H Nizamuddin to Bandra Terminus Train Tickets
42 trains ply across New Delhi and Mumbai, connecting the capital of India to Mumbai. The trains cover the states of Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and more, during the course of its journey. A clear sky can be expected in Mumbai, where people experience a temperature of 26°C during the day which can drop to 22°C at night. Along with Mumbai being known as the financial capital of India, it is also the country’s commercial and entertainment capital.
Of all the trains between New Delhi and Mumbai, NZM Bdts RAJ SPL is the fastest train covering a distance of 1366 kms in 13 hours and 55 mins. ASR Cstm EXP is the slowest train for this route reaching the destination in 31 hours and 20 mins.
BCT Duronto and HW LTT AC SF run between New Delhi and Mumbai without any halts. Most trains pass through the major stations of Vadodara Jn, Kota Jn and Surat. 5 trains run directly between H Nizamuddin and Bandra Terminus namely, Bdts Garib Rath, NZM Bdts Yuva, Mhrst Smprk K EX, HW Bdts SF EXP and Dehradun EXP.
One can opt for the earliest train, HW LTT AC SF that leaves at 00:10 or catch BCT Duronto, the last train departing at 23:25 for Mumbai. There are some trains like Punjab Mail and GOA Smprk K EXP that halt at Jhansi Jn and Kota Jn respectively where you can grab a quick meal.
When in Mumbai, your itinerary should definitely include visiting Bandstand Promenade, Worli Sea Face, Nariman Point, Carter Road Promenade and Marine Drive.Besides these attractions, one can add Jehangir Art Gallery and Gateway of India to their checklist.