By train it takes between 6 hours 30 minutes and 10 hours 45 minutes to complete the journey of around 360 km from Aurangabad to Mumbai depending upon which train you take. The train services listed below all depart from Aurangabad Railway Station and arrive in Mumbai at either Lokmanya Tilak Terminus or Dadar Western Railway Station or Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.
Train Times to Mumbai
There are 7 train services from Aurangabad to Mumbai, all departing from the same train station but arriving in Mumbai at three different train stations.
- 3 of these train services are from Aurangabad Railway Station (AWB) to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT).
|Train||Aurangabad (AWB)||Mumbai (LTT)||Operating Days|
- 1 of these train services are from Aurangabad Railway Station (AWB) to Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station (DR).
|Train||Aurangabad (AWB)||Mumbai (DR)||Operating Days|
- 3 of these train services are from Aurangabad Railway Station (AWB) to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT).
|Train||Aurangabad (AWB)||Mumbai (CSMT)||Operating Days|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Aurangabad to Mumbai is the Jalna – Dadar Jan Shatabdi Express (Train #12072) departing at 06:00 every day of the week.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Aurangabad to Mumbai is the Tadoba Express (Train #11084) departing at 12:30 on Sundays.
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Location of Aurangabad Railway Station
Aurangabad Railway Station is 5.5 km by road from the Bibi Ka Maqbara.
Location of Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Terminus
Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Terminus is 21.2 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.
Location of Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station
Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station is 11.3 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.
Location of Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Railway Station is 2.5 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.
Juhu Beach in Mumbai
18 km to the north of Central Mumbai on the west coast of India, Juhu Beach is the most popular beach in the city and probably the most visited of all the many beaches in India. Juhu Beach is in the Juhu Suburb of Mumbai, which is well known as being an affluent area where Mumbai’s rich and famous residents have homes. The area first became popular in the 1890s when industrialist and Indian aviation pioneer Jamsetji Tata built a holiday home there on the beach front. Mahatma Gandhi was photographed walking on the beach many times during the struggle for independence, and Bhaktivedanta Swami, founder of the Hare Krishna movement, chose to build his ISKCON Temple in Juhu.
Juhu Beach is 3.2 km long and has food stalls running most of the length of the beach which are famous for selling Indian snacks such as Pani Puri, Bhel Puri and Pav Bhaji at affordable prices, in contrast to the upmarket and expensive restaurants within Juhu itself. Juhu Beach is not so much the kind of beach where you would go to swim or sunbathe, and indeed a woman or girl revealing their bodies in a swimming suit or bikini would offend local customs. Juhu beach is somewhere to go for a walk, play sport, attend a yoga class, watch the sunset and the street performers, eat food and see the various statues of notable local people such as independence activist Lokmanya Tilak.