One in all the numerous states of southern India comes the state of Hyderabad, referred as the home of ‘Nawabs’. Fairly noted for its spicy and delicious biryani along with famous spots like the Charminar and the Golconda citadel, this position is one of the bustling and exulted areas in the southern region. I came up with travelling plans to Hyderabad from Guntur. I always wanted to experience the rich culture and heritage of this famous city. Moreover, Hyderabad is well linked with roadways as it serve commuters on daily basis.
I booked tickets at https://www.redbus.in/bus-tickets/guntur-to-hyderabad.aspx and it helped me to find a suitable bus within a quick time. I would love to refer anyone as this might help him or her to get discounts and travel without facing any hiccups. I boarded the bus from Mangalagiri pick up point at 11:30pm and reached Hyderabad at 5am where I got down at Lb Nagar. It took almost 7 hours to cover the distance of 310 kms. The Ac semi sleeper Multi Axle bus was very relaxing. Besides, the bus gave rest stops where all the passengers took refreshments. The route between Guntur to Hyderabad has been dotted with many boarding points and stops along its journey. This makes it actually very convenient for folks commuting from Guntur to Hyderabad. I was visiting Hyderabad for the first time, came here for a 2-days trip where I had a plan to meet an old school friend. There are various identified bus operators plying their buses between the two cities and opting them should not be difficult.
Guntur is located in Andhra Pradesh and is considered one of the popular cities. There are many places of interests in Guntur such as the Bhattiprolu, Sitanagaram and Amravati. The journey by road was a tiring one yet the comfortable bus transport simply waved off all my travel woes!