Indore To Bhopal By Car

We provide best Indore To Bhopal By Car package. The capital city of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal is famous for the pair of artificial lakes (Upper Lake and Lower Lake) that split the city. Split by a couple of lakes, Bhopal is two urban communities inside a city. Two distinctly differentiating city scapes. Towards the North you have the old city, an interesting region of mosques, serpentine back streets, chowks, processing swarms, colorful havelis and swarmed bazaars. South of the two lakes is the new Bhopal. Present day, with wide streets, upmarket shopping buildings, and rich lodgings and eateries settled. The bhojtal or bada talab is the largest man-made lake in india. The Taj-Ul-masjid is one of the largest mosques in india in Bhopal. Other point of interest in Bhopal are :- Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Moti Masjid, Gauhar mahal, sadar manzil, upper lake, van vihar national park etc.

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Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Weather : 33° C (Avg)

Best Time : July -Mar

Ideal duration : 2 -3 Days

How to Reach Bhopal ?

  • Indore to Bhopal road distance is approx 200 kms.
  • Time required to reach Bhopal from Indore is approx 4-5 Hrs by road.
  • You can book a car and have a wonderful road trip to reach this place.

Bhopal,  The  City of Lakes

Titled as the City of Lakes, Bhopal has a charm of its own. Visitors are rendered speechless after visiting various tourist attractions in Bhopal and getting insights about its past. The capital city of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal presents a versatile profile, combining a picturesque silhouette of the city, with its historical monuments, mosques and temples and palaces along with the historicity, scenic grandeur and modern planning. There are a number of tourist attractions in Bhopal that fails to tire the enthusiastic traveler, visiting this old extraordinary city.  The history of Bhopal is mainly dominated by three phases namely the early history, the begum rule and post-independence.

Top Places To See In Bhopal


Lower Lake

Moti Masjid

Bharat Bhavan

Gouhar Mahal

Upper Lake

Van Vihar


Taj UL Masjid

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Day 1 – Reach Bhopal in the morning. Freshen up and head towards the Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Alternatively, you can also head towards the Upper Lake. Post this, you can visit the magnificent Taj-Ul-Masjid along with along with Jama Masjid. If you are interested in artefacts and antique collections, the museum is your place to go. Later in the evening, you can shop at the local bazaars.
Day 2 – Visit the Van Vihar National Park early in the morning. You can catch glimpses of a variety of animals in their natural habitat. Do not forget to carry necessities like a torch, scarves/caps, water bottles, etc. Later, you can head towards the Shaukat Mahal and the Birla Mahal. Spend your evening at the banks of the Lower Lake and the adjacent royal gardens.
Day 3 – Located around 45 km from the city of Bhopal, the Bhimbetka caves are a must-visit for people who find solace in the ruins of history. The caves house one of the oldest paintings in the world. The nearby Shiva temple is the largest in India.