The journey by train from Bangalore to Pune is scheduled to take between 18 hours 40 minutes and 25 hours 45 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Bangalore to Pune is 962 km.
Train Times to Pune
There are 15 train services from Bangaore to Pune departing from 2 different train stations in Bangalore.
There are 8 train services from Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station (SBC) to Pune Junction Railway Station (PUNE).
18:45 + 1 day
18:45 + 1 day
There are 7 train services from Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station (YPR) to Pune Junction Railway Station (PUNE).
05:00 + 1 day
Fastest Train: The fastest train from Bangalore to Pune is the 11014Coimbatore – Mumbai LTT (Kurla) Express (PT) (Train #11014) departing at 16:00 every day of the week.
Slowest Train: The slowest train from Bangalore to Pune is the KSR Bengaluru – Jodhpur Express (Via Guntakal) (PT) (Train #16534) departing at 22:45 on Sundays.
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Location of Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station
Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station is 4.1 km by road from Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace in Banglore.
Location of Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station
Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station is 9.4 km by road from Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace in Banglore.
Location of Pune Railway Station
Pune Junction Railway Station is 4.9 km by road from the Aga Khan Palace.
Pune is the 9th largest city in India, with a city centre population over 3 million permanent residents. Pune is also a culturally and economically vibrant city, famous for being at the centre of the Indian Independence movement and for being one of the most important University towns in India. The recorded history of the city dates back to the 9th Century and evidence of that long history can be found at historical sites across Pune.
Pune is one of India’s biggest cities
Although Pune is not one of the more popular tourist destinations in India it does have a wide range of attractions that will keep adventurous travellers entertained for several days:
Pataleshvara Cave Temple: Temple in a man made cave carved out from a rock face in the 8th Century. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
Shaniwar Wada: Fort built in the 18th Century as a residence for the Prime Minister of the Maratha Empire. The fort has a large garden and 5 very impressive gates.
Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum: Museum with an eclectic range of artefacts relating to Indian culture, particularly the arts and crafts of India.
Aga Khan Palace: Fantastic building blending Mughal and Italian architectural styles now opened as a museum. The palace is most famous being were Independence movement leader Gandhi was imprisoned by the British during the 1940s.
Parvati Hill temples: Hill top temple with fantastic views across Pune.