The distance between Bangalore and Chennai (by road) is approximately 350 km, if one takes the more popular and convenient NH48. It will take approximately 6 hours to drive up to Chennai. On the way, stop at Ambur for some delicious biryani, Yelagiri Nature Park for some quiet time in nature and even Kanchipuram to buy some authentic Kanjeevaram (Kanchipuram) sarees. Also remember to stop for some idlis and filter coffee on Tamil Nadu's highways.
You may halt at your convenience anytime, anywhere and enjoy your short break. With Savaari’s user-friendly website, you can book taxi online in a few simple steps and avail hassle free car rental service.
Hiring a cab ensures that Bangalore to Chennai Distance will be covered in optimal time. With Savaari's chauffeur driven cars, you don’t have to bother about refueling, dangerous terrain or some pesky truck trying to overtake you from the wrong side. Push your seats back, roll down the window and enjoy the beautiful sceneries while the Bangalore to Chennai distance is being covered by car.
Vellore: Vellore, located in northeastern part of Tamil Nadu is the early bastion of Dravidian civilisation. Vellore means ‘city of Spears’ and multiple wars that were fought here aptly justify the name. The Vellore fort constructed from granite stones is one of the tourist hotspots along with a few other historic structures. Another famous attraction is the Sripuram Golden temple built at the cost of $65 million in the year 2017.
Kanchipuram: Kanchipuram, also known Kanchi is a famous temple city in Tamil Nadu, India. Apart from numerous temples across the length and breadth of the town, Kanchipuram is also famous as a seat of Adi Shankara, the founder of Advaita philosophy. The town also presents a great opportunity for exploring ancient temple architecture.
Mahabalipuram: Mahabalipuram is located about 40 miles from the city centre of Chennai, in Tamil Nadu. Since the 1990s, this town has made to the list of the World Heritage site, and some unexpected discoveries have also been made here. The refreshingly uncluttered temples carved in monolithic rocks are particularly interesting for visitors interested in archaeology.
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