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 Mapsa and Bharuch. Neeta Tours and Travels is a major operator along this route. You have buses starting from , till . The lowest fare for these buses starts from Rs.0, and the maximum fare is around Rs.0.
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Mapsa, the headquarters of Bardez in the North Goa District, is a major tourist town. Known for its beaches, churches, temples and museums, Mapsa is also known for its adventurous activities like paragliding, parasailing, banana boat ride and surfing that can be enjoyed at the beaches. Sri Kalika Temple and Sri Morjee Temple, situated near Mapsa, attract devotees and tourists in large numbers. The Mascarenhas Mansion, another popular attraction near Mapsa, was constructed during the Portuguese rule in Portuguese architectural style with glass floral engravings. Several churches like the Church of St. Jerome, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Church of Our Lady of Rosary are situated nearby. Mapsa is famous for its Friday market, where a range of items like clothes, spices and dried fish are available. Mapsa is also the commercial centre of Goa where people from different regions come here to trade products like fruit, dried fish, toddy vinegar, spices and clothes.
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.