Nashik is a holy city of legends surrounded by the hum of modern industry, where rolling green vineyards sit side by side with ancient temples. A meeting point of the traditional past and the glorious future, Nashik combines the two with aplomb.
Nashik’s Ozar Airport is used by the Indian Air Force, making the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai the closest commercial airport. Approximately three hours away, it is one of the busiest airports in the country, with flights to all parts of the world.
The Nashik Road Railway Station is a major junction on the Central Railway Line and has daily trains to Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad.
Nashik’s Central Bus Stand is a stop for both private and state bus services to Pune, Aurangabad, Shirdi, Mumbai, Trimbak and other cities in Maharashtra.
Nashik is three hours from Mumbai via National Highway 3, the Mumbai-Nashik Expressway.