Bangalore Bengaluru to Nellore – APSRTC Booking | Popular Bus Routes, Tickets

Bangalore to Nellore – APSRTC Booking | Bus Routes, Cancellation policy, Boarding, Dropping points, Amenities, Bus tickets online.

In the following article, we will discuss the boarding points, dropping points, cancellation policy, and the amenities in the journey of Bangalore to Nellore.

Popular Bus Routes - APSRTC Booking (Bangalore (Bengaluru) to Nellore) - Cancellation policy, Boarding, Dropping points, Amenities
Bangalore to Nellore – Distance, Timings, routes – Satellite view

Also, you will get to know about Bangalore and Nellore and their best tourism places to visit.

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Boarding Points

Electronic City
Silk Board
Majestic- IntrCity Partner
Shanthi Nagar
Madiwala- IntrCity Lounge
HSR Layout
Marathalli Multiplex
KR Puram
Tin Factory
ITR Gate

Dropping Points

Nellore Bypass

Cancellation Policy

Refund Time Before Departure
0% Within 12 Hours
50% Between 12 to 24 Hours
75% Between 24 to 48 Hours
100% Above 48 Hours


Reading Light
Charging Point
Vomiting Bag
Water Bottle Holder
Emergency Exit
Bisleri Water Bottle
First Aid Box
Fire Extinguisher

About Bangalore

Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru is the capital of Karnataka and it is considered the third-most populous city in India. The official language of Bangalore is Kannada language. But as the city is multicultural, there are many other languages used, including Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Konkani, and Bengali Odia, Tulu, Gujarati, and many other languages.

Best Tourism places to visit in Bangalore:

  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden
  • Cubbon Park
  • Bannerghatta Biological Park
  • Bangalore Palace
  • Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace
  • Karnataka Vidhana Soudha
  • ISKCON Temple Bangalore
  • Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum
  • Bheemeshwari

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Lalbagh Botanical Garden, an old, huge botanical garden with many different types of trees and plants making it the best place for morning walks.

Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park is also called Chamarajendra Park’  in the central administrative area.  At first, the park was named Meade’s Park after the acting commissioner of Mysore in 1870 Sir John Meade, and then renamed Cubbon Park after Sir Mark Cubbon, the longest-serving commissioner. Then the park was renamed Shri Chamarajendra Park after Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar, the 19th-century ruler of the state.

Bannerghatta Biological Park

Bannerghatta National Park is a National Park in India that was founded in 1970 and was declared a national park in 1974. In 2002, a part of the national park became the zoological garden and was named Bannerghatta Biological Park. It is a great place to visit and enjoy with the family and friends to see wild animals including tigers and lions on the safari.

Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace is the royal palace of the royal family of Mysore. The theme of the palace is a fairy tale castle built on the Windsor castle model.

Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

A perfect example of Indo-Islamic architecture and the summer residence of the ruler Tipu Sultan. It is often believed that Tipu Sultan used to conduct his durbar from the eastern and western balconies of the top floor.

Karnataka Vidhana Soudha

The Vidhana Soudha, the seat of the bicameral legislature of India. The elements of various Dravidian styles are incorporated in this building and it has been constructed in the Neo-Dravidian style, making it one of the finest examples of Modern Art architecture.

ISKCON Temple Bangalore

ISKCON Temple or Shri Radha-Krishna Chandra temple, one of the largest Krishna Hindu temples in the world. Many food stalls and shopping stalls are there on the way.

Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum

The Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum is a constituent unit of the National Council Of Science Museums, Ministry Of Culture, Government Of India. It consists of a lot of exhibits or learning various scientific concepts.


Bheemeshwari is a river where you can do fishing, rafting, and camping as a part of your adventure and is a very lively place to have fun with your friends and family.

About Nellore

Nellore, a city located on the banks of the Penna river in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The residents of the city are often called Nelloreans. They have an annual event called Rottela Panduga which is a roti festival often celebrated at the Bara Shaheed Dargah.

Best tourism places to visit in Nellore:

  • Ramalingeswara Temple
  • Narasimha Swamy Temple
  • Patu Ru
  • Ranganatha Temple
  • Mypadu Beach
  • Bara Shaheed Dargah

Ramalingeswara Temple

Ramalingeswara Temple or Ramathirdham is located 30 km from Nellore city. The main deities of this temple presiding are Lord Shiva and Goddess Kammakshamma

Narasimha Swamy Temple

Narasimhaswamy Temple is a temple that is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is about 13 km from the center of Nellore city. In the form of the fourth incarnation, Lord Vishnu is worshipped here.

Patu Ru

Patu Ru, a small village located at a distance of 10 km from Nellore and is very well renowned for its handicrafts industry and handloom sarees making it a perfect place for shopping. Also, the village lies between the triangle formed by Kovuru, Damarmadugu, and Kovuru.

Ranganatha Temple

Ranganatha Temple lies on the banks of River Pennar and is considered one of the most revered temples of Nellore. It is one of the oldest temples in Nellore and has its religious significance which is the main reason to attract so many visitors to the temple.

Mypadu Beach

Mypadu Beach is located about 22 km from Nellore and is considered one of the calmest and serene beaches in the place. One of the best features of the beach is the sunrise which definitely should not be missed by the visitors.

Bara Shaheed Dargah

Bara Shaheed Dargah is located near the sea in Sullurpet in the Nellore district. It is a mausoleum that was established in the honor of 12 martyrs. People who visit there come with a common belief that their every wish will come true after praying here.

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