Varanasi Jn to Mumbai Cst Train Tickets
As a means of transport, 8 trains are available between Varanasi and the capital of Maharashtra. The journey would entail passing through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Jammu and Kashmir 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. The sky will remain clear for a few days. During the day, people of Mumbai experience a temperature of 26°C which can drop to 22°C at night.
If there are other options available one should avoid taking Kamayani Expres, as it is the slowest train for this route. It takes 41 stops to reach the destination. BSB LTT SUP EXP is the fastest train that runs along this route covering a distance of 1482 kms in 25 hours and 10 mins. The mentioned train is available on Tue, Fri and Sat. It departs from Varanasi Jn at 20:20 and reaches Lokmanyatilak T at 21:30 on the next day.
There are some trains like Mahanagari EXP and Kamayani Expres that halt at Jabalpur (10 mins) and Bhusawal Jn (10 mins) respectively where you can avail food. RNC LTT Express is the earliest train for this route leaving at 08:00 while the last train is DBG LTT Express that departs at 23:25 from Varanasi.
Out of 8 trains, Mahanagari EXP is the only direct train that runs from Varanasi Jn to Mumbai Cst. It is found that most trains pass through the major stations Bhusaval Jn, Kalyan Jn and Nasik Road.
When in Mumbai, do find time to visit 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.