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VRL Travels

A/C Seater / Sleeper (2+1)

4.2/5   56 Reviews

14:30

Anand Rao Circle

14h 45m

1 rest stop

05:15 14th Dec

KATRAJ,RAJASA ENCLAVE BUILDING ,NEAR WONDER CITY(M)

₹1100

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25 window seat  window

40 seats left

₹ 1100

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VRL Travels

Volvo Multi-Axle I-Shift A/C Sleeper (2+1)

4.0/5   175 Reviews

16:00

Anand Rao Circle

14h 0m

2 rest stop

06:00 14th Dec

Wakad

₹2200

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20 window seat  window

32 seats left

₹ 2200

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SRS Travels

Scania Multi-Axle AC Semi Sleeper (2+2)

4.0/5   53 Reviews

13:30

Anand Rao Circle

14h 0m

1 rest stop

03:30 14th Dec

Katraj

₹1530

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19 window seat  window

42 seats left

₹ 1530

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VRL Travels

Volvo Multi-Axle I-Shift A/C Sleeper (2+1)

4.1/5   9 Reviews

08:00

Anand Rao Circle

15h 30m

1 rest stop

23:30 14th Dec

VADGAON BUDRUK ,NEAR NAVLE BRIDGE , OPP HOTEL VISHWAS (M)

₹3200

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21 window seat  window

33 seats left

₹ 3200

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VRL Travels

Volvo Multi-Axle I-Shift A/C Sleeper (2+1)

3.9/5   201 Reviews

17:00

Anand Rao Circle

14h 0m

1 rest stop

07:00 14th Dec

KATRAJ VAN PICKUP NON AC, RAJASA ENCLAVE BUILDING, NEAR WONDER CITY,(M)

₹2100

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22 window seat  window

34 seats left

₹ 2100

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Sundesha Travels

AC Sleeper (2+1)

4.1/5   106 Reviews

20:00

Anand Rao Circle

15h 55m

11:55 14th Dec

Wadgaon Bridge

₹3000

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32 seats left

₹ 3000

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Reshma Tourist

Bharat Benz A/C Sleeper (2+1)

3.8/5   326 Reviews

16:30

Kalasipalyam

13h 30m

1 rest stop

06:00 14th Dec

Katraj

₹1400

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15 window seat  window

24 seats left

₹ 1400

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Volvo Multi-Axle Sleeper A/C (2+1)

3.7/5   315 Reviews

16:00

Anand Rao Circle

13h 30m

1 rest stop

05:30 14th Dec

Katraj

₹1800

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26 window seat  window

39 seats left

₹ 1800

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Reshma Tourist

Bharat Benz A/C Sleeper (2+1)

3.7/5   328 Reviews

18:30

Kalasipalyam

14h 45m

1 rest stop

09:15 14th Dec

Wakad

₹1400

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16 window seat  window

26 seats left

₹ 1400

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Sharma Transports

A/C Sleeper (2+1)

3.6/5   119 Reviews

19:00

Kalasipalyam

16h 0m

1 rest stop

11:00 14th Dec

Katraj

₹1300

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14 window seat  window

21 seats left

₹ 1300

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Route Information for Bangalore to Pune Bus

Distance736 km
Bus Depart FromBangalore
Bus Arrives InPune
Earliest Bus08:00
Last Bus23:15
Avg Travelling Time15h 25m
No of A/C Buses62
No of Non A/C Buses5
No of Sleeper Buses64
No of Seater Buses3
Bus OperatorsAnand Travels, B R Travels, East West Travels, Gujarat travels, Jai Bajrang Travels

Book a Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Bus on GoIbibo

Pune is the seventh most populous city in India and is known for its lush green vistas, distant hills and world-class infrastructure. If you are planning a visit to Pune via Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus, then go and book your ticket on GoIbibo.

The distance between both cities via the Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus is 841.3 km. It takes about 15 hours to complete the journey. By taking a road trip on a bus from Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune, you will be able to truly experience the changes in the landscape.

