How to Reach Margao




In order to answer the question of how to reach Margao tourists should obtain detailed information about the city and its network of transport. Margao city is well-connected with the rest of the country with an excellent network of railways, roadways and airways.

Tourists reaching Margao by rail can stop at the Konkon railway station, which is 3 kms away from the center of the city. It is one of the major railway terminals in the southern region of Goa. All the trains such as Shatabdi Express and Rajdhani Express and passenger trains stop at Konkon railway station. Thus, tourists coming from various parts of the country can reach Margao quite conveniently.

Tourists can definitely reach Margao by air. The nearest airport to Margao city is Dabolim airport of Panaji, which is 28 kms away from the city.

Margao is well-linked with rest of the cities within the state of Goa via roadways and highways. There are local as well as interstate bus services which can be availed by the tourists. Deluxe, luxury as well as economic buses travel to and fro Margao carrying a multitude of tourists daily. Local buses, Taxis or hired cars can also be available from the KTC bus stand. Tourists who wish to explore the entire city can avail these local means of transport. Thus, traveling to Margao via road is a convenient option for tourists in order to reach Margao.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011





     


     

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