Train travel from Madurai to Hyderabad

The journey by train from Madurai to Hyderabad is scheduled to take between 22 hours 55 minutes and 25 hours 10 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 1,169 km. The train services listed below all depart from Madurai Junction Railway Station and arrive at Hyderabad’s Kacheguda Railway Station.

Train Times to Hyderabad


There are 3 train services from Madurai Junction to Hyderabad.

TrainMadurai JunctionHyderabad
Operating Days
1673301:0023:55Sa
1761612:5014:00Su
1635412:5014:00Tu

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Location of Madurai Junction Railway Station


Madurai Junction Railway Station is 3.1 km by road from St Mary’s Cathedral.

Google Map of Madurai Junction Railway Station

Location of Hyderabad Kacheguda Railway Station


Kacheguda Railway Station is 5.1 km by road from the Ramakrishna Math.

Google Map of Kacheguda Railway Station

About Travel to Hyderabad


With over 7 million permanent residents Hyderabad is thriving commercial centre, with some notable international technology companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft choosing to city for their Indian headquarters over other major technology hubs such as Chennai and Bangalore. The city’s modern cutting edge technology, and contemporary office buildings, contrast sharply to the historic buildings located in the Old City area of Hyderabad which is on the South Bank of the Musi River. The large number of tourists who come to Hyderabad for the most part do so to visit the magnificent buildings in the Old City.

Charminar Moument in Hyderabad
Charminar Moument in Hyderabad

Modern Hyderabad was founded in the late 16th Century as a residential area near to the Golconda Fort, which was the command centre of the then ruling Qutb Shahi dynasty. As well the Golconda Fort, the Qutb Shahi rulers also built a number of large tombs which are well preserved and well worth visiting. In the late 17th Century the city was taken over by the Mughal Empire who, as they did in Delhi, Agra and other parts of India, created some very large and ornate buildings in Hyderabad. The best known building in Hyderabad, often used as an emblem of the city, is the Charminar which is a very distinctive Mughal style mosque with four turrets. Other popular Mughal era buildings to visit in Hyderabad include the 17th Century Mecca Masjid mosque, and the 18th Century Chowmahalla Palace.

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