Bangalore To Tirupati

Cab Services

350 km

via NH 75

via NH 75

Road Condition


Bangalore is a beautiful city that lies to the south of Karnataka. It is the second fastest growing metropolis of India and also the fourth highest GDP contributor after cities like Mumbai, Delhi, and Chennai. Bangalore is popularly known as the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India for being a major IT hub of the nation. Bangalore is also known as the AC city in India because of the cool climate that it has all year around. One of the best things about Bangalore is that you can enjoy the benefits of urban life and still roam around like a tourist when you’re on a holiday. Bengaluru is blessed with a multitude of sightseeing options, which include architectural marvels as well as spots of unparalleled natural beauty. If you’re planning a visit to Bangalore then some of the places that you must check out include Lal Bagh which is an exquisite botanical garden that has an aquarium as well as a picturesque glass house that resembles London’s former Crystal Palace. You can also pay a visit to the Bannerghatta National Park and check out some amazing animals here too. You can also check out the Cubbon Park that has impressive landscaped gardens as well as a play area. If you’re planning a visit to Bangalore you may want to consider clubbing it with a religious trip to Tirupati. You can rent a Meru airport taxi Bangalore and reach Tirupati in about 5 hours from Bangalore.The city enjoys road connectivity to several nearby cities through a network of Meru Cab servcies where you can travel with all comfort in an affordable price range.


Tirupati is a religious city in Andhra Pradesh that is best known for the Sri Venkateswara Temple which lies at the top of the 7 peaks of the Tirumala hills. The sacred hill of Tirumala is situated about 6 miles (10 km) northwest of Tirupati in Sri Venkateshwara Sanctuary and National Park. The hill was considered so holy that before 1870 non-Hindus were not permitted to ascend it. At the hill’s summit, at an elevation of 2,800 feet (850 metres), is a temple of great antiquity. The temple, nestled among sacred waterfalls and tanks (reservoirs) and dedicated to Venkateshvara, is a fine example of Dravidian art and is one of the most important pilgrimage centres in India. Bangalore to Tirupati taxi at Meru online booking services provides luxury, premium cars for hire with driver at affordable prices. And is known to be a popular spot for Hindu devotees to come and offer prayers. Book for Bangalore to Tirupati Meru cab for one way trip, round trip, and multicity taxi. Our outstation cabs Bangalore is always on time with no hidden charges in taxi fare. If you’re in Bangalore you can always plan to visit Tirupati by renting a cab. While there are various ways to get to Tirupati, one of the best modes of transport is by far an outstation cab because this helps you to get to the city comfortably with a Tirupati package and you will also be able to do much more here on your trip. Although the main purpose to visit Tirupati is a trip to the Sri Venkateswara Temple, there are a number of other attractions in the city that may interest you. Some of these include Chandragiri Fort which was constructed in the 11th century. You can also check out some white tigers at the Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park and experience the lion safari which is considered to be an amazing safari in India. Tirupati Package from Bangalore by Meru cab includes a range of Outstation AC cabs, fares starting at Rs. 9/km, affordable one way, and round trip packages.

Places to see on route

Kolaramma Temple

The temple of Kolaramma is more than a thousand years old. It is located in the Kolar town of Karnataka and the deity of the temple is Goddess Kolaramma. It was built in the Southern Style of architecture by Cholas. Goddess Kolaramma is worshiped as Goddess Durga. The temple has a Dravida Vimana Style of architecture and it has inscriptions from the period of 1012 A.D. There are intricate carvings and designs inside the granite stones of the temple which is really beautiful in appearance.Book a Bangalore to Tirupathi Meru cab and pay a visit to this holy place.

Antara Gange

Antara Gange (also known as Anthargange) is a mountain situated in the Shathashrunga mountain range in the southeastern portion of the Indian state of Karnataka, Kolar district.Antara Gange is famous for Sri Kashi Vishweshwara temple, also known as Kashi of South. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In the temple is a pond which gets a continuous flow of underground water from the mouth of a Basava (stone bull). It is believed that drinking water from the pond cleanse one from many diseases.The mountain consists of granite rocks and lot of caves around. Trekking in and around caves is popular here. Tourists also do night trekking and camping here, especially in summer months. You can easily book a Meru Cab and reach there to enjoy.


Kanipakam Temple

Vinayaka Temple or Sri Varasidhi Vinayaka Swamy Temple is a Hindu temple of Ganesha located at Kanipakam in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is one of the ideal weekend getaways near Bangalore & Chennai for a day trip and a major pilgrimage site in Andhra Pradesh.The temple was constructed in the 11th century by Chola king Kulothunga Chola I and was expanded further in 1336 by Vijayanagara Kings. Kanipakam temple is a rare temple with a self-manifestation (swayambhu) idol of Lord Ganesha where the most striking feature of the idol is that it is still growing in size.

Tirumala Temple

Venkateswara Temple orTirumala temple is a Hindu temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Temple is dedicated to Venkateswara, a form of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared here to save mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga.The Temple is constructed in Dravidian architecture and is believed to be constructed over a period of time starting from 300 AD. It is the richest temple in the world in terms of donations received and wealth.The temple is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily and you can easily reach there by booking a Meru cab.

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple

Padmavathi Temple is the temple dedicated to Goddess Padmavathi or Alamelumanga, the consort of Lord Venkateswara. The Temple is situated in Tiruchanur, at a distance of 5 km from Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. This pilgrim centre is popularly known as “Alarmelmangapuram” (Alar-Lotus, Mel-top, Manga-Goddess, Puram-town) or Alimelumangapuram. According to temple legend as Goddess Mahalakshmi emerged on the golden lotus as Padmavathi Devi located at the centre of Padmasarovaram-the temple tank. Book Chennai to Tirupati Meru Cab and reach this divine place.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Bangalore to Tirupati?

The journey between Bangalore and Tirupati and Tirupati to Bangalore is not that difficult to follow. First you need to reach the National highway 75 that is located in Krishna Reddy Industrial Estate. Once you are on National Highway 75, you will need to keep going till you reach Andhra Pradesh. Then take the Kanipakam Tirupati road till you reach National Highway 40. Then you need to follow National Highway 140 till you reach the Tirupati Bypass road. From there you need to keep going till you reach your destination with Meru. If you are taking a bangalore Meru airport taxi, make sure that the driver knows this route.

What is the best time to visit?

Tirupati lies in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh which makes it a hot city. The temperatures in summer can soar upto 42 degrees C which makes it unbearable if you’re not used to the heat. If you want to make the most of your trip to Tirupati then visiting during the months of September to March makes the most sense. September also marks the months of the festivities and this is why it is worth checking it out during this month. Book a Meru cab and get the safest rides at an affordable price range.

Alternate routes to Tirupati from Bangalore

There are three major routes that will take you from Bangalore to Tirupati. The fastest route is via National Highway 75 and National Highway 206. The other alternate routes are via the Anantapur Tirupati Highway and the National Highway 48. Download Meru App and book a Bangalore to Tirupati cab to reach your destination on the fastest route.

What is the road condition like between Bangalore to Tirupati?

The road conditions are excellent till you reach the Andhra Pradesh border. After that there are a number of speed breakers that you need to be aware of. There are also quite a few trucks that make driving a bit difficult. The road gets better again after Chittoor. But you need not to worry as our experienced drivers will make sure that you don’t experience any bump on your journey.