The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .Kesineni Travels is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Visakhapatnam and Cuttack and they have 0 buses along this route. 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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Vishakhapatnam, sometimes referred to as Vizag, is an important port town located along the eastern coast of India. Hailed as the second largest city of Andhra Pradesh, Visakhapatnam has earned the nickname “The Jewel of the East Coast”. A busy port, the city of Vishakhapatnam is also an educational hub and a fast developing industrial city. An ancient city, Visakhapatnam was ruled by illustrious rules like Emperor Ashoka, and other rulers like the Kings of the Vengi, Chalukya, Chola, Ganga, Pallava and Gajapathi dynasties. Later, it came under the Mughal rule as well. The British used the port here to export valuable like Ivory and spices. Often termed as the ‘Goa of the East’, Vishakhapatnam is well connected with every important cities and town nearby. This city of Destiny enjoys good road connectivity with places like Hyderabad, Warangal, Vijayawada, Chennai and Bangalore among others. Several bus services are available to travel between these cities.
Cuttack is the erstwhile capital and the second largest city of Odisha. Known by various nicknames like the 'Millennium City' or the 'Silver City', it is the headquarters of Cuttack district. Located at about 28 km to the north east of the capital city, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack is the judicial capital of Odisha as the Orissa High Court is located here. Cuttack is the commercial capital of Odisha. The name Katak is derived from Sanskrit, and means ‘military establishment’. Established as early as in 989 CE, Cuttack was the seat of government in Odisha for around thousand years, before a new capital was created at Bhubaneswar in 1948. These two cities are jointly referred to as Twin Cities. Cuttack is well known for its indigenous silver filigree works (Tarakasi) and woven textiles. The National Highway 5 passes through the city. Being a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, this highway extends from Chennai to Kolkata.