Perched on the western coast of Indian Peninsula, Mumbai has come to assume a larger than life image. Capital city of Maharashtra, it is a great cultural port – a melting port of innumerable communities and diverse cultures. Mumbai provides a plethora of business opportunities and a potential for a high standard of living, hence it is also a hub of immigrants .Each corner of the city resonates and is highlighted by its portrayal in daily soaps, documentaries and films. Thus, the city bears a pleasant familiarity for all. Home to the Bollywood industry, it is also known as the entertainment capital of India.
How To Get Here
Mumbai is well connected to all major cities across India through flights run by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport which lie 30 kms north of the city. It also has a domestic airport that further helps in easy accessibility. Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is at a distance of about 4.5 kms from the international airport and 26 kms north of the city. Buses and autos can take one to any destination within the city.
Mumbai is well linked to all major cities across India by Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus or VT. Trains from central, east and west India arrive at this terminus while trains from north arrive at Mumbai Central Station. Buses and autos can be taken to reach the desired destination.
Inter Maharashtra buses as well as buses from other states terminate at Mumbai Central Bus Station. Those running from Pune and Nasik arrive at ASIAD Bus Stand near Dadar railway station. Mumbai State Road Transport Communication (MRTC), quite efficiently assists in easy accessibility.