Margao by Road




Tourists from various parts of the country can reach Margao by road. Traveling to Margao via roadways is one of the best ways to commute to Margao city. Tourists must avail the interstate bus services in order to reach the city. There are local bus services, which leave from the KTC bus stand, which is 3 kms away from the city of Margao. In order to explore the entire city of Margao tourists can avail hired cars or taxis, local buses from the KTC bus stop. Private as well as public buses are available for traveling to various tourist spots from Margao city. Long distance intercity buses are available from Panaji, Vasco Dam Gama and other cities within Goa.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011





     


     

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