While you plan to visit the city of Gurgaon you will perhaps be first acquainted with the query as to how to reach Gurgaon. On your tour to India your itinerary in Gurgaon will run well as the transportation access in and around this city is operated very smoothly. In fact, reaching Gurgaon is easy due to the accessibility of a considerable variety of transportation options to make your travel hassle free.
Following are the various alternatives of transportation access in Gurgaon:
By Air: The nearest airport from Gurgaon is Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. The Delhi airport connects Gurgaon with most of the major cities of India and the world.
By Rail: Railway set-up is very well laid in Gurgaon. Gurgaon Railway Station at a distance of about 3 km from main old Gurgaon City is one of the oldest railheads situated on the Delhi - Rewari - Jaipur rail route. Computerized reservation facility is also accessible at Gurgaon Railway Station.
By Road: The road network of the entire state of Gurgaon is very well planned. It is best to board buses at Dhaula Kuan (on the Inner Ring Road). Also, there is a small Gurgaon-bound bus terminal at Karol Bagh close to the 100-foot Hanuman statue, at a five-minute walk west of Jhandewala Metro station or at a short rickshaw ride from Karol Bagh metro station. Also Haryana Roadways, Mewat and Kamal (Private buses) ply between Sarai Kale Khan and Gurgaon Bus Stand regularly. Also DTC buses run regularly between Gurgaon Bus Stand to Badarpur Border via Mehrauli and Khanpur. The National Highway 8 links Delhi to Gurgaon and Jaipur. With the newly laid 8 lane expressway, it takes much lesser time to reach Gurgaon from Delhi.
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