The city of Ludhiana can be accessed easily as it has a railway station of its own. Being an important commercial centre of Punjab, it has good connectivity with all the major cities of the country. Regular train service is available from different cities, such as Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai. Trains such as Paschim express, West Bengal Sampark Kranti, Andaman Express and Swarna Shatabdi Express help the travelers with their journey.
The Ludhiana airport, alternatively known as Sahnewal airport, is located at a distance of 12 km from the heart of the city, which offers limited connectivity to a few destinations. Another airport is located in Chandigarh, which is around 100 km away from Ludhiana. Various renowned airlines, such as Kingfisher, Air India, SpiceJet and IndiGo help the tourists with their journey. International travelers travelling from around the globe can take a connecting flight from the Indira Gandhi International Airport to reach Ludhiana. From the airport, tourists can easily avail taxi services to continue with their journey.
Travelling by bus is the most common way of reaching this city. Tourists travelling from different cities in Punjab can reach this place easily with the help of various state owned and private buses. Ludhiana is situated on the Delhi Amritsar Grand Trunk Road and hence is connected with various cities, including Chandigarh, Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow and Kanpur. Tourists can also opt for AC, Volvo or deluxe buses, which are reasonably priced and assure a comfortable journey to the tourists.