Take A Train From Pune To Udaipur This Summer!

Take A Train From Pune To Udaipur This Summer!
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The Indian railways have come up with an efficient solution tackling the inconvenience faced by people travelling between Udaipur and Pune this summer

OT Staff
April 09 , 2019
01 Min Read

Dear Pune rail peeps, if Udaipur is your summer holiday destination, boy do we have good news for you. 

Over the years, the number of people travelling to Udaipur from Pune has been increasing and the only way to get to the city of lakes has been: a) flying via Delhi. Mumbai or Ahmedabad; b) take a long road journey; or c) mix it up between the two options. Now, for a railhead in Pune (or Udaipur who wants to visit Pune), there's a special train just for you. 

The Indian Railway authorities have introduced a ‘Special Summer Train’, a direct train from Pune to Udaipur and vice versa as a solution of easing traffic on the roads and increasing comfort for the travellers. 

This ‘Special Summer Train’ will commence from the April 9, 2019 and will leave Udaipur every week until June 25, 2019. The train will leave from Udaipur every Tuesday at 11:10 hours. and from Pune every Thursday at 00:25 hours with the estimated time taken to travel between the two cities about 24 hours.

The train will travel through Rana Pratap Nagar, Mavli, Chittorgarh, Neemuch, Mandsaur, Ratlam, Vadodara, Surat, Vasai Road, Kalyan and Lonavala stations. The train will have one second AC compartment, two third AC's, nine second class sleeper coaches, four general coaches, and two guard coaches.

So, what are you waiting for? If a holiday to udaipur and Pune is on your mind, book away on the IRCTC website. 

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