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Travelling To Mumbai

Mumbai is the city where you can experience everything from the natural lush green forests, its rivers and lakes to the modern day infrastructural constructions that are a landmark of the present world with a pint of some history as well. Isn’t it getting exciting already! The much famed Film City is also one of the attraction. This gives a clear idea about the importance of the city and hence, the easy availability of transportation. Take a look to the following tips of how to commute:

By Air :-

Mumbai International Airport is connected with all the important cities of India as well as the world. How easy can it get than this? There is also a domestic airport at Santa Cruz, which is just at a distance of 25 km from Mumbai. Both the domestic as well as the international airport have regular taxi services and also the Money changers.

By Rail :-
Traveling by train is a very good option since the city is the headquarters to the Central and Western railway zones, with the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal (CST) being its main railway station. The other significant railway stations of Mumbai are Mumbai Central, Churchgate, Dadar, Andheri and Borivali. The railway authorities have shown a great deal of improvement in making the frequencies of trains much more accessible.

By Road :-
if you think you want to reach Mumbai by road then it would be a guaranteed fun and easy. The city is well linked with the major tourist spots and major cities of India by road. The State Transport Terminal, situated opposite the city’s Central Railway Station, is its main bus terminal. From here, it is very easy to get buses and taxis to all the cities in Maharashtra as well as the neighboring states.

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