A Bus Trip from Varanasi to Allahabad, India

Travelling to Allahabad from Varanasi is fun, especially when you can take a bus trip. Both the cities are soaked in rich past, dates back to India’s heritage along with a vibrant culture in a way that may never be ignored.

Probably Allahabad is laden with artifacts, adding a special touch in influencing its people and visitors. Adhering to this reason, the city earns its significance in the pages of Indian history. The amalgamation of Hindu, British and Muslim culture are profoundly intriguing. Any tourist who sets foot in the region should never miss out unique sites and attractions.

The journey from Varanasi to Allahabad is completed in 2-3hours covering a short distance of 120kms. Travelling by bus is quite comfortable and convenient for commuters. I took online bus tickets from redbus.in, as I had sudden plans of visiting Allahabad. Bus tickets are always available and easy to book them from this online portal. They gave discounts too!

Allahabad consists of a good network of transportation like railways, roadways and airways. The city is linked well to all the major cities of India as well as the neighbouring parts of the province of Uttar Pradesh. Buses being a suitable option as the region consists of efficient roadways. Bus as a commuting medium helps several travellers to commute seamlessly.

Allahabad offers a great choice of accommodation options spread across the city. There is a range of hotels for budget travellers, luxury seeking travellers and many more. Hotels like Milan Palace, Hotel Polomax, Raka Inn and many more stay choices are available suiting every visitors’ needs. The travel and tourism sector has taken valuable efforts to focus on Allahabad’s Shopping destination as an interesting activity for the tourists being on a tour in the city.

People who love shopping and has a knack for buying antique jewellery, ethnic wears, high art quality items for them Allahabad is the best place to satisfy their shopping desires.

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