Bangalore and Ballari are located at a distance of 450Kms from each other. Ballari can be reached in about 7hrs 15min.VRL Travels operates close to 3 buses from Bangalore to Ballari. The first VRL Travels bus starts at 10:00 PM, and you can easily access buses till 11:15 PM. Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.400, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.550.
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Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka. It is one of the fastest growing multi-ethnic cities of Asia. It is home to some of the most important industries of the country, especially the Information Technology industry and biotechnology industry. Due to the presence of a large number of IT companies, Bangalore is often called the 'Silicon Valley' of India. Bangalore houses some of India's leading organizations like ISRO, DRDO and the like. Bangalore is also a famous educational hub in the southern part of India. Bangalore, renamed as Bengaluru, is gifted with a pleasing climate. It has many gardens & parks, natural lakes, and other attractions. It offers a judicious mix of tradition and modernity. Bangalore enjoys great connectivity with all the important cities of the world. It is well connected with the nearby cities and towns by roadways. Buses are available to cities like Chennai, Mangalore, Coimbatore, Trivandrum, Kochi, Hyderabad and Pune among others.
Worst bus service . Useless drivers.Neither pick up you at your picking address nor they drop correctly . no AC in ac bs
All things were good about this bus (SRE Ananth travels). They even stopped on the way frequently for restrooms. Small problem we had was the common speakers they had given. For those who want to get some sleep when he is playing movies its not possible the high sound will give a head ache. Individual headphones are a perfect idea.
last lower birth, bit suffocating, still OK, not too bumpy though road was OK. pretty lengthy, width wise conjusted.
I booked a single seat. But later they have changed it to a double seat. why this change?