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Getting there

Bengaluru International Airport is 40 km away from the heart of the city, It costs about R300 by auto rickshaw and R600 by taxi.

education Updated: May 25, 2011 09:26 IST

Bengaluru International Airport is 40 km away from the heart of the city, It costs about R300 by auto rickshaw and R600 by taxi. Pre-paid taxi and Volvo bus facilities are available at the airport. Bangalore airport is well connected to almost all airports in India.
Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation or KSRTC buses connect all cities in the state to Bengaluru. Many super deluxe bus services are available from Bengaluru to Hyderabad, Cochin, Trivandrum, Chennai, Mumbai, Goa and Mysore.

Pune is well-connected with other parts of the country by air, train and bus service. Private luxury deluxe buses operate from Pune to many cities in India, including Goa, Mumbai and Hyderabad. Regular frequent bus services are connecting Pune with Mumbai, at nearly a distance of 200 km.

Pune airport is situated in the Lohagaon area, approximately 10 km to the northeast of the city. There are direct flights connecting Pune with the major cities.

Chandigarh, almost 260-km away from the national capital New Delhi, is well connected by air, bus and train. The Chandigarh domestic airport is 8-km away from the City Centre. Most of the air services provide daily flights to New Delhi from Chandigarh. International travellers have to get connection through Delhi airport. New Delhi airport is connected to all major cities in India and most of the foreign cities.

The city is connected by rail to many cities in Punjab, Haryana and also to national capital New Delhi. Frequent trains are running between New Delhi and Chandigarh.