Jaipur to Bandra Terminus Train Tickets
9 trains are accessible from Jaipur to get to Mumbai. The route includes travel through the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and more. Mumbai originally had 22 hills out of which only 13 see the light of the day today. Malabar Hills is the highest point amongst all the hills. Other notable hills in the city include Cumbala Hills, Antop hills, Gilbert Hill, Pali Hill and Mazagaon hill. One can expect a clear sky around this time in Mumbai with a varying temperature from 29°C to 22°C.
The slowest of all the trains on this route is Aravali Express, taking 21 hours and 55 mins to cover 1107 kms. It takes a longer route and covers Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh states. JP BCT Duronto is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1159 kms in 16 hours and 30 mins. This train can be boarded from Jaipur at 19:10 which reaches 11:40 on the next day.
Out of all the trains, JP BCT Duronto is the only train that runs between Jaipur and Mumbai without any halts. There is a high likelihood of a train passing through Vadodara Jn, Surat and Kota Jn stations, as these are the most common stations along this route. 4 trains run directly between Jaipur and Bandra Terminus namely, Aravali Express, JP Bdts SF EXP, JP Bdts SUP EXP and DEE Bdts G Rath.
Aravali Express is the earliest train leaving at 08:40 while JP YPR Suvidha is the last train departing at 22:15 for Mumbai. Few trains like Aravali Express and JP Pune SF EXP halt at Ahmedabad Jn (22:05) and Kota Jn (22:05) respectively where food can be bought from the station canteens.
Bandstand Promenade, Worli Sea Face, Nariman Point, Carter Road Promenade and Marine Drive are major attractions worth visiting in Mumbai.If time permits one should also explore Jehangir Art Gallery and Gateway of India.