Reach Junagadh by Rail


The most convenient way of traveling to this ancient Gujarat city is to reach Junagadh by rail. Junagadh, a city and municipality in Gujarat, has a rail station of its own.
Trains connect Junagadh to major cities in Gujarat like Rajkot, Veraval and Ahmedabad. Junagadh is also connected to other states by rail.

The Junagadh Railway Station stands on Rajkot-Junagadh and Ahmedabad-Junagadh line. The 103 kilometer distance between Junagadh and Rajkot is covered in around two and fifteen minutes. The Verabal-Jabalpur Express connects Ahmedabad with Junagadh.

Tickets for the various trains from Junagadh can be availed from the travel agents or directly from the reservation counter at the railway station. The reservation office remains open from 8 am to 1 pm and then again from 3 pm to 8 pm from Monday to Saturday. On Sundays it is only open from 8 am to 2pm.

One of the most exotic heritage trains, Palace on Wheels, also stops at Junagadh, allowing the visitors to see the Darbar Hall Museum, Ashokan Rock Edict of 3rd century B.C and Mausoleum of Nawab Mahabat Khanji.



Last Updated on 06/06/2013

     


     

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