Travel to Ghaziabad


Ghaziabad Tourism



Ghaziabad is a great industrial city located in Uttar Pradesh, India. Tourists can travel to Ghaziabad to explore this fast developing city, situated on the banks of Hindon River. The city of Meerut and Bulandshahar lie on the northern and southern boundaries of Ghaziabad respectively. The city is close to the capital and comprises of several industrial centers set up in different areas. The distance of Ghaziabad city from eastern Delhi is 19km and from western Meerut is 46km.

Ghaziabad transportation system is excellent, connecting the city to different parts of the country. Tourists can travel to Ghaziabad by means of air, road and rail. To reach Ghaziabad by road, people can take the routes connecting Delhi - Lucknow, Delhi - Allahabad, Delhi-Saharanpur and Delhi-Haridwar. There are various modes of road transportation like the private bus, UPSRTC bus, D.T.C. Bus and taxis. DTC buses operate after every six minutes from Delhi ITO to reach ALT center in Ghaziabad. State Transport Corporation buses are also available to the travelers.

Indira Gandhi International Airport is a major airport located at a distance of 45 km from Ghaziabad providing the tourists with the option to reach Ghaziabad by air. Reaching the city by rail is also a common option that is quite affordable to one and all. Ghaziabad is itself a railway junction because of which major rail routes pass through the city. The main railway station is centrally located and is easily accessible. Fast moving trains known as E.M.U. connect Ghaziabad to the neighboring cities.

Ghaziabad travel is made comfortable for visitors by Ghaziabad hotels that are perfect places of accomodation for the tourists. Mela Plaza and Shipra hotel are the two popular hotels which provide all modern amenities and comforts to Ghaziabad travelers.

Places to Visit in Ghaziabad
  • Chandi mandir
  • Garhmukteshwar
  • Swarn jayanti park
  • Dudheshwar nath mandir
  • Sai upvan
  • Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary
More on tourist attractions of Ghaziabad

How to Reach in Ghaziabad

By Air

Reaching Ghaziabad by Air is possible via the nearest airport from Ghaziabad, the Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi. The city of Ghaziabad is an important industrial city of India, which is included in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Business men from all over India approach this city. As Ghaziabad city has no airport of its own, the airport of Delhi plays the substitute.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport is very important, as all major cities of the world are connected to India via this airport. It helps to travel by air to Ghaziabad if someone is traveling from a faraway city in India. From New Delhi, Ghaziabad is just about 19 kilometers away and is located to the east of Delhi. From the airport at Delhi, travelers to Ghaziabad can either take buses or railways. Also, cars can be hired. Apart from reaching Ghaziabad by air the railways and roadways to Ghaziabad too, are very well developed and comprise an important part of Ghaziabad transportation.

By Road

Ghaziabad can be accessed through a number of ways but the most convenient local transportation means arriving at Ghaziabad by road or railways. Ghaziabad city is located to the east of New Delhi. Along with Noida, New Delhi and Gurgaon, it forms an important economic and industrial zone. Each day thousands of people arrive and depart from Ghaziabad for mainly professional purpose. Hence Ghaziabad transportation by roadways is vital for shouldering a part of daily passengers to the city.

Ghaziabad is located on the Great Grand Trunk Road. This means the city can be accessed from many parts of North India including many parts of Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The Grand Trunk road is the largest road of South Asia, spanning a distance of 2,500 kilometers from Sonarpur of Bangladesh to Wagah of Pakistan.

Ghaziabad is well networked by road to other neighboring cities. There are regular bus services ferrying passengers to and from Ghaziabad. The Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation is about to start the City Bus Service, which will connect Ghaziabad to Noida and Greater Noida.

Ghaziabad by roadways also connects the neighboring places, Dasna, Muradnagar, Niwari, Modinagar, Oikhua, Babugarh and Baksar. Also, a road networks Ghaziabad with the city of Meerut.

By Rail

Reaching Ghaziabad by Rail is the one of the most comfortable means of transport to the city. As such, other means of conveyance to Ghaziabad include airways and roadways.

Ghaziabad is located to the East of New Delhi. This is an industrial city and the rapid corporate development has increased the number of daily passengers. Workers from Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon regularly travel to Ghaziabad for work purpose. The two nearest railways from Ghaziabad include the Nizamuddin railway station and the New Delhi railway station.

The Ghaziabad rail junction is important in terms of local trains as well as national rail routes. Several of the long distance trains stop at Ghaziabad. The local trains, called the EMU connect Ghaziabad to the neighboring cities and towns. There are other trains, which connect Ghaziabad to Meerut, Aligarh, Palwal, Mathura, Faridabad and such other important places in Uttar Pradesh.

Plans have been drafted to improve the transportation to Ghaziabad by rail. This includes construction of the Metro rails. These underground rails will be very efficient for covering long distances in short time. The daily passengers to Ghaziabad would be greatly benefited once this metro rail project materializes. Formerly New Delhi and Kolkata were have been facilitated by the metro rails.

Distance to Ghaziabad
  • From gurgaon - 49 KM
  • From delhi - 19 KM
Ghaziabad Distance Chart



Last Updated on : 25/07/2013



     


     

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