In fact, you would also come across various eateries along the Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus route. Some of the famous eating points are SHAM Restaurant and Bar, Prince Garden Restaurant, Anna’s Kitchen and Ganesh Pure Veg.

So, you can book your Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus for an exciting journey with your family and friends.

Types of Bangalore (Bengaluru) Pune Buses

GoIbibo offers a range of buses when planning a trip to Pune via Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus. Whether you are looking for government-run services or private operators, GoIbibo offers an extensive range of options. Some of the bus options are given below:

  • Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Volvo Bus
  • Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Sleeper Bus
  • Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Semi-Sleeper Bus
  • Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Ac Bus
  • Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Bus Fare

    Booking your bus tickets on GoIbibo is affordable. Different buses have different prices, and the fare depends on various factors such as the date on which you are travelling, the type of bus you have chosen and the route taken by the bus. While the minimum Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune fare starts from INR 1,300, the maximum Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus price is about INR 5,000.

    Things to Know About Bangalore (Bengaluru)

    Bangalore (Bengaluru) is popularly known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’, thanks to its ever-growing number of startups and multinational companies. When planning to visit Bangalore (Bengaluru) via Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus, here are some interesting things to know about Bangalore (Bengaluru).

  • The city of Bangalore (Bengaluru) is home to over 12 million people; thus, making it the third most populous city in the country.
  • Bangalore (Bengaluru) is home to about 1000 temples and 400 mosques, reflecting the religious harmony of this megacity.
  • Some of the biggest IT companies such as Wipro and Infosys are established in Bangalore (Bengaluru).
  • Aerospace organisations such as Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and National Aerospace Laboratories are also located in Bangalore (Bengaluru).
  • Things to Know About Pune

    Before you book a Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus, there are a few things you must know about Pune. After all, Pune would certainly mesmerising you with its charm.

  • Pune is the largest city in the state of Maharashtra.
  • Fondly called the Oxford of the East, Pune is home to several upscale educational institutes such as Fergusson College, Savitribai Phule Pune University and Symbiosis International University.
  • Pune is a major IT hub in India and is a popular manufacturing and industrial centre.
  • There are several automobile companies in Pune including Bajaj Auto, Mahindra & Mahindra, Mercedes Benz and Skoda cars.
  • Top Tourist Spots in Bangalore (Bengaluru)

    Bangalore (Bengaluru) is popularly called the Garden City, representing a rich cultural heritage of high-tech and contemporary facilities combined with the past era. Visit the south Indian city of Bangalore (Bengaluru) to encounter the amalgamation of both. The pleasant climatic scenario offers a delightful stay condition that will make your journey worthwhile. The city, offering several heritage buildings and amusement parks, is a traveller’s paradise. Avail of Bengaluru buses to visit some of the best tourist spots that make up the city’s pride and heritage.

    Open seven days a week, Nandi Hills is located 60 km from the city. It is the perfect site to be one with nature. Nandi Hills are amongst the most favourable viewpoints in Bangalore (Bengaluru). With the rivers Palar and Arkavathi emerging from the hill area, the Nandi Hills are acclaimed, especially for couples. It was named after the renowned Nandi Temple located at the top of the hills. You can relish the pleasant climate at a height of 1478 ft above sea level.

    Art and history lovers visiting Bangalore (Bengaluru) cannot afford to miss out on the exciting assembly of five hundred paintings at the National Gallery of Modern Art. The gallery houses the works of notable artists, such as Jamini Roy, Rabindranath Tagore, and others, and is, therefore, the promised land for art lovers.

    In 1887, Chamaraja Wodeyar, inspired by the design of England’s Windsor Castle, built Bangalore (Bengaluru) Palace. Till today, it remains one of the unequalled highlights in Bangalore (Bengaluru). The evocation palace constitutes Tudor-style architecture, fortified arches, green lawns, and towers, along with elegant interior wood carvings. Did you know that the royal family inhabits the Bangalore (Bengaluru) Palace even today? The palace has received foundations that have been credited to the Wodeyars of Mysore.

