Morning Star Travels operates close to 1 buses from Hyderabad to Nandyala which are separated by a distance of 335Kms.Morning Star Travels is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Hyderabad and Nandyala and they have 1 buses along this route. The first Morning Star Travels bus starts at 10:10 PM, and you can easily access buses till 10:10 PM. The Morning Star Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.790, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.890.
You can now book online tickets from Hyderabad to Nandyala at redBus.in at affordable prices.
Hyderabad, the capital city of Andhra Pradesh is one of the major cities of south India. A landlocked city, it is equally known for its pearls and Biriyani (an indigenous Hyderabadi cuisine). It is also one of the prominent historical cities of the country. Also called the land of Nizams, the history of Hyderabad is closely intertwined with that of the Muslim rulers of the country. A rich state in the olden times, Hyderabad attracted people from far and wide to it. Even today the remnants of its historical past are visible everywhere in the city add.
Nandyala is a town located in Andhra Pradesh. Situated in the Kurnool District, Nandyala is a major centre for trade and commerce. As the place is rich in natural resources like granite and marble, Nandyala has a lot of factories dealing with these products. The world famous variety of mangoes, Banganapalli, is grown around this town and is exported as well. Also grown are cotton, sunflower and crops like maize, jowar and millet. Nandyal is home to nine temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. These nine temples are Mahanandi, Shivanandi, Vinayakanandi, Somanandi, Prathamanandi, Garudanandi, Suryanandi, Krishnanandi or Vishnunandi and Naganandi. The other places of interest nearby are Sri Yaganti Uma Maheswara Temple, which has the world's largest Nandi idol, Yadikki Caves, Belum Caves, Mahanandi, Gandikotta Fort, Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife Sanctuary and Srisailam. The town was originally called Nandalluru and derives its name from the many Nandi statues found in all the Shiva temples.