Mumbai is also the location of the headquarters of two national rail departments, namely the Central Railways as well as the Western Railways. This means that tourists who are planning on travelling to Mumbai by train will have no dearth of options when it comes to finding a train that will get them there thanks to the number of rail terminuses in the city, namely the Andheri Station, Bandra Terminus, Borivali Station, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Dadar Station, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Mumbai Central connecting it to almost every major city in the country and also across Maharashtra.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the second busiest airport in India, with a large number of daily flights travelling to and from domestic as well international locations. There is work underway on the Navi Mumbai International Airport on the outskirt of the city as well which should give tourists all the travel options they want.
Mumbai is connected by bus to a number of cities across the country since it is one of the biggest transport hubs on the entire Western Coast of India. This city is not only connected to almost every city and town in the state of Maharashtra but also to all major cities across the country since it forms one of the main hubs of the Golden Quadrilateral of National Highways. There are buses to Mumbai available from a majority of the states in India.