|Number of buses :||7 buses|
|Distance :||559 Kms|
|Starting Fare :||INR.780|
|Time taken :||11:45 hrs|
|Total operators :||3 operators|
Long journey by bus from hyderabad to tada is made effortless by redBus, one of the eminent bus ticketing platform fulfilling most of the travel requirements. Numerous operators run their buses in this route creating ample amount of convenience for many people in India. Secured online ticket reservation process and easy booking techniques help every traveler to undergo smooth booking.
A number of prominent operators ply buses from hyderabad to tada ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are, Morning Star Travels,Sri Krishna Travels,Parveen Travels
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Boarding Points in Hyderabad:
Dropping Points in Tada:
Various types of buses serve from Hyderabad to Tada ensuring safety and comfort for travelers, a few buses services are:
I have booked to Chennai for Dhanunjaya Travels, but other transport guys (Kaleswari Travels) picked me at Kukatpally and dropped at nampally to catch the booked bus. This is fine for me, but it will confuse to the senior citizens. Try to avoid this kind of pickups.
Bus wasn't on time. Added to this, we had to wait for more than an hour at Nampally for the main bus to arrive. Staff themselves weren't aware of the bus schedule and each one had their own version. Adding to this misery was passengers running from one bus to another due to misrouting. Kaleshwari has fallen below standards when it comes to hygiene. The bus was shabby and the sheets stinked. Not a preferred mode unless it's an EMERGENCY and you have used up all other resources.
Known as the 'City of Nawabs', Hyderabad is the 500 year old capital city of Andhra Pradesh. The region is particularly known for its richness in culture and tradition and has recently earned the title of one of the fastest growing IT hubs of India, which is also why sometimes the city is referred to as 'Cyberabad'. The city was originally named Bhagyanagar, after the Sultan’s wife, Bhagamathi. Hyderabad is located on the Deccan Plateau which explains why most of its land is rocky in nature. A few places tourists must visit if in the city are Lumbini Park, Ramoji Film City, NTR Garden, Osman Sagar Lake and Mecca Masjid.