Tirupati to Narasaraopet Bus

Tirupati to Narasaraopet Bus Service

Avg. Bus Duration: 7 hours 52 mins
Buses depart from: Tirupati
Bus arrives in: Narasaraopet
Distance: 355 km
Cheapest Bus Ticket: INR 577
Earliest Bus: 17:30
Last Bus: 23:59
Daily Bus Services: 6
Bus Companies: 3

Tirupati to Narasaraopet Bus Timings & Fare

Bus OperatorFirst BusLast BusDuration
Abhishek Bus
V Kaveri Travels

Bus from Tirupati to Narasaraopet

The journey from Tirupati to Narasaraopet is smoothly covered by a bus in 7 hours. The time to travel is dependent on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions. There are operators running their buses between Tirupati to Narasaraopet bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. All buses are driven by experienced drivers ensuring safety during journey.

Operators Serving on this Route

A number of prominent operators ply buses from Tirupati to Narasaraopet ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering various kinds of bus services are:

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Are sleeper buses from Tirupati to Narasaraopet available?
Many bus operators on the route from Tirupati to Narasaraopet offer sleeper buses. While booking Tirupati to Narasaraopet buses, you can filter out the sleeper buses and book a bus that suits your needs.
How can I go from Tirupati to Narasaraopet?
Buses are the best modes of transportation for traveling from Tirupati to Narasaraopet . You can book a bus ticket from Tirupati to Narasaraopet from the comfort of your home by simply logging on to redBus website or app, entering Tirupati and Narasaraopet as your source and destination respectively, and selecting the most suitable bus available from the list.
Can I reschedule my Tirupati to Narasaraopet bus ticket?
Yes, redBus makes cancelling or rescheduling the bus tickets extremely easy for passengers. You can reschedule your Tirupati to Narasaraopet bus ticket by entering the ticket details and choosing a future date of traveling. Confirm the rescheduled date of travel and pay the difference amount for the ticket. Disclaimer: Please note that rescheduling the tickets is subject to bus operator policy. One can check the availability of rescheduling the tickets of the respective bus operator while booking tickets online.
How much time does it take to reach Narasaraopet from Tirupati by bus?
The total bus duration taken on Tirupati to Narasaraopet buses depends upon the bus operators, the road route they follow, and the break duration they take. While booking Tirupati to Narasaraopet buses on redBus, one can see the total time taken by each bus operator in the detail and choose accordingly.

About Tirupathi

Tirupati is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage destinations of India, attracting more pilgrims than tourists to the Taj Mahal. Located in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati is the fourth largest growing city in the state. Sitting at the foothills of the Eastern Ghats, Tirupati is home of the highly revered Venkateswara Swamy Temple dedicated to Lord Venkateswara. Tirupati is the destination to head for, if you seek to purify your soul and forge a connection with God himself. Besides the Venkateswara Swamy Temple there are plenty of other temples that form the local attractions of the region.

Tirupati to Narasaraopet Bus Types

Various types of buses serving passengers from Tirupati to Narasaraopet ensuring safety and comfort. A few bus services are:

About Narsaraopet

Narsaraopet is a town in Guntur district. It is situated in Andhra Pradesh and is renowned as the Gateway of Palnadu. The town derived its name from Narasa Rao. He was a wealthy landlord and owned maximum of the surrounding areas. After Tenali in coastal Andhra Pradesh this town became one of the major commercial trading centre. In Guntur District it is the second largest town and is built on flat land circled by hills.