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Kesineni Travels operates close to 0 buses from Nellore to Bangalore which are separated by a distance of 0Kms.Kesineni Travels operates close to 0 buses from Nellore to Bangalore. The first Kesineni Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . The Kesineni Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.0, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.0.

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Distance 315 KMS
Duration 5hrs 15min hrs
Boarding Points 1 Nellore
Nellore Bangalore

About Nellore

Nellore is fast growing city of Andhra Pradesh that has blossomed in its new found stature as a commercial and an education hub. The spurt of ports, agriculture and education in the city has resulted in the growth of highways, roads and flyovers. The city if Nellore, thus, is well connected via roads and has two major Nellore bus stands. The Nellore to Chennai and Nellore to Hyderabad remains one of the busiest bus routes, though one can easily find a Nellore bus from other cities as well. The Nellore bus timings to and from PSR Bus station and RTC bus stand are well maintained by APSRTC, Tamil Nadu state transport buses, and other private luxury buses.

Customer Reviews of Kesineni Travels

  • Travelled in on 08-Aug-2015

    A Volvo Bus is always excellent for ride comfort, and this bus is meeting that. Recommended . I use this service often.

  • Travelled in on 01-Aug-2015

    Excellent Mercedes Benz bus. Comfortable reclining seats, Ventilation controls at my seat were not working. Ride comfort great.

  • Travelled in on 24-Jul-2015

    The bus was late by an hour picking us. The arrival time was 7:15 am instead of 5 am stated online.

  • Travelled in on 09-Jul-2015

    The bus was 1 hr late , & reached Bangalore at 7.30 , as the bus timing to reach Blore was 5 am as mentioned in the red bus web site