Bombay/Mumbai is India's best-connected city to the extent that reaching Mumbai is far easier than that of the capital city of Delhi. Bombay is well connected globally by air. Extensive road and rail network connects Mumbai to almost every nook and crannies of India.
How to Reach Mumbai by Air
All major airlines fly to Mumbai. Bombay is India's International
gateway with the busiest domestic network in India. The Sahar
International Airport is 30km north of the city's center. The domestic
terminal at Santa Cruz is at the distance of 25km from downtown Mumbai.
These terminals are well connected with taxis and shuttle services.
How to Reach Mumbai by Rail/Train
Reaching Mumbai by train is quite easy. Mumbai is well connected with
railways, with the city being headquarters to two railway zones -
Central and Western. Victoria Terminal now renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji
Terminal is the main railway station of Mumbai. Bombay Central,
Churchgate, Dadar and Kurla are the other prominent railway stations.
How to Reach Mumbai by Road
If you plan your tour by road, Mumbai is well connected with all the
major tourist spots across India. Most of the long distance buses leave
from the State Transport Terminal situated opposite Mumbai's Central
Railway Station. However, we won't suggest you to take on this journey
if you have a language problem, since there is hardly any information in
English. Not knowing Hindi or Marathi can make your travel arduous and
not to mention the road fatigue.