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Tirunelveli to Cuddalore
Updated on : Oct 22, 2016 08:14 AM
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  • Universal Travels Tirunelveli Cuddalore Rs.550 Universal Travels operates 2 buses from Tirunelveli to Cuddalore with starting price of Rs.550. First bus starts at 07:55 PM and last bus at 11:00 PM.

About Tirunelveli

Tirunelveli is an historical city in Tamil Nadu, and is located 700 km away from Chennai. The city is located on the banks of Thamirabarani River, and is believed to be the home of various settlements in ancient period. There are number of historical monuments built, Nellaiappar Temple is the most prominent one of all. Tirunelveli has everything to offer and is the developed city. City is currently the educational hub and has many medical institutes built across. Tirunelveli is known for sweets, and the main seller is the Halwa, sweet made of wheat, sugar and ghee. Visitors visiting this city make sure to buy this sweet back to home. Some of the major attractions in Tirunelveli are: Vettuvan Koil Temple, Kattabomman Memorial Fort, Agasthiyar Falls, Sivasailam Temple and Kalyana Theertham.

About Cuddalore

Cuddalore is the fastest growing city in Tamil Nadu. It is famous for beautiful beaches and magnificent temples built around. The city is divided into old town and new town. The old town was referred as ‘Islamabad’ during Mughal rule. The city is famous for beautiful temples, especially Shiva and Vaishnava temple. However, the city has become the major tourist destination because of deep blue beaches and backwaters. Silver Beach is the longest beach in Cuddalore. Moreover, Pichavaram is famous for its backwater scene. The city is also famous for temples like- Pataleeshwarar Temple, Tiruvaheendirapuram Temple, Mangalapureeswarar Temple, and few other. Some other tourist locations in Cuddalore are: Devanatha Swami Temple, Fort St. David, Pichavaram Mangrove Forest, Sea Port and few others.