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Getting to Rajasthan

 

Getting to Rajasthan

Rajasthan has always been an enigmatic place which the traveler has wished to explore. People from across the Globe are desirous of making a visit to this state known for its rich culture and heritage. Rajasthan is a destination which can be accessed without much difficulty. One can reach Rajasthan through means of Air, Rail and Road. Almost all the cities of Rajasthan are well connected by rail and road and several cities have domestic airports. To make the travel for the visitor more convenient here we have mentioned how he can reach the land of Princes Rajasthan.

By Air

By Air

Rajasthan is easily accessible by air. Jaipur has the International Airport of the State. The other nearest International Airport from Rajasthan is Delhi which is 260 km away from Rajasthan. There are a number of domestic Airports in Rajasthan at Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer. Rajasthan has only one International flight landing at Jaipur from Dubai. However, the connectivity within the state through flights is well established.

By Rail

By Rail

India has a well established rail network running through the country making reaching the remote parts of the various states accessible. Rajasthan is no exception to this well connected network of rail. Most of the cities of Rajasthan are connected by daily services from major states and cities of India like Delhi, Kolkatta, and Mumbai etc. Rail happens to be one of the cheapest means to reach Rajasthan and an individual has sufficient variety of going through economy class, AC chair car, 1st or 2nd class sleeper etc.

By Road

By Road

The state of Rajasthan can boast of a well connected road network considering the connectivity of the state through several state highways and National highways. 1,50,876 km of road network runs across the state of Rajasthan. The National highways link Rajasthan with the state of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Mumbai. Thus, one can easily hit the road to Rajasthan and enjoy the travel in a taxi, private car, bus and even a horse driven carriage.

By RailRajasthan has always been an enigmatic place which the traveler has wished to explore. People from across the Globe are desirous of making a visit to this state known for its rich culture and heritage. Rajasthan is a destination which can be accessed without much difficulty. One can reach Rajasthan through means of Air, Rail and Road. Almost all the cities of Rajasthan are well connected by rail and road and several cities have domestic airports. To make the travel for the visitor more convenient here we have mentioned how he can reach the land of Princes Rajasthan.

By Air

By Air

Rajasthan is easily accessible by air. Jaipur has the International Airport of the State. The other nearest International Airport from Rajasthan is Delhi which is 260 km away from Rajasthan. There are a number of domestic Airports in Rajasthan at Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaisalmer. Rajasthan has only one International flight landing at Jaipur from Dubai. However, the connectivity within the state through flights is well established.

By Rail

By Rail

India has a well established rail network running through the country making reaching the remote parts of the various states accessible. Rajasthan is no exception to this well connected network of rail. Most of the cities of Rajasthan are connected by daily services from major states and cities of India like Delhi, Kolkatta, and Mumbai etc. Rail happens to be one of the cheapest means to reach Rajasthan and an individual has sufficient variety of going through economy class, AC chair car, 1st or 2nd class sleeper etc.

By Road

By Road

The state of Rajasthan can boast of a well connected road network considering the connectivity of the state through several state highways and National highways. 1,50,876 km of road network runs across the state of Rajasthan. The National highways link Rajasthan with the state of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Mumbai. Thus, one can easily hit the road to Rajasthan and enjoy the travel in a taxi, private car, bus and even a horse driven carriage.