The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Bharuch and Surat. Neeta Tours and Travels is a major operator along this route. You have buses starting from , till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
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Bharuch, also called Broach, is a city located at the mouth of the river Narmada in Gujarat. This is an ancient city, which has earned a lot of fame as a seaport and a shipbuilding centre. The city was a well-known centre of trade and the famed silk and spice trade was carried through here during the monsoon winds in particular. As such, it became a key place for the land-sea trade routes. Bharuch was a familiar name among the Greeks, the Persian Empires, the Romans and other Western centres of civilization until the end of the European Middle Ages. Even the Arab traders entered Gujarat through Bharuch to do business. The British also established their business centers there. Bharuch is well connected by Indian National Highway 8 (Mumbai to New Delhi). The 132-year-old Golden Bridge across the Narmada connects Bharuch with Ankleshwar on the station front while a newer bridge connects it to the highway.
Surat, formerly known as Suryapur, is situated in Gujarat. The administrative capital of the district Surat, the city is known to be the third cleanest city and the second largest city in India. Surat is situated along the banks of river Tapti, at the Gulf of Khambat (Cambay). Surat is believed to be founded by a Brahmin named Gopi, who built a water reservoir which was known as Surajpur or Suryapur. Surat is popularly known as the “Embroidery capital of India”, as it houses the highest number of embroidery units in India. Surat is also the diamond capital of India. Diamonds from all over the world are cut and polished here. Surat is also known for its textile mills and is also engaged in manufacturing muslin, cotton, silks, and brocades. The places to be visited at Surat are Ambika Niketan Temple, the historical Surat Castle, Mughal sarai, Chinthanamani Jain Temple, and Dutch Garden.