 operators for Vijayawada to Ananthapur route. Veera Travels Proddutur are the major operators of Vijayawada to Ananthapur route. On Average, Vijayawada to Ananthapur travel time is 11hrs and can go up to 11hrs depending on the type of bus, operator and traffic conditions. Buses from Vijayawada to Ananthapur are available from 08:00 PM to 08:00 PM. Minimum Vijayawada to Ananthapur bus fare is Rs.570 and maximum being Rs.570, lowest fares provided by redBus depending on the operator you choose and the type of bus.
Travelling from Vijayawada to Ananthapur 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 Non A/C Seater. Now that redbus has tied up with many operators, booking tickets from Vijayawada to Ananthapur has become very easy.
|Non A/C Seater (2+2)||08:00 PM||07:00 AM||11hrs||
Vijayawada is one of the biggest cities of Andhra Pradesh. Located atop the Krishna delta, the city lies between River Budameru on the north and the Indrakiladri Hills on the west. The meaning of the word Vijayawada is – ‘The Place of Victory’. It is said that the city was named Vijayawada when Lord Shiva blessed Arjuna on the Indrakiladri Hills. Another version is that the city got the name as Goddess Durga killed a demon she became ‘Vijaya’ (victorious) and the place where she rested became ‘Vijayawada’. Vijayawada is an ancient city and was ruled by kings like Madhava Varma, Chalukyas and Krishna Deva Raya among others. Vijayawada is now a well-developed trade centre of the state. It is well connected with other parts of the state by means of roadways and railways. Several bus services are available to various cities like Hyderabad, Secundarabad, Chennai, Pune, Vizag, and Bangalore among others.
Anantapur is one of the major cities in the newly formed state of Seemandhra. It has gained a lot of importance because it is the Birth Place of Sri Satya Sai Baba, a world-renowned spiritual leader. It lies towards the westernmost part of the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh. Anantapur is a classic example of how ancient history and modern life can go hand in hand. A great pilgrim centre, Anantapur is also the largest district of the state. It is bordered on north by Kurnool, on the east by Cuddapah and Chittoor and on the south and west by the Karnataka State. Anantapur is well connected with other parts of Seemandhra as well as the neighbouring states of Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is well known for its silk trade in the present times. The Lepakshi temple and Puttaparthi Ashram of Sai Baba in Anantapur district are some of the most famous tourist attractions of South India.