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Chandrapur to Pune Bus Ticket Booking

Chandrapur to Pune Bus Tickets Booking

About Chandrapur to Pune
  • Distance 593 kms
  • Duration 15h-15m
  • Operators 4
  • Frequency S M T W T F S
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Chandrapur to Pune Bus Fare and Schedule

The First bus from Chandrapur (Maharashtra) to Pune (Maharashtra) is A/C Sleeper (2+1) by Prasanna Purple Plus departing at 15:00. The total number of daily trips between Chandrapur and Pune is 4. Goibibo offers 4 trips daily from Chandrapur to Pune and one can choose from 4 operator(s).

Trip duration for Chandrapur to Pune is between 15h-15m to 17h-0m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC buses.

Chandrapur Pune Bus Services

Known for its ancient temples, coal mines and cement factories, Chandrapur is one of the most important cities in Maharashtra. It literally translates to moon city,' which is built at the union of the Rivers Zarpat and Irai. Also known as the Black Gold City because of its coal mines, Chandrapur is a delight to visit. Another important city in the state of Maharashtra is Pune, which is also known as the 'Cultural Capital of Maharashtra'. Situated on the banks of river Mutha, Pune is famous for its IT industries, educational institutions, training programs, arts and crafts, music and theatre. It is a great blend of traditional and modern architecture as well, attracting architects from all over the world. The distance of 756 kilometers between thesw two cities is easily covered by Chandrapur to Pune buses.

Chandrapur to Pune route is traversed by various bus operators like Chintamani Travels, Mahalaxmi Tours and Travels and Prasanna Purple. All information regarding bus fares, timings, operators and coach types is easily available from our official sites online bus booking section. The ticket, currently ranges from Rs.964 to Rs.1483, depending on the coach type and the bus operator that you choose. The distance between the two cities is covered within a time-range of 14h 43m to 16h 30m. The first bus for the day is expected to depart from Chandrapur at 03:00 pm in the afternoon, whereas the last one leaves at 06:30 pm in the evening.

Passengers have the liberty to choose from A/C Sleepers and Non A/C Sleepers, according to their requirements while booking their bus tickets from our website. When visiting Chandrapur, be sure to include Tadoba Andhari Tiger Project, Bhadravati Temple, Jain Temple, Ganesh Temple, Vijasan Hills, Somnath and Marai Patan in your travel itinerary. Similarly, when in Pune, make sure you visit the Aga Khan Palace, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Sri Balaji Mandir, Bund Garden, Chaturshringi Temple, Parvati Hill, Osho Ashram and Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum.

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