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Tirupati to Bengaluru Flights

Are you looking to book tickets from Tirupati to Bengaluru?

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Currently, approximately 5 flights operate from Tirupati to Bengaluru every day. Of these, one is a direct flight, which takes around 55 minutes to reach Bengaluru. However, other flights have layovers in Hyderabad and Delhi and take anywhere between 5 and 25 hours to reach Bengaluru. The direct flight is operated by IndiGo, and the connecting flights are operated by Air India.

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Flights from Tirupati to Bengaluru


About Bengaluru Airport

Bengaluru Airport, also known as Kempegowda International Airport (IATA code: BLR), serves the city of Bengaluru. It is one of the busiest airports in India. Located in Devanahalli, the airport is about 35 km away from the city. Bengaluru Airport has an integrated terminal, which caters to domestic and international flights.

Bengaluru Airport is connected to more than 60 cities across India. It also serves flights to and from various international destinations like Paris, Frankfurt, London, San Francisco, Dubai, Sydney etc. Lounges and restaurants offer excellent services inside the airport for a comfortable passenger experience. Vayu Vajra is an airport shuttle service operated by BMTC to help passengers reach Kempegowda International Airport from different parts of the city or go to the city from the airport. You can also opt for cab or taxi services to commute to and from the airport.

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About Bengaluru

Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka and one of the largest cities in India, is also known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’. The metropolis draws people from all across the country because of its thriving Information Technology sector. In 2006, Bangalore was officially renamed Bengaluru. Beautiful gardens and parks can be found all over Bengaluru, which gives it the name ‘the Garden City’. Despite being one of the most populated cities in India, Bengaluru has almost 25 lakes, some of which are Ulsoor Lake, Lalbagh Lake, Hebbal Lake, and Kengeri Lake.

The local language spoken in Bengaluru is Kannada. It is also known for its pleasant climate throughout the year and its various tourist attractions including heritage monuments, historic gardens, forts, and palaces. Some tourist spots in and around Bengaluru are Bannerghatta National Park, Nandi Temple, ISKCON Temple, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Jayaprakash Narayan Biodiversity Park, Bengaluru Palace, and Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium. Food-lovers will especially find Bengaluru appealing with its mouth-watering dishes like idli sambhar, masala dosa, medu vada, and bisi bele bhath.

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Bannerghatta National Park 

Situated on the outskirts of Bangalore, Bannerghatta is a must-visit place for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Spread across 104.27 sq km, this national park is home to some magnificent creatures like tigers, lions, wild dogs, crocodiles, and bears. The foliage and floral diversity are equally breathtaking. The first-ever butterfly park in India was opened here in 1971. The crocodile farm and aquarium are also irresistible tourist spots within the park.  

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Halasuru Someshwara Temple 

Halasuru Someshwara Temple was built during the Chola Dynasty’s reign and is one of the oldest temples in Bangalore. The beautiful temple, which is an example of Vijayanagara and Dravidian styles of architecture, offers a peaceful escape from the hustle-bustle surrounding it. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple draws worshippers from all around the city.  

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ISKCON Temple 

A trip to Bangalore is incomplete without visiting the magnificent ISKCON Temple. It is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world. This is a massive cultural complex, and the temple is built with marble, granite, and Korean glass. The temple, situated in a serene setting, is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha. 

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Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium 

Anyone passionate about our universe must visit the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium. With 3D shows, a science park, and a science theatre, the planetarium is a great place to invoke curiosity among children and further their interest in the mysteries of the universe. The monthly sky-gazing program is an unmissable visual treat for visitors.  

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Nandi Hills 

Nandi Hills is one of the most renowned tourist locations near Bangalore. Rivers Arkavathi and North Palar originate in these hills, and it is a very popular hiking destination. Situated around 60 km away from Bangalore, Nandi Hills offers scenic views of the surrounding valleys and forests. The Nandi Temple at the top of the hill holds much cultural and religious significance for the natives. 

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Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall  

An important place to visit in Bangalore is the Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall. This memorial hall is located in Cubbon Park and also houses the Central Library. With more than 2.6 lakh books, the shelves of this library contain some of the rarest literary works.  


About Tirupati Airport

Tirupati Airport (IATA code: TIR) serves the pilgrim town of Tirupati. Located in Renigunta, a suburb of Tirupati, the airport is about 20 km away from the town. The airport is mainly frequented by pilgrims to the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, which is located 39 km away.

