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Exploring Chandigarh by Road

By Julian Thomas Subscribe to RSS | December 10th 2011 | Views:

For someone living in the fast paced city of Delhi, traveling to Chandigarh by bus might look a little offbeat in the beginning but we assure you that the experience is worth trying. You might have tried flight, car, rail or even ferry travel to Chandigarh but the charm of bus is tough to match. Many people also book the online bus ticket to Chandigarh in case they don’t get reservation in the Shatabdi which runs twice daily between these two cities.

People staying at metros or emerging cities like Delhi and Chandigarh now find it much cheaper and comfortable to commute by bus. Even the government seems to be supporting use of public ground transportation channels and is creating fantastic roads to encourage this. The current highway is in very upbeat state and makes it possible to reach the destination by Chandigarh bus within 4.5 hours.

Going to Chandigarh from Delhi for example is now very convenient through Volvo bus if you do online bus ticket booking. All you, as a traveler, are required to do is book the Delhi to Chandigarh bus ticket online and catch the Volvo bus to Chandigarh on time and you’ll reach your destination with a smile.

The city, being a central hub for IT and ITES professionals in India, demands a robust bus service that can cater to the needs of people coming not only from Chandigarh but also from other parts of the country. Incidentally, Delhi to Chandigarh bus route is highly interesting, offering visual delight through the way of wonderful natural sceneries. Chandigarh is at a distance of about 250 kilometers from Delhi and can be easily reached by public or private buses in just 4-5 hours, if we don’t include the rest time that drivers of the Volvo bus take.

Be ready to experience a lot of fun and excitement all throughout your trip while traveling by road. Buses from Delhi to Chandigarh are available easily all throughout the day and night from ISBT. However, if you wish to get Delhi Chandigarh bus tickets, do the online booking early. Securing a seat just before the day of travel may become difficult on weekends or during festive season.

Chandigarh is well connected to all the other major cities including Shimla, Kausali, Solan, Dharamshala, Ambala, Panipat, Palampur, Una , Hamirpur and Hoshiarpur. For more information on online bus ticket booking, please feel free to visit our website. We offer hard to match services at the cheapest rates.

Julian Thomas - About Author:
Author is an associate editor for Buses From Delhi to Chandigarh. Get all possible information about Buses To Chandigarh and Bus Tickets. we also provide Online Bus Reservation Timetable Schedule at

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