By train it takes between 14 and 19 hours to travel from Bhopal to Pune depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Bhopal to Pune is 891 km.
Train Times to Pune
There are 9 train services from Bhopal Junction Railway Station (BPL) to Pune Junction Railway Station (PUNE).
|Train||Bhopal (BPL)||Pune (PUNE)||Operating Days|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Bhophal Junction to Pune Junction Railway Station is the Goa Express (PT) (Train #12780) departing at 01:30 every day of the week.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Bhophal Junction to Pune Junction Railway Station is the Gorakhpur – Pune Weekly Express (Via Lucknow) (Train #15029) departing at 09:30 on Fridays.
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Location of Bhopal Junction Railway Station
Bhopal Junction Railway Station is 2.4 km by road from Bhopal Talkies Square.
Location of Pune Junction Railway Station
Pune Junction Railway Station is 2.3 km by road from the Shaniwar Wada.
About Travel to Pune
Pune is vibrant city with a large student population and a more liberal attitude to alcohol and night life in general than many other cities in India. Pune also has a thriving IT industry. For tourists the city has a number of very high quality attraction both within the city centre itself and in the surrounding area. Pune’s most visited tourist attraction is the Shaniwar Wada Fort. The Shaniwar Wada Fort was constructed between 1730 and 1745 by the King of the Maratha Empire whose used it as his main residence until 1818 when he forced from power by the British colonialists. The fort was then used as a British Army base until 1828 when most of it was destroyed by a fire. The formal garden of the Shaniwar Wada Fort has been well maintained and this is now the main feature of the fort.
The other particularly notable attractions of Pune are it cave temples and hill forts, which are located outside the city centre. Within the city limits are the Pataleshwar Caves, which are dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and carved from a rock face in the 8th Century. Outside the city, and even more impressive, are the Bedse Caves, which are Buddhist temples carved out of the rock in the 1st Century. You can travel by train from Pune to the Bedse caves via Kamshet Railway Station, 55 km from Pune, and from there take a taxi for the last 9 km to the entrance to these ancient cave temples.