Bengaluru (Bangalore) to Tirupati Route Map


Bengaluru to Tirupati Route Map

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Bengaluru to Tirupati Route Map
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The shortest distance from Bengaluru to Tirupati is around 241 km via the State Highway 82 and National Highway Number 205.

The total time to cover the distance between Bengaluru and Tirupati is approximately 5 hours by road. The route passes through Chintamani and Madanapalle.

There is also an alternate route from Bengaluru to Tirupati via National Highway Number 4 which passes through Kanakanapalya and Chittoor. This route has a total distance of around 249 km and the time taken to cover the distance on this route is around 5 to 6 hours by road.

To travel from Bengaluru to Tirupati one can choose any of these two routes.



Last Updated on : 19th March 2013


 
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