One of the best ways to reach Tiruchirappalli is via trains. Tiruchirappalli is the host to Tiruchirappalli Junction, which is one of the busiest railway networks of Southern India. It is the second largest railway station of the Tamil Nadu state. To ensure that it is well connected to all the major states of India, trains run to and from Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bengal and the list is never ending. Besides, Tiruchirappalli Junction there are several other small railway junctions spread across Tiruchy at points like Golden rock, Palakkarai, Srirangam, Tiruchirappalli Fort and Tiruchirappalli town.
Tiruchirappalli is served by Tiruchirappalli airport and it is situated at a mere distance of 5 Kms from the city. To ensure great connectivity to and from the airport there are several options of public transport available. A number of national and international flights land and take off from Tiruchirappalli Junction to almost every state or city in India, Colombo and Gulf countries as well.
Tiruchirappalli not just offers tourists a well-developed and connected railway hub but also highly maintained, safe and linked road network as well. Depending upon the city or state and distance you can opt to travel by taxi, car or buses. You can choose amongst Volvo, AC buses and AC sleeper buses to decide the degree of your comfort during the journey. Tiruchirappalli is located at a distance of 206 Kms from Coimbator, 330 Kms from Chennai, 331 Kms from Bangalore, 362 Kms from Kochi and 391 Kms from Trivandrum.