The distance between these two cities is around 690Kms, and can be reached in approximately 10hrs 15min.APSRTC is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Srisailam and Tirupathi and they have 6 buses along this route. You have buses starting from 04:30 PM, till 08:00 PM. Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.446, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.591.
APSRTC provide a number of options in the type of buses like Ultra Deluxe, EXPRESS, SUPER LUXURY(NON-AC, 2 + 2 PUSH BACK) for your to choose from.
Located on the foothills of the Eastern Ghats, Tirupati is one of the most popular pilgrim cities in South India. The city is popular for Venkateshwara Swamy Temple and receives hundreds of visitors every day from different corners of the country. Tirupati is well connected to the rest of the country through roadways, railways and airways. Srihari bus station, the major Tirupati bus station is the largest one in the state. APSRTC, run by Andhra Pradesh government operates Tirupati bus routes and Tirupati bus timings across the city. Tirupati has planned and well network of roads and buses to all nearby cities. Popular bus routes from the city are Tirupati to Bangalore, Tirupati to Guntur, Tirupati to Hyderabad, Tirupati to Vizag and Tirupati to Vijayawada.
low bus quality, rase driving while crossing speed break. passengers are suffering lot.
I do have an important suggestion here, recently I had been to Srisailam through apsrtc. The journey was good. It was a video coach bus. It was a night journey. And some telugu films were cast on the screen. It is all right. But the matter shown on the screen is not right. Almost all passengers (or atleast 90%) who travelled in the bus had only one purpose - having the darshan of Lord Mallikarjuna Swamy and Sri Brahmaramba Devi. Both during to and fro, some telugu masala films were shown in the screen, which were quiet disturbance and against the purpose of majority of the passengers. My suggestion is, the buses traveling to holy places like srisailam could show some devotional movies, instead of masala movies. Thank you.