Mumbai is a largest city of India and the capital of Maharashtra. It is the biggest cosmopolitan metropolis. Mumbai was earlier called as Bombay. Mumbai is the commercial city and one of the dominant port cities of India. Mumbai is popular for glitz and blitz of Bollywood and known to be a Television and Cinema hub. It is India’s largest slum house, where half of the Mumbai population survives. Mumbai is known for the skylines and the Marine drive with a sea side view. You will enjoy the hustle-bustle of Chawpatty at Juhu Beach. It is said that, Mumbai never sleeps, so you can enjoy the nightlife there. You can see many places in and around Mumbai. You will love to take stroll to the fashion street market and enjoy bargaining for the stuffs. The local people of Mumbai are called as Mumbaikers.
By Air: Mumbai is well connected to the major cities of the world. Mumbai airport is known as Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. It is meant to be the busiest airport of India.
By Train: Mumbai has a well connectivity of railways from all over India. The three main stations in Mumbai are; Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Earlier known as Victoria terminus and generally called as VT), Dadar Terminus and Kurla Terminus.
By Road: Mumbai is well connected by road and easily accessible from any part of India. You can travel by Car and by bus. There are three bus services available in Mumbai which makes your travel easy and convenient. The bus service is: Asiad Bus services, private bus services and ST bus services.
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Distance from Mumbai to nearby cities/places:
Ahmedabad – 551KM
Ajmer – 1038KM
Allahabad – 1444KM
Anant nagar JK – 2197KM
Aurangabad – 401KM
Ayodhya – 1490KM
Amritsar – 1854KM
Bangalore – 1033KM
Baroda – 432KM
Bhopal – 789KM