    Ideally, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace represents the aesthetic talent that flourished in the past and is among the most captivating places of interest in Bangalore (Bengaluru). The Rashk-e-Jannat is the summer paradise of Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore. Tipu Sultan is largely commemorated for his gallantry across battlefields. The Tipu Sultan Fort, with a large appetite for culture and art, is a typical specimen of the architecture and accents sturdy columns along with motifs. It is the ideal illustration of Indo-Islamic architecture.

    Not just in Bangalore (Bengaluru), but perhaps in all of India, the Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is among the top places to stop by. The garden was originally built by Haider Ali. It was later redesigned by Tipu Sultan. With a multitude of eighteen hundred species of herbs, trees, and plants, the Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is spread across a beautiful land of two hundred and forty acres. The glass house in this botanical garden was influenced by the London Crystal Palace.

    Not only a delight for travellers, the vibrant and evergreen local Krishna Rajan Market is also a treat for your photographer friends. The buzzing flower market offers a variety of fresh produce, copper items, and spices, making it an indispensable market in Bangalore (Bengaluru). This market is just the place for you if beautiful, multicoloured senses appeal to you. Visit the Krishna Rajan Market early in the morning to experience the radiant market scenarios heaving with tourists.

    For shopping and dining, you must explore Commercial Street, positions in the Central Business District of Bangalore (Bengaluru), known for housing a number of high-end boutiques as well as small-scale thrift stores and shops to cater to both shoppers looking for an expensive retail experience as well as those on a budget. Whether you are looking for silk sarees from local stores or for brand fashion, Commercial Street has something for everyone.

    Top Tourist Spots in Pune

    Pune buses will help you take some of the pressure out of finding your way around the city. Book a bus to learn about Pune from a local who knows the city inside out. When you are in Pune, visit some of the highlights of the city, for instance, the National War Museum, and the Pune Tribal Museum, as well as the city’s manifold temples. With your leftover time, finish your shopping at traditional markets and dine at local restaurants.

    Dedicated to the post-Independence victims of war, the National War Memorial Southern Command in Pune, Cantonment, India is a war memorial. Did you know that it is the sole war memorial in all of South Asia that has been initiated by the contributions of the citizens?

    Shaniwar Wada is a 300-year-old historical fort, which is classified among the primary tourist spots in Pune. The eminent throne of the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire till 1818, it was built in the Maratha Imperial architectural style in 1732. In the 18th century, the fort became the heart of Indian politics, following the rise of the Mughal Empire. In 1828, the fort itself was mostly disintegrated. But the surviving structures have been conserved to be maintained as tourist wonders.

    What was originally a 7-storey building is now only the stone base. All the top six stories subsided when it was attacked ninety years later by the British Artillery. Only the stone bottom of the Shaniwar Wada is left and can be seen today when you visit the fort because it was unsusceptible to the British artillery.

    Closely associated with the Indian freedom movement, the majestic building of the Aga Khan Palace served as a prison for Sarojini Naidu, Kasturba Gandhi, wife and secretary of Mahatma Gandhi, and Mahatma Gandhi himself. The Aga Khan Palace is also where Mahadev Desai and Kasturba Gandhi drew their last breaths. Naturally, the palace is a major point of interest for tourists as it holds noteworthy historical significance. With its Italian arches, perfect gardens, century-old trees, and picturesque and magnificent architecture, the palace enchants the eye of every spectator.

    The Aga Khan Palace has several portraits, photos, documents, and objects illustrating glimpses from the personalities of the Indian freedom struggle, such as Mahatma Gandhi. It is also the base of operations of the Gandhi National Memorial Society. Tourists can purchase hand-loomed textiles and Khaadi from the shop in this palace. The ashes of Mahatma Gandhi remain in the palace that houses a memorial to Gandhi now.

