Nagpur to Bangalore Bus


Nagpur to Bangalore Bus Service

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18 hrs 12 mins
Nagpur
Bangalore
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INR 1499.00

Nagpur to Bangalore Bus Distance

Earliest Bus
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09:00
Last Bus
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21:30
Bus Companies
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6

Nagpur to Bangalore Bus Timings & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Orange Tours And Travels 17:30 20:30 9 hrs 32 mins
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SRS Travels 16:45 16:45 5 hrs 30 mins
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Northern Travels 22:45 23:30 6 hrs 22 mins
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Useful Information on Bus from Nagpur to Bangalore

The journey from Nagpur to Bangalore is very smoothly covered by a bus in 18 hours. For bus booking on Nagpur to Bangalore route, customers can check the buses based on travel time and sort the buses based on less duration. There are operators running their buses between Nagpur to Bangalore bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. Usually, 205 buses are plying from Nagpur to Bangalore. All buses are driven by proficient drivers ensuring safety during the journey.


Nagpur to Bangalore Bus Operators

A number of prominent operators ply buses from Nagpur to Bangalore ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering various kinds of bus services are:

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    FAQS for Nagpur to Bangalore bus ticket booking

    What are the boarding points in Nagpur for Nagpur to Bangalore bus?

    The common boarding points for Nagpur and Bangalore are Airport Metro Station Beside Pride Hotel, Ajni Square, Ashirwad Theatre, Buttibori Near Shani Mandir, Chatrapathi, Chatrapati sqare, Dharampeth, Gitanjali Talkies, Hinganghat savidhan chowk, Lohapul.

    What are the dropping points in Bangalore for Nagpur to Bangalore bus?

    The common dropping points for Nagpur and Bangalore are Anand Rao Circle, Bangalore Airport, Bellandur, Corporation Circle, Devanahalli, Electronic City, HRBR Layout, HSR Layout, Hebbal, Horamavu.

    What is the cheapest bus ticket fare for Nagpur to Bangalore bus?

    The cheapest bus ticket fare for Nagpur to Bangalore is INR 1499.00.

    What is the departure time of the first bus from Nagpur to Bangalore?

    The departure time of the first bus from Nagpur to Bangalore is 09:00.

    What is the departure time of the last bus from Nagpur to Bangalore?

    The departure time of the last bus from the Nagpur to Bangalore is 21:30.

    What payment options are available for Nagpur to Bangalore bus ticket booking?

    redBus offer various payment options for bus ticket booking for Nagpur to Bangalore like redBus Wallet, Credit and debit cards, UPI payments such as Gpay, PhonePe, and Amazon Pay, wallets payments like Paytm and amazon pay, net banking, and buy now and pay later applications like Simpl.

    What is the Nagpur to Bangalore bus timings?

    You can check the Nagpur to Bangalore timing on the redBus application; all you have to do is search for the Nagpur, Bangalore, and travel date. Post that, you will be navigated to the bus operator list for Nagpur and Bangalore. Select the preferred bus you want to travel to, and you can also see the first and last bus from the list.

    Can I reschedule my Nagpur to Bangalore bus?

    If you opt for the Flexi ticket, you can easily reschedule your bus ticket from the redBus application. You have to click on the change date option in the bus operator.

    I missed my Nagpur to Bangalore bus. Do I get a refund?

    redBus provides a 100% refund if the bus is missed due to either redBus or its partner company's fault. However, if the bus is missed due to any other reason not directly related to redBus, no refund is provided.

    Are buses running between Nagpur to Bangalore?

    There is 9 Buses running between Nagpur to Bangalore today.

    What is the customer care number for Nagpur to Bangalore bus?

    For any customer Support or Complaints regarding bus booking: Navigate to this Page https://m.redbus.in/help/, 24/7 Customer Support is available.

    How can I cancel my Nagpur to Bangalore bus ticket?

    Users can cancel Nagpur to Bangalore bus tickets through their redBus account online or in the app, or by contacting customer service. Cancellations will incur charges as outlined on the ticket.


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    Nagpur to Bangalore Bus Types

    Various types of buses serving passengers from Nagpur to Bangalore ensuring safety and comfort. A few bus services are:

    • Scania Multi-Axle A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2)
    • Volvo Multi-Axle A/C Sleeper (2+1)
    • Volvo Multi-Axle A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2)

    About Nagpur

    • Nagpur is a bustling city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the state's third-largest city and is noted for its rich cultural legacy, history, and delectable gastronomy. Because of its unique blend of traditional and modern cultures, the city is a famous tourist destination for visitors from all over India and the world.
    • Nagpur's rich history extends back to the eighth century. Several dynasties, including the Mauryas, Satavahanas, and Bhonsles, governed it provides. Nagpur was a key cotton trading centre and railway hub during British control. Nowadays, the city is a significant economic, and industrial hub noted for its manufacturing industries and information technology firms.
    • Food: Nagpur is well-known for its delectable cuisine, particularly street food. Samosas, chaat, vada pav, and pani puri are some of the most popular foods. Rasgullas, barfis, and laddoos are some of the city's other famous sweets. Nagpur is also renowned for its oranges, which are grown in the area and provides a significant revenue source for local farmers.
    • Culture and Handicraft: Nagpur has a diverse cultural legacy that combines Hindu and Muslim influences. The city's traditional arts and crafts are pottery, embroidery, and beadwork. In addition, Nagpur residents enjoy annual festivities such as Diwali, Holi, and Ganesh Chaturthi.
    • Language: Nagpur's official language is Marathi, but Hindi and English are also commonly spoken.
    • Nagpur has a well-developed transportation infrastructure, with many bus and train services connecting the city to the rest of India. The Nagpur Bus Terminal is one of the busiest in India, with daily connections to cities such as Mumbai, Pune, and Hyderabad. Nagpur is also a major railway centre, with numerous main lines crossing through the city.
    • Airport Access: Nagpur's airport, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, serves many domestic and international destinations. The airport is well-connected to the rest of India and the rest of the world, making it a popular entrance point for visitors to the city.
    • Nagpur has several noteworthy attractions, including the Deekshabhoomi, the world's largest hollow stupa; the Sitabuldi Fort, a historical fort erected by the British; and the Nagpur Central Museum, which exhibits a collection of artefacts linked to the region's history and culture. In addition, the Raman Science Centre, the Balaji Mandir, and the Ambazari Lake and Garden are notable tourist sites in Nagpur.