Tirupati Airport has an integrated terminal known as Garuda Terminal. The terminal can roughly manage 500 domestic and 200 international passengers at a time. Tirupati Airport operates flights by airlines like Air India, IndiGo, and SpiceJet. The highest flight frequency to Tirupati is from Hyderabad and Bangalore, two of the major international airports in South India. There are plenty of passenger facilities at Tirupati Airport, including ATMs, a child care room, a free medical facility, a smoking zone, Wi-Fi, a tourist information counter, car rental services, a parking facility, and a lost and found baggage counter. The most convenient way of getting to Tirupati Airport from the city is via a cab or taxi. It takes around 40 minutes.

About Tirupati

Tirupati is a popular pilgrimage destination in southern Andhra Pradesh. It draws millions of pilgrims every year, thanks to the Venkateswara Temple, which is situated on the top of Tirumala Hills. It is one of the world’s richest temples based on the donations it receives. There are many other temples in Tirupati as well, which are also popular and attract tourists.

Although Tirupati is renowned for its religious prominence, one cannot disregard the splendid natural attractions in and around this town. Dense forests and beautiful waterfalls can be found around this holy city. Summers are generally extremely hot in Tirupati. Therefore, the best time to visit is from October to March, when the weather cools down. When shopping from Tirupati, tourists usually shop for brass idols, Kalamkari, woodcarving, gold leaf paintings, and other items that hold cultural and mythological significance.

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Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple 

This temple holds much significance for worshippers of Lord Venkateswara, as it is dedicated to his consort Goddess Padmavathi. The temple is located about 5 km from Tirupati. It is a widely held belief that devotees of Lord Venkateswara should stop at this temple first as an act of deference towards the divine goddess. 

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Venkateswara Swamy Temple 

Venkateswara Swamy Temple is the identity of Tirupati in many ways. Located about 21 km away from the town, this temple is one of the busiest pilgrim centres in the world. The temple is believed to have been built over a long time, starting from about 300 AD, with various kings contributing to its construction. The Dravidian style of architecture, with its towering gateways, sanctum, and Sanctorum, is mesmerising. 

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Deer Park 

This park is home to several animals and is especially famous for its deer. It is a beautiful picnic spot and sometimes tourists can be seen feeding the deer. Located on the way to Tirupati from Tirumala, the deer park is a notable tourist spot. 

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Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple 

Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple is the only temple in Tirupati dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is a waterfall nearby known as Kapila Theertham, one of the 108 sacred Shiva Theerthams in India. It is located on the Tirumala Hills. According to folklore, Kapila Muni used to meditate in front of a Shiva Linga here.  

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Sri Venkateswara National Park 

Sri Venkateswara National Park was established in 1989 and houses many rare plant and animal species. This ecological haven has lush green foliage and magnificent waterfalls. The fauna variety that exists in this forest is equally impressive. Animals on the verge of extinction like the Tree Shrew, Flying Lizard, and Golden Gecko have found refuge inside this sanctuary. Winters would be ideal for wildlife lovers to plan a trip to witness the national park at its best. 

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TTD Gardens 

The colourful flower beds and aesthetically shaped lawns at TTD Gardens are incredible visual sights. The garden supplies 500 kgs of flowers daily to temples around Tirupati. With more than 200 varieties of flowers spread across a sprawling 460 acres, this garden certainly makes it to the list of popular tourist locations around Tirupati. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Travel guidelines differ according to state regulations and keep changing as per government mandates. As of now, flights from Tirupati to Bengaluru remain unaffected by COVID-19.

Around 5 flights travel daily from Tirupati to Bengaluru. However, only one of them is a direct flight, while the rest are connecting flights.

The minimum flight duration from Tirupati to Bengaluru is 55 minutes.

IndiGo operates a direct flight to Bengaluru from Tirupati.

Winter (November–February) is the ideal season to visit Tirupati.

The distance between Tirupati Airport and Tirumala Temple is approximately 39.4 km.

Bengaluru city is approximately 35 km from Kempegowda International Airport.

Airport buses and cabs are the best ways to reach the city from Bengaluru Airport.

September to February is the best time to visit Bengaluru because the city is at its best during monsoon and winter.

Devanahalli Fort (15.4 km), Nandi Hill (39 km), and Nehru Nilaya (40 km) are some tourist spots near Kempegowda International Airport.

You should reach the airport at least two hours before departure for domestic flights.

There is only one airport in Bengaluru - Kempegowda International Airport.
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Airport Information

Bengaluru KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300, India

Tirupati Tirupati Airport Rd, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 517520