Reach Bijapur by Rail

The visitors can reach Bijapur by rail easily, since it is well connected to all major cities in South India and also to the rest of India by rail. Bijapur railway station is a vital transport joint for the travelers.

Bijapur railway station belongs to the administrative control of Hubli division of South Central Railway or SCR. The railways to Bijapur connecting to the major nearby cities are as follows:

  • The travelers can reach Bijapur easily by the route connecting Solapur in Maharastra and Hubli crosses through the center of the district, running via Indi and Basavan Bagewadi.

  • Bijapur is also well connected to Bangalore and Mumbai via Solapu

  • From Hyderabad, people can reach Bijapur via Solapur, and from Hospet the route is via Gadag.

  • From Vasco da Gama, the railway route to reach Bijapur is via Hubli and Londa.

    Another option to reach Bijapur is from Bidar, any Bombay-bound train or halting and changing trains at local stations until the traveler reaches Hotagi. Getting to Bijapur by train from the northern Karnataka are at specific times. From Bangalore, which is almost 603 km away from Bijapur has Golgombuj Exp departing for Bijapur. There are many trains from Guntakal too. Bijapur is well connected to almost all the cities of South India. To reach Bijapur by rail, the travelers should confirm th train timings beforehand, since there may be some delays due to halting breaks.

    Last Updated on 07 August 2012



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