Reaching Rajkot

Reaching Rajkot does not pose a problem as this city of Gujarat is well connected to many other important parts of the country. The railways, airways and roadways of Rajkot help the tourists to reach the city with ease and comfort.

There are many trains that link the city of Rajkot with many other important places of the subcontinent of India. A number of places outside Gujarat like Mumbai, Delhi, Thiruvananthapuram, Coimbatore, Kochi and Bhopal are connected with the city by railways.

To reach Rajkot by air is very easy as this city of India has an airport of its own. This airport offers all the basic facilities that one would expect in a good airport. Many flights ply from Mumbai, one of the most important cities of India, to Rajkot. Mumbai is well connected to many major places across the globe. Therefore, the flights from Mumbai to Rajkot help the visitors from the different parts of the world to reach the beautiful city of Rajkot. The Sahara Airlines and the Jet Airways operate Mumbai-Rajkot flights on a regular basis, while the Indian Airlines operates four flights in a week.

One can also avail the bus service run by the State Transport Corporation to reach Rajkot from other regions of the state. Some of the important places of Gujarat that are linked with Rajkot by roadways are Junagarh, Jamnagar, Veraval, Porbandar and Ahmedabad.

If one is planning a pleasure trip to the city, which is one of the important tourist spots of India, then the above information might come in handy for reaching Rajkot.

Distance to Rajkot
  • From delhi - 1131 KM
  • From ahmedabad - 216 KM
  • From mumbai - 761 KM
  • From chennai - 2042 KM
  • From hyderabad - 1424 KM
  • From bangalore - 1711 KM
Rajkot Distance Chart

Last Updated on 07/06/2013



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