Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra and also a metro city. It is well connected to the major cities of India and rest of the world.
The economic city of the nation is 1407 km from New Delhi, 998 km from Bangalore, 1109 km from Chennai, 711 km from Hyderabad, 713 km from Mangalore, 593 km from Goa, 844 km from Nagpur, 160 km from Pune, 673 km from Amravati, 300 km from Ahmednagar and 550 km from Ahmedabad.
National and international tourists have many options to reach Mumbai.
By Air :
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (before Sahara Airport) is the International Airport and Chhatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport (before Santa Cruz Airport) is the domestic airport for domestic flights. These two airports are about 4 km from each other and around 30 km away from Nariman Point (the heart of the city) in south Mumbai.
Mumbai is the second busiest aviation hub in the country. International flights from major cities of the world such as New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai and many such directly connect Mumbai with the world.
By Train :
As we know the history of Indian Railway, the first train in India run between Mumbai and Thane. Rail network of Mumbai is connected all over India. Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus, Dadar Terminus, Mumbai Central, Bandra Terminus and Kurla Terminus are the key stations of Mumbai. The Central line and the Western line serve Southern India, Eastern India, North India and Western states.
The Konkan Railway has separate administration from Mumbai railway. To experience the Konkan coast, Mangalore and Goa of Maharashtra, this line makes the best facilities.
By Road :
Visitors may reach by road to Mumbai by using the Mumbai-Pune Express Highway and National Highways No. 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 and 17 that connect all parts of the country. Rented cars are easily available from any important cities of India.