Mumbai known as the city of dreams and dreamers needs no introduction for itself. The city is a great combination for a flamboyant film industry as well as some of Asia’s largest slums; the city attracts lot of its tourists from all over the country and globe alike. Mumbai is greatly well linked with the rest of the country by a strong mode of transport of flights, trains and buses. Mumbai airport known as Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the second busiest airport in India. It connects the city with major cities in India as well as abroad. Mumbai also provides excellent road connectivity by state and private buses from major neighboring towns.
Mumbai Airport or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, located around 30 km away from the heart of the city, is considered one of the busiest airports in India. It is spread across an area of 1,850 acres; the airport handles more than 800 airplane movements on a day to day basis. There are direct flights from New Delhi to Mumbai taking approximately two hours. After reaching the airport, tourist can hire taxis from outside to reach the destination in Mumbai.
Mumbai Central Bus Station is situated in the heart of Mumbai, is the main bus terminus in the city. Buses of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation operate from here and provide frequent luxury, semi-luxury, express and passenger to make their journey memorable one.The driving distance between Mumbai and New Delhi is 1407 km Delhi to Mumbai and it will take at least 22hours by road and will cost you at least 7025 of fuel! The temperatures at this time of the day are in a comfortable range so you can enjoy this driving experience.
Mumbai is well connected with other parts of the country by a huge network of trains. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and Mumbai Central Station are the two major railway station from where frequent trains from delhi run. Apart of these major railheads, there are some others such as Dadar Railway Station and Kalyani Railway Station helping to travel to or from the city of Mumbai. Buses, cabs and taxis are easily available from outside the railway stations to reach your destination. There are 35 direct train(s) from Mumbai to New Delhi. These train(s) are , Mumbai Rajdhani (12951), Nzm Garib Rath (12909), Aug Kr Raj Exp (12953), Bdts Nzm Yuva E (12247), Swaraj Express (12471) etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach New Delhi from Mumbai is 15h 01m and is convenient.
Thus you can choose the mode of transport according to your suitability and money that you want to spend. Mumbai and Delhi are easily connected to it other so it will not be a difficult task to reach at your desired place.