All Bus Operators From Hubli Byepass to Cuncolim
About Hubli Byepass
Hubli also known as Hubbali is the second largest and fastest growing city in Karnataka. Cotton, Chilli Pepper and Peanuts are the major crops cultivated here. This city is also called as “Chota Mumbai”. The name Hubbali means “Flowering Creeper”.
Budget Hotels in Hubli
There are good budget hotels available in this region. Some of them include Clarks Inn, The President Hotel, Chalukya Residency & Hotel, Hotel Dhammanagi and others.
Kannada is the official language of Hubli.
Events in Hubli
Navratri, Christmas, Eid, Holi, Diwali and Ganesh Chathurthi are the important festivals celebrated here.
Places to See in Hubli
Some of the tourists’ attractions in and around Hubli are Indira Gandhi Glass House Garden, Unkal Lake, Siddharoodha Math, Nrupatunga Betta and Chandramouleshwara Temple.
How to Get There
Hubli Airport is the nearest airport that connects all the major cities of India.
Hubli has its own railway station that is well connected to all the other cities of India.
There are several bus services to Hubli from major cities like Bangalore, Mysore, Chennai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Tirupati and
others. Both the state government and the private operators are competing against each other to satisfy the needs of the customers. There are several online bus ticketing portals like ticketgoose.com that are providing the bus tickets online
. So, you need not wait in the queue to get your bus tickets. Click here.
Cuncolim is based in southern Goa. The word ‘Cuncolim’ means a town where kumkum or vermilion is produced. This city used to be known as Kumkumahalli. Earlier this city is famous for its temple ‘Shree Shantdurga’. But now the temple has been shifted to Fatorpa. Cuncolim is famous for its temples, churches, caves and lakes.
Places to Stay
There are few hotels who offer good services such as Om Shiv Hotel, Nanutel Hotel and Veeniola Holiday Home (Tariff - Rs. 990).
The official language of Cuncolim is Konkani and the alternative languages are Portuguese and English.
Cuncolim is famous for the annual fair where the goddess Shree Shantdurga’s idol is taken back to Cuncolim’s temple where it was earlier. The event happens in the months of January and February.
Places of Interest
There are few tourist attractions in Cuncolim like Our Lady of Health Church (14 km from Margaon), Molanguinim Cave, Shree Shantdurga Temple (29 km from Margaon) and Nayaband Lake.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to the city is the Goa Airport which is located at the distance of 28 km.
The nearest railway station is the Margaon Railway Station.
The nearest bus station is at Goa. There are many buses from Goa to Mumbai and Bangalore. There are plenty of bus service providers like Paulo Travellers, Neeta Tour and Travellers and VRL. You can book bus online from various bus booking websites.
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