Patna has its own junction in the eastern railway route that is just 4kms away from the city. It serves as a key rail head for tourists as well as commuters traveling to and from the city. The rail head is a major transit point for many express and super fast trains, connecting it to various parts of India including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Varanasi and Amritsar etc.
Patna, being capital city of Bihar boasts a rich history and culture. Due to this, the city has become a potential tourist’s destination and has an impeccable transport infrastructure. Lok Nayak Jayaprakash International Airport, popularly known as Patna Airport, serves as an important transit point for cities like, Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. Located at 10kms from center of city, it operates many prominent airlines that offer regular flights. From airport you can hire a taxi to reach the main city.
All-weather motorable roads connect Patna by an extensive interstate bus service to all major tourists destinations. National highway provides road link between North and South Bihar. Whereas national highway 19, 30, 31, 83 connects Patna to all major cities of India, like Calcutta, Rajgir, Nalanda, Pawapuri, Vaishali, Gaya-Bodhgaya, Ranchi, Raxaul, Muzzafarpur, Sasaram etc. Bihar State Tourism Development also runs deluxe buses which provide luxury assisted travelling facilities for tourists.