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The First bus from Bhubaneswar (Odisha) to Kolkata (West Bengal) is Tata A/C Seater/Sleeper Maharaja push back (2+2) by Mohapatra Travels departing at 19:50. The total number of daily trips between Bhubaneswar and Kolkata is 9. There are 1 Volvo buses daily between Bhubaneswar and Kolkata. Goibibo offers 9 trips daily from Bhubaneswar to Kolkata and one can choose from 7 operator(s).
Trip duration for Bhubaneswar to Kolkata is between 8h-30m to 9h-40m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
Bhubaneshwar, the ancient capital of Kalinga, still houses and preserves around 500 of India's finest temples that have been existent since time immemorial. The city surely boasts of some magnificent sculptures and amazing architectural heritage and forms the 'Golden Triangle' with Puri and Konark. To explore and admire the 'City of Joy', Kolkata, one must visit the city during Durga Pujas when it is at its cultural, festive and culinary best. It has for long been associated with a rich cultural and literary heritage and has witnessed centuries of artistic advancements. The city is the proud home to several notable artists in the fields of literature, art, dance, music and creativity. Avail Bhubaneshwar to Kolkata buses to ease commutation between these two amazing destinations.
From 07:50pm in the evening to 09:30pm latest, bus services from Bhubaneshwar to Kolkata can be availed that cover the entire driving distance of 447km in a minimum of 8h 30m and a maximum of 9h 40m. Few of the best operators on this route offering wonderful services are Dolphin Bus Service, Nilamadhaba Travels and Royal Cruiser whose fleet of coach types include Tata A/C Seater/Sleeper Maharaja Puch Back, Volvo A/C, Leyland A/C Seater/Sleeper, Non A/C Seater, Leyland A/C Seater/Sleeper Executive Luxury and A/C Seater/Sleeper that are designed for providing maximum comfort and efficiency on road.
At present, bus fares from Bhubaneshwar to Kolkata varies from Rs.340 to Rs.800 but are subject to timely fluctuations. You can use Goibibo's online bus ticket booking platform to avail maximum discount on bus fares. Bhubaneshwar's kitty is loaded with attractions namely the Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, Nandankanan Zoological Gardens, Lingaraja Temple, Dhauli and Rajarani Temple. Kolkata keeps tourists amused with its Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, Indian Museum, Nicco Park, Aquatica, Birla Mandir, Tipu Sultan Mosque, Alipore Zoological Gardens, Kalighat, Dakshineshwar Temple, Belur, Fort William and Shaheed Minar.
Approximately 30 minutes from Kolkata, Belur Math that is located on the right bank of River Hoogly is a temple that is notable for exhibiting Hindu, Christian and Islamic motifs as a symbol of unity of all religions.
A perpetual notion one carries from Kolkata is the immaculate white Victoria memorial bounded by verdant greenery and broad roads. It is dedicated to Queen Victoria and bids an insight into the ......
One of the must see historical tourist attractions of Kolkata, the Fort William stands tall on the eastern banks of Hooghly river, overlooking Maidan park. It was constructed in 1696 by the British East India Company and was named after King William III of England. In the year 1757, during the Plassey war, the Nawab of Bengal Siraj Ud Daulah attacked on the fort and defeated the Britishers. Consequently, reconstruction work of the fort started in 1758 by Robert Clive, followed by its completion in 1781. Spanning over an area of 5 sq. km, it was built using brick and mortar.