Train travel from Jaipur to Hyderabad

The journey by train from Jaipur to Hyderabad is scheduled to take from 28 to 39 hours depending upon which train service you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,676 km.

Train Times from Jaipur to Hyderabad


There are currently 5 direct train services from Jaipur to Hyderabad.

  • Train times from Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP) to Secunderabad Junction Railway Station (SC).
TrainJaipur (JP)Hyderabad (SC)Operating Days
1701915:2006:20 + 1 dayTu
1271915:3000:09 + 1 dayW,F
0711615:3002:05 + 1 daySu
  • Train times from Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP) to Kacheguda Railway Station (KCG).
TrainJaipur (JP)Hyderabad (KCG)Operating Days
1297619:3500:01 + 1 dayM,W
1971322:3506:15 + 1 daySa

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Location of Jaipur Railway Station


Jaipur Junction Railway Station is 5.8 km by road from the Albert Hall Museum.

Google Map of Jaipur Junction Railway Station

Location of Secunderabad Junction Railway Station


Secunderabad Junction Railway Station is located 11.2 km by road from the Charminar Mosque.

Google Map of Secunderabad Junction Railway Station

Location of Kacheguda Railway Station


Kacheguda Railway Station is located 5.4 km by road from the Charminar Mosque.

Google Map of Kacheguda Railway Station

About Travel to Hyderabad


Hyderabad is a large city, with over 7 million residents, and it’s also a prosperous commercial centre. Major international IT companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft all have their Indian headquarters in Hyderabad, feeding a substantial eco-system of supporting businesses.

History of Hyderabad

Hyderabad is by no means a new city. Archaeologists have found evidence of people living in the area since 500 BC. The city was not, however, formally established until the 16th Century. The city was founded by the Qutb Shahi dynasty who were in turn displaced in the 17th Century by the Mughal Empire, who set about building some very impressive building as they did in Agra and Delhi. The Mughal Empire was Muslim which is reflected in the city’s magnificent mosques.

The Golconda Fort in Hyderabad
The Golconda Fort in Hyderabad
Tourism in Hyderabad

The newer part of Hyderabad City has three large museums and a zoo, but it’s not the part of Hyderabad which attracts the majority of the tourists.

The Golconda Fort, and the Qutb Shahi tombs, are the oldest buildings in the city and associated with the city’s founding family.

Closer to the city centre, on the south bank of the Musi River, are some impressive buildings associated with the period of Mughal rule. The most famous of these is the Charminar mosque which features an iconic square design with large archways and four turret like minarets. The Mecca Masjid mosque is also impressive, built on a massive scale using large granite blocks. More elegant is the 18th century Chowmahalla Palace, notable for its grand hall and formal gardens.

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