Udaipur and Pune are located at a distance of 0Kms from each other. Pune can be reached in about .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Udaipur and Pune. SVR Tours And Travels is a major operator along this route. The first SVR Tours And Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses 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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Udaipur, famously referred to as the lake city, is a beautiful city located in the state of Rajasthan. It is often called as the ‘City of Lakes’, because there are a number of lakes in here. Nestling amongst the Aravali mountain ranges, Udaipur is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in India. It offers the visitor the chance to experience the rich Rajasthani culture first hand. Tourists from all over the world throng Udaipur, which is famous for its cultural heritage and historical monuments. The major lakes in Udaipur are Fateh Sagar, Rajasmand, Udai Sagar, Jaismand and Pichola. Some important places of interest in Udaipur include The Udaipur Solar Observatory, Chittorgarh Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Jagdish Temple, Ranakpur Temple and Rishabhdeo Temple. Udaipur is well connected with other parts of Rajasthan by bus. Several bus services connect Udaipur to other important cities of the state like Jaipur, Mount Abu, Ajmer, Bikaner and Jodhpur among others.
Pune, a hilly city located at the confluence of Mula and Mutha rivers on the Deccan plateau in the state of Maharashtra is the seventh largest metropolis. Pune is also known as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Pune houses fantastic restaurants, museums and is surrounded by hill forts. Pune is also well known as the largest city in the Western Ghats. It is known for its educational facilities and relative prosperity. Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra, and is famous for its manufacturing industries like glass, sugar, and forging since the 1950-60s. Jawaharlal Nehru had called this city as “Oxford of The East” due to existence of many major educational institutes. The city also has been known for cultural activities like classical music, spirituality, theatre, sports, and literature. The job opportunities attract migrants and students from all over India and abroad, which makes it a city of multi communities and cultures.