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Pune to Mysore
Updated on : Dec 10, 2016 08:11 AM
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  • Kallada Travels Pune Mysore Rs.4452 Kallada Travels operates 1 bus from Pune to Mysore with starting price of Rs.4452. First bus starts at 09:00 PM and last bus at 09:00 PM.

Pune to Mysore Bus Services

There are 2 bus operator(s) providing bus service from Pune to Mysore. The top bus operator(s) for Pune to Mysore route are VRL Travels, Paulo Travels. The first bus from Pune departs at 05:45 PM and is operated by Paulo Travels and the last bus departs at 06:30 PM and is operated by VRL Travels. The minimum fare from Pune to Mysore Bus is Rs. 1400.00/- departing at 06:30 PM. One can also avail of Volvo AC, Volvo AC Sleeper, AC Sleeper, AC Seater, Non AC Sleeper, Non AC Seater on this route. The bus(es) usually take a maximum of 16 hours to complete the journey. The most preferred pickup points for Pune to Mysore buses are Katraj(wonder city Bldg), Mitramandal Chowk(Swargate)VAN PICK UP, Chandani Chowk Highway . Some of the other famous operators plying on this route are Goa Kadamba.

About Pune

Pune is the second largest city after Mumbai and is located 170 kms from the capital city. Located in the state of Maharashtra, Pune is the 8th largest metropolitan city in India. Pune carries a rich historical past and was the power center of Maratha Empire. With the time changed, Pune made its mark as the educational hub in India, winning the tag of “The Oxford of the East”. The city is also the home of many big automobile companies and is headquartered here. This led the city to be called as “Automobile City”. Pune was once the base city of Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji, and later it went to the hands of Peshwas, who enriched the city with temple, educational institutes and palaces. Pune is rich with tourist attractions like: Shaniwar Wada, Osho Commune International, Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Sinhagad Fort, and many more.