Getting Around Bijapur



Getting around Bijapur is not only easy but also fun on traditional vehicles like horse-drawn tongas and carts. Moreover local buses, auto-rickshaws and taxis also assist the travelers to reach their destinations in Bijapur.

There are many cycle stalls near the station area. These stalls rent cycles to the visitors who wish to explore Bijapur by cycling. Provided the road conditions are favorable, people can travel in Bijapur very fast and comfortably. The public transport in Bijapur is managed by the State Road Transport Corporation. This organization serves continuous local buses within city limits as well as villages. All the regions within the 15 km radius of the city is connected by local buses. The frequency of these buses are at the maximum of 15 minutes, much faster in comparison to the buses which travel longer routes.

Tata Sumo, Tata Indica and Tempo Trax are widely used by the local operators as taxis. Autos and Tongas are the popular traditional mode of local transport in the city. Traveling in Bijapur by cycle rickshaws is another common mode in Bijapur.

Usually getting around Bijapur is most convenient by local buses. These buses run to nearby Pattadakal and Aihole very frequently. To reach Badami these buses take only half an hour. The travelers can also hire cars for their trips.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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