Getting in Vadodara

Getting in Vadodara is quite convenient as Vadodara is well connected to the rest of the country by means of the airways, roadways and highways and railways. Within the city of Vadodara the network of local transport is excellent and thus it becomes easy for tourists to reach their destination in a very short span of time. The local means of transport available in the city are mainly auto-rickshaws, taxis and buses.

In order to reach Vadodara by air, domestic flights such as Indian Airlines and Jet Airways can be availed. The airport located closest to the city of Vadodara is the international airport at Ahmadabad, which is about 100 kms away from Vadodara.

From any part of the country tourists can reach the city of Vadodara via railways. The trains which can be availed for reaching Vadodara are as follows:

  • Mumbai to Baroda ( Saurashtra Express - 9215) Daily Timing: 7.55
  • Mumbai to Baroda ( Karnavati Express - 2933) leaving Wednesdays, Daily Timing: 13.40
  • Mumbai to Baroda ( Shatabdi Express - 2009) leaving Friday, Daily Timing: 6.25
  • Bandra to Baroda ( Bandra Bikaner Express - 4708) Daily Timing: 15.00
  • Bandra to Baroda (Sayajinagari Express - 2963) Daily Timing: 14.40
For reaching Vadodara hired cars and deluxe buses can be availed. The National Highway number 8 crosses the city of Vadodara. Vadodara is connected to the rest of the cites in Gujarat via excellent network of roads. The main bus terminus in Vadodara is the STC bus station that is very closely located to the Vadodara Central Railway Station.

Last Updated on: 8/05/2013



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