Nellore is a historically significant district in Andhra Pradesh. There are several temples in this area that it is an important spiritual and religious hub. In the past, this district was under the Mouryas, Cholas, Pallavas, Pandyans, etc. Situated at a strategic location between the big cities of Chennai and Vijayawada, Nellore is also famous for trade and commerce.
RSRTC is a government-owned transport corporation offering transparent and reliant travel services to passengers. RSRTC buses are known for their efficiency and affordability. These buses are punctual, clean, and most of all, frequently available for various travel routes within Rajasthan and outside. One can explore a number of historical places in Rajasthan on RSRTC buses.
Gujarat is a popular tourist place in India, with tourists coming from all parts of the globe. It is a great place for history buffs as it boasts a history of more than 4500 years. You can travel to various historical places in Gujarat via the GSRTC (Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation) buses. GSRTC buses are state-owned buses that connect various urban and rural locations of Gujarat. GSRTC bus booking can also be made online via the redBus mobile application or website. Read on to know some of the historical places in Gujarat that you can visit via GSRTC buses.
The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) has been on the verge of a revamp when the pandemic hit. The state RTC had to ground several of its brand new luxury and semi-luxury buses due to lack of enough passengers, and then came the lockdown. Before Christmas in 2020, MSRTC restarted its sleeper and seater bus services, popularly termed as Shivshahi buses.
The Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation has begun the Volvo bus service from Himachal Pradesh to Delhi. The buses were earlier suspended for around eight months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The APSRTC has requested the government of Andhra Pradesh to operate 150 electric buses between Tirumala and Tirupati route. The idea was proposed by an expert committee charged with the task of suggesting possible ways to replace the RTC fleet with eco-friendly options.
People usually do not need a reason to plan a holiday. But the Spartan Holiday is something special that calls for a planned vacation and carefully selecting the location. The whole idea here is to travel cheap, light, and keep yourselves away from the technological world! Sounds scary? No need! The least you can do is to find a secluded spot to enjoy nature and quality time with your family and friends. The best option is to go camping in a remote area!
The UPSRTC online booking facility and the various buses with luxurious amenities are attracting more and more tourists to use the public transport system. The Uttar Pradesh transport corporation is providing good connectivity between those famous places from most of the major cities in and around the state as well as from neighbouring states.
After being shut for all these months, the TTD (Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams) has finally opened their doors for the general public. People are welcome to seek the blessings of God with all safety measures in place. However, it is a well-known fact that due to the excess crowd, it is often difficult to ensure that all the devotees take the darshan. To help the general public, APSRTC has come up with a facility of providing ‘Sheeghra Darshan’ to 1000 devotees every day with an extra fee of 300 rupees. All the details and bus timings have been provided by APSRTC online.
Maharashtra is among those states in India that has a rich history and cultural heritage. It was home to the Maratha Empire that ruled India for a long period. There are numerous sightseeing places in Maharashtra, especially for history buffs who enjoy exploring various types of forts. One can easily take an MSRTC bus to explore some of the most majestic and iconic Maharashtra forts. Let’s take a deep dive into the list of forts in Maharashtra that you can visit easily by using an MSRTC bus. You can easily make your bookings online with redBus for your trip!