    Bus Boarding Points in Nagpur

    Most private bus operators tend to have their boarding points. However, you can board a Nagpur to Bangalore bus at:

    • Agni Square
    • Dharampeth
    • Hote Pride Metro
    • Sai Sangam

    About Bangalore (Bengaluru)

    • Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru, is the capital city of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is a cosmopolitan city known for its pleasant weather, greenery, and vibrant culture. Bangalore's rich history dates back to the 16th century when Kempegowda, a local chieftain, founded it. Over the years, Bangalore has grown into a major hub for the IT, biotech, and aerospace industries.
    • The culture of Bangalore is a blend of traditional South Indian culture and modern influences. Kannada is the official language of Karnataka and is widely spoken in Bangalore. However, due to the city's cosmopolitan nature, several other languages, such as English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu, are also widely spoken.
    • Bangalore is famous for handicrafts and art, including Mysore silk, sandalwood carvings, and rosewood furniture. The city is home to several museums, art galleries, and cultural centres that showcase the rich heritage of Karnataka. Bangalore is known for its music and traditions, including classical dance forms such as Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi.
    • Bangalore is well connected to major cities in India by road, rail, and air. The city has a well-developed bus network that connects it to several other cities in Karnataka and neighbouring states. The Bangalore City Railway Station is one of the busiest railway stations in India and connects the city to several other major cities in the country. The Kempegowda International Airport is the main airport serving Bangalore and is well-connected to several international and domestic destinations.
    •  Bangalore is a vibrant city that offers a unique blend of traditional culture and modern influences. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and several tourist attractions, Bangalore is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in exploring the rich cultural heritage of Karnataka.

    Places to visit in and around Bangalore

    1.  Bangalore Palace: Built in 1878, the Bangalore Palace epitomises beauty and architecture. King Chamaraja Wadeyar of the Wadeyar dynasty was impressed by the Windsor Castle of London and go this palace built on those lines. The majestic palace is spread over an area of 45,000 square feet. Guided tours are available inside the palace complex.
    2. Bannerghatta National Park: Established in 1971, the national park is built over 104.27 square kilometres. It houses various fauna and flora. The butterfly park is the first in the country. The main attractions for the children are the park, aquarium, crocodile farm, elephant sanctuary, snake park and many more. You can also opt for a jungle safari.
    3. Devarayanadurga: Devarayanadurga or DD hills is known as the ‘the fort of God’ and is situated at 4000 feet. There are numerous 2000-year-old temples like Laxmi Narasimha Temple, Bhoganarasimha Temple and Yoga Narasimha Temple.
    4. HAL Aerospace Museum: Inaugurated in 2001, the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited museum is the first Aerospace museum in India. Several models of aircraft and helicopters are on display here. Photographs depicting the aviation industry from the 1940s and models of aircraft engines are displayed inside the two halls. Visitors can experience flying on the gaming simulator. A mock air traffic control tower and a sustainability development park also exist.
    5. ISKCON Temple: The ISKCON temple at Malleswaram is one of the largest Krishna temples in the world. In 1997, it enshrined the deities of Radha Krishna, Nitai Gauranga, Prahlada Narasimha, Srinivasa Govinda, Krishna Balarama and Srila Prabhupada. The Akshay Patra Foundation started in 2000 and is a Midday meal initiative taken by ISKCON Bangalore.
    6. Lalbagh: Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a haven for nature lovers. Hyder Ali commissioned Lalbagh, and his son Tipu Sultan completed it. The main attraction spots at Lalbagh are the glass house, bonsai garden, lake, lotus pond, large rock, a flower clock and watch tower. Flower shows are also organised here on special occasions.
    7. Nandi Hills: Situated at 4851 feet above sea level, the view is breathtaking. People flock there to experience the sunrise. It is well known for its greenery and numerous temple, shrines and monuments inside the fortress. It is ideal for trekking, cycling and paragliding. In 1986, the SAARC summit, hosted by India, was held at Nandi Hills.
    8. Shivoham Shiva Temple: Built-in 1995, the temple has a 65 feet high white monolith of Lord Shiva, which is awe-inspiring. The statue is placed in an artificial pond with majestic Himalayas in the background. There is also a 32 feet Lord Ganesha. Amarnath Paanch Dham and 12 jyotirlingas are also recreated here.
    9. Tipu Sultan Summer Palace: As the name suggests, Tipu Sultan used the palace as a summer residence. Located inside the Bangalore Fort, the Indo-Islamic architecture is now turned into a museum. The magnificent structure is adorned with arches, pillars and balconies. There are various displays of items belonging to Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali and a replica of Tipu Sultan’s tiger.

    Bus Drop-off Points in Bangalore

    Even though drop-off points vary for different private operators, some common dropping points for Nagpur to Bangalore buses are:

    • Anand Rao Circle
    • Electronic City
    • Hebbal
    • Madiwala
    • Corporation Circle
    • Silk Board
    • Majestic

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