    While you are still in Pune, you can look in on the hundred-and-twenty-five-year-old Dagdusheth Temple, which is devoted to the Hindu God Ganesh. Millions of devotees visit Dagdusheth Temple every year. The old-world suburb and the lush green area known as Koregaon Park are perfect for a beautiful drive. You can also drive past the 190-year-old vast and famous 118 acres of the Pune Race Course.

    Visit the Empress Botanical Garden in Pune, located near the Race Course is named after Queen Victoria. While taking a long, soothing, and enriching stroll around the serene botanical garden, you will get acquainted with many rare species of flowers and trees. Stop at Osho Teerth Park to calm your soul. It is a tranquil, natural setting, ideal for quiet jogs and walks amid gardens, dense foliage and a stream.

    So, all you have to do is book your Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus and explore this incredible city.

    Booking Your Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune Bus Online

    Your Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus can be simply booked on GoIbibo. You have to simply enter your origin and your destination city as well as the departure date. You would come across a list of Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus options, both private and government-run services, that you can select from. You can also pick your boarding point along with your preferred timings. You can either use the promo codes available on GoIbibo or log in to use goCash while making bus booking.

    There is even a cancellation policy on GoIbibo which depends on the operator and the charges they have set for their Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus. You can check out the platform in order to get further information.

    GoIbibo also has a ‘live bus tracking’ feature so that you do not have to worry about missing your bus. You can keep an eye on the location of your Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus and reach your boarding point on time.

    You can also get a travel pass for your Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus journey at INR 99 to enjoy instant discounts. You’d be able to save more on every Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus ride with an exclusive pass on GoIbibo.

    In fact, while booking a Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Pune bus ticket, keep an eye on the Primo tag. Primo buses on GoIbibo offer extra safety to passengers. Also, Primo buses to Pune are usually on-time.

    FAQ - Bangalore to Pune Bus Ticket Booking

    Q. How many buses are running between Bangalore to Pune on the daily basis?

    A. 67 buses are running between Bangalore to Pune. Out of which 62 AC Buses and 5 Non-AC Buses.

    Q. When does the first Bangalore to Pune bus leaves for the day?

    A. The first bus for Bangalore to Pune bus route leaves at 08:00 and fare for this bus is ₹ 3200.

    Q. When does the last bus leaves for Pune from Bangalore?

    A. he last bus for Bangalore to Pune route leaves at 23:15. The ticket price for this bus is ₹1100.

    Q. What are the boarding points for Bangalore to Pune Bus service?

    A. Boarding points for this bus route in Bangalore are Kalasipalyam, Anand Rao Circle, Rajajinagar, Yeshwantpur, Goraguntepalya.

    Q. What are the dropping points in Pune for the Bangalore Pune bus route?

    A. Dropping points in Pune for this route are KATRAJ,RAJASA ENCLAVE BUILDING ,NEAR WONDER CITY(M), VADGAON BUDRUK ,NEAR NAVLE BRIDGE , OPP HOTEL VISHWAS (M), Bavdhan, Wakad, Katraj.

    Q. Who are the popular operators on the Bangalore to Pune bus route?

    Q. How many buses are GPS enabled?

    A. Total 50 buses are GPS enabled on this route so that anyone can track his bus.

    Q. What is the minimum bus ticket fare from Bangalore to Pune route?

    A. The minimum bus ticket price for Bangalore to Pune route is Rs 1000 Only.

    Q. What is the maximum bus ticket price from Bangalore to Pune route?

    A. The maximum bus ticket price for Bangalore to Pune route is Rs 8000.

    Q. How much time it takes to travel by bus from Bangalore to Pune?

    A. Approximately it will take 15h 25m to reach Bangalore to Pune by bus.

    Q. Which is the fastest bus on Bangalore to Pune route?

    A. From Bangalore to Pune,the fastest bus for this route is Anand Travels.

    Q. Which bus operators offer the cheapest fare from Bangalore to Pune route?

    A. While travelling from Bangalore to Pune ,VRL Travels provide the cheapest fare.