Hyderabad to Kadapa Cuddapah – APSRTC Booking | Popular Bus Routes, Tickets

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

In the following article, we are going to discuss the boarding points, dropping points, cancellation policy, and amenities of the journey from Hyderabad to Kadapa. Moreover, you will get to know about the places and their best tourism places to visit.

Hydrebad to Kadapa distance APSRTC Bus Booking
Hydrebad to Kadapa – Satellite view

Boarding Points

Miyapur
Hydernagar
Kphb Main Road
Vivekananda Nagar Colony
Kukatpally
Bharat Nagar
Erragadda
E S I
Ameerpet
Panjagutta
Lakdikapul Metro Station
Narayanaguda
Near Kachiguda Railway Station
Lakdikapul Bridge Towards Mehdipatnam
Mehdipatnam
Sivaram Pally X Roads Aramghar
Shamshabad Busstop

Dropping Points

Sri Vijaya Durga Devi Temple
7 Roads Cmr Express Office
Kadapa

Cancellation Policy

Refund Time Before Departure
0% Within 6 Hours
75% Between 6 To 12 Hours
90% Between 12 To 18 Hours
90% Between 18 To 24 Hours
90% Between 24 To 72 Hours
90% Between 72 To 168 Hours
90% Above 168 Hours

The Average Ticket Cost is Rs. 693.

Amenities

GPS
Disinfectant
Reading Light
Water Bottle Holder
Toilet
Hand Sanitizer
Vomiting Bag
Bisleri Water Bottle
Charging Point
CCTV
Emergency Exit
Driver/Conductor With Masks
First Aid Box
Hammer

About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and is the largest city of Telangana. Originally known as Baghnagar, Hyderabad was considered the city of gardens. The city was named Bhagya-Nagar after his wife Bhagmati by the founder of the city Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah. She then converted to Islam adopting the title Haider Mahal and then the city is being named Hyderabad in her honor.

In Hyderabad people usually speak Telugu and Urdu languages, when people speak the Telugu language it is named Telangana Mandalika and when people speak the Urdu language it is been named Deccani. 

Some of the best tourist places to visit in Hyderabad:

  • Golconda Fort
  • Charminar
  • Hussain Sagar
  • Ramoji Film City
  • Salar Jung Museum
  • Chowmahalla Palace
  • Birla Mandir
  • Nehru Zoological Park

Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort which is also known as Golkonda is the early capital city of the Qutb Shahi dynasty in Hyderabad. The Golkonda diamonds are the specialty of the place forming the trade center of the large diamonds. Along with that, it has produced some other world-famous diamonds as well including the colorless Koh-i-Noor, the Blue Hope, the pink Daria-i-Noor, the white regent, etc.

Charminar

A monument that was built in 1591 and is been recognized as the global signal of Hyderabad, the Charminar. Considered one of the most recognized structures in India and it has a mosque on its top floor for more than 400 years.

Hussain Sagar

A heart-shaped lake built-in 1563 by Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah located in Hyderabad. There is a large monolithic statue of Gautam Buddha standing on the Gibraltar rock.

Ramoji Film City

The biggest film studio to see sets of movie scenes and is a great tourist attraction place to visit and spend time with the family.

Salar Jung Museum

The Salar Jung Museum is an art museum located in Hyderabad which is among the three national museums of India. Before the death of Salar Jung 3, it was the private art collection of the Salar Jung family and then it was being endowed to the nation.

Chowmahalla Palace

Chowmahalla Palace which is also known as Chowmahallat is a palace located in Hyderabad which was owned by the Asaf Jahi dynasty and was the residence of Nizams of Hyderabad. A place where the receptions of the governor-general took place and all the ceremonial functions of the Nizams took place.

Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple constructed by Birla Foundation that is built on a 280 feet high hillock and which took 10 years for its construct.

Nehru Zoological Park

Nehru Zoological Park is a zoo located in Hyderabad and is considered one of the most visited destinations of Hyderabad.

About Kadapa (cuddapah)

Kadapa is the city in the South-central part of Andhra Pradesh, a city in the Rayalaseema region. The official languages that are been spoken in Kadapa are Telugu and Urdu. In many regions, Hindi and English is also been spoken due o the development and also for commercial purposes. 

Best Tourism places to visit in Kadapa:

  • Ameen Peer Dargah Shrine
  • Veerabhadra Swamy Temple
  • The Grand Canyon Of India
  • Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple

Ameen Peer Dargah Shrine

This is a beautiful dargah covered with flowers all the time. The whole history of the dargah is been explained here and they provide a Muslim cap to wear inside the dargah. It is a very calm and neat place and people who visit there come with a belief that if they will pray anything, the prayer will come true for sure.  

Veerabhadra Swamy Temple

A renowned temple of Lord Shiva that lies on the banks of river Kandu. The place represents the historical culture and has a very calm and composed environment. The temple is located on the Mydukur-Proddutur Road and is mostly visited by people during the festival of Mahashivratri.

The Grand Canyon Of India

The Grand Canyon Of Inia or Gandikota is basically a small village of Andhra Pradesh that has a gorge formed between the Erramala range of hills which are also known as Gandikota hills beside the banks of the Pennar river.

Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple

It is a very famous temple in the Kadapa district. The temple is also known as ‘Tirumala Tholi Gadapa’ which means Tirumala’s first step. There are rumors that Lord Venkateshwara first kept his leg here and so, people first visit this temple before going to Tirumala.

These places are really interesting to visit and the temples situated in these places are very well-known and have a very calm and relaxed environment. 

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