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Rajkot is a city in the state of Gujarat in Western India.

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1 Get in 1.1 By plane 1.2 By rail 1.3 By bus Map of Rajkot Being one of the major cities of Gujarat, Rajkot is well connected to other cities by air and land transport. For tourists, it's usual to either board a flight from Mumbai (for international arrivals) to Rajkot. For others who are already in India, it's advisable to reach Ahmadabad (either by train or by flight), and then take a quick bus ride to Rajkot. By plane Rajkot has a 22.308870.78231 Domestic Airport (RAJ IATA) which has several flights to Mumbai everyday (but no flights to Ahmadabad, due to its relative proximity), which in turn is well connected with the rest of the world. By rail 22.31182970.8027292 Rajkot Junction is the main railway station. There are several direct trains from all parts of India to Rajkot. Some of them include longer routes trains from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Jammu, Kochi, Secunderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Bhopal etc. In common with the rest of India is advisable to book train tickets as early as possible because they are generally not available (ie, in waiting) after the booking slot opens. Booking tickets 2-3 months prior to the journey is recommended. For those who take long distance trains, it is even more advisable. By bus Rajkot is quite well connected to the entire region of Saurashtra and rest of Gujarat by buses. 22.29112670.8021383 GSRTC Bus Station.  is located in Karanpara area, just south of the Town Hall. If you will be flying out of Ahmde bad, there are some buses that leave from Rajkot and drop you to the Ahmdebad airport. They drop you just outside the airport, so be ready to walk about 10 minutes to get to the entrance, but its paved and many people are walking that way.

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