Nagpur to Hyderabad by Road
Nagpur is a busy metropolis in Central India with a flourishing IT hub and industrial belt, loads of educational institutions and colleges and of course is a tourist site for its historical importance. Nagpur’s strategic location in Maharashtra makes it a central hub for shuttling between neighbouring cities in a matter of few hours. Take the case of Hyderabad, a city resplendent in heritage and ruled by the Nizams currently an IT hub, lies just 492 kilometres from Nagpur. So it takes barely 6 hours and 50 minutes to travel from Nagpur to Hyderabad by road. Not to mention, the locations which lies in between and other sightseeing’s to undertake in both the cities, in between the journey and entertain one ‘selves while riding .
Nagpur to Hyderabad Distance and RouteNot so far from Nagpur city, Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh can be travelled by train, by bus or by private or hired cars in a matter of 7 hours, covering the distance of 306 miles. While traveling in a car or by bus, travelers can start from Nagpur, via Wardha, Karimnagar and reach Hyderabad en route Warangal.
TransportRegular bus services are available from Nagpur to Hyderabad plying on this route from 7:45 am in the morning till 9:00 pm at night. Travel agencies offer various bus services from Volvo buses to red buses. The journey is quite comfortable and convenient and the bus fare might fluctuate between Rs.450-1300, depending on the service a person prefers. The journey might take around 8-9 hours and online bookings are also available besides regular booking services from travel agencies in both the cities.
Cabs and radio taxis are also available which can be booked over phone or via online booking from several travel sites. A customer can state preference accordingly depending on AC, non AC or the type of car desired. The rate chart varies between Rs.10 per kilometre to Rs.54 per kilometre. Round trip facilities are also available.
Besides, Nagpur to Hyderabad can also be accessed via trains which leave from Nagpur station to Hyderabad or Secunderabad city.
Road ConditionsThe roads on National Highway 7 stretch is well manned and smooth for driving and the distance is thereby reduced between the two cities except the rough stretch between Maharashtra- Andhra Pradesh border , which is very short. However, while travelling during summer months, travellers should stock on plenty of water as the temperatures in both the cities cross 45 degrees, which can make driving hectic and lethargic. Travelling by bus or private cars with air conditioning facilities might ease the situation.
Eateries and Accommodation in between Hyderabad and Nagpur by RoadThe stretch between Nagpur and Hyderabad by road can be a bit difficult to manoeuvre though if there is a traffic jam and there are often no signboards to indicate the direction. In that case, GPS navigation of cars will be extremely helpful. Eateries are not abundant on this route, only a few are available near Hinganghat, Chindwara and Narsinghpur. It is advisable to carry lots of water as the journey might be a bit hectic with no roadside stalls for long intervals. Stopover might be an option at Adilabad outside Hyderabad at Ravi Teja Hotel, where rooms are available along with food and meals. On the fringes of Nagpur airport, near Hinganghat, a hotel serves excellent food for travellers. Near Ramyapet, close to Hyderabad, there is a Punjabi Dhaba offering authentic Punjabi food and near the bus stop close to Nagpur, there is a restaurant which serves excellent Marathi Platter.
Toilets are available in Volvo luxury buses that ply on the route between Nagpur and Hyderabad. On the outskirts of Hyderabad, near Koti, Sultan Bazar, public restrooms are available.
Bharat Petroleum refuelling station is located off NH 9 outside Hyderabad where refueling and restroom options will be available. There is another petrol pump located adjacent to NH 7 enroute from Nagpur to Hyderabad.
SightseeingBuilt in 1702 by Bhonsle Kings, Nagpur which is also the winter capital where the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha or legislative assembly conducts its winter session has a lot of places worthy of touring. Balaji Mandir atop Seminary Hills is a revered destination in Nagpur along with Ambazari Lake with its scenic destination. Seminary Hills gives a splendid bird’s eye view of Nagpur City, whereas Gandhi Baug, Maharaja Baug, Dragon Place Temple, Pench National Park, Ramtek… the list is never-ending.
Similarly, Hyderabad which is barely 492 kilometres away from Nagpur is also worthy of visiting en route Nagpur City. Founded in 1591 by Md. Quli Qutub Shah, the city is nicknamed Pearl City for it being the biggest cultivator of cultured pearls. The city is a heritage site with the exotic Char Minar, Hussain Sagar Lake, Golconda Fort, Salarjung Museum and authentic Hyderabadi cuisine cannot be missed.
Nagpur has a long list of hotels for visitors to check in while traveling like Hotel Siddhartha Inn, Hotel Dua Continental, Pride Hotel and many more. Hyderabad too offers a pleasant list of Hotels to stay in for its visitors like ITC Kakatiya, Hotel Taj Krishna, Hotel Basera, Hotel Minerva Grand , Park Hotel and the list goes on.
Pack all the stuff in a travel bag and embark on a journey from Nagpur to Hyderabad or vice versa to witness two splendour of Incredible India!
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