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Hi, im planning for a road trip from Hyderabad to Lucknow, with family ( 2 small kids), with a  halt in Nagpur. pls suggest the best route post nagpur, and a good place for another night halt, during covid times. travelling by XUV500

 

planning to stay in Le Meridian in Nagpur, for night stay.

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On 7/28/2020 at 6:57 PM, Richin said:

Hi, im planning for a road trip from Hyderabad to Lucknow, with family ( 2 small kids), with a  halt in Nagpur. pls suggest the best route post nagpur, and a good place for another night halt, during covid times. travelling by XUV500

 

planning to stay in Le Meridian in Nagpur, for night stay.

Hi Richin,

 

Did you take any other halt after Nagpur. It's still a 17 hour drive from Nagpur to Lko. Any good hotels in the way. Thanks

Shivam

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Recent update from on our memeber:


I travelled the Hyderabad to Lucknow route today in 2N3D.

NH44 is closed for Seoni-Pench so While Returning one would have to take Chhindwara route from Narsinghpur.

Other option is Gwalior-Guna-Bhopal-Itarsi-Betul-Nagpur route but you would need to validate NH(46?) condition in Hoshangabad area considering recent floods.

I would assume that it would be better than Chhindwara road.

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Guest Shiksha

Hi, thank you for the info. I would also like the trip from Hyderabad to Lucknow. The first stop could be Nagpur. Can anyone share more details about how to travel from Nagpur to Lko?

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Guest Surabhi

Hi

Any one travelled Hyderabad to Prayagraj (Allahabad) recently.

If yes please share info about route and your experience.

TIA.

 

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On 4/4/2021 at 6:51 PM, Guest Surabhi said:

Any one travelled Hyderabad to Prayagraj (Allahabad) recently.

If yes please share info about route and your experience.

 

I know I am replying late to your query, but it might be helpful for others who are willing to drive to Prayagraj.

I did Hyderabad - Pratapgarh trip on 15th May 2021 and returned back on 29th May 2021.

 

I took the below route:

Hyderabad - Adilabad - Nagpur - Jabalpur - Katni - Rewa - Prayagraj - Pratapgarh

 

Roads are in pretty good condition and the complete stretch is 4 lane ( except at Katni and Rewa Bypass). Katni and Rewa bypass is a 2-Lane road but its in good condition. Katni Bypass 4-laning is under construction, but there are no issues with the existing road and is in good condition ( no potholes or diversions)

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