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Shirdi is a town in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It’s famously known as the “land of Sai”. The major places for sightseeing in Shirdi are Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple, Samadhi Mandir, Chavadi and Wet N Joy Water Park. One of the major resorts in Shirdi is Nirsarga Cottage Resort. Following are the details of how to go to Shirdi.

By Bus: Shirdi is well connected with roads. Shirdi visit by bus is the cheapest way to travel – so if you’re wondering how to reach Shirdi – this is the best way. Going for a Shirdi trip by bus always gives joy and wonderful experience to travellers. The state government, as well as private buses, offer daily services to the Shirdi from various cities of India. Shirdi bus station is situated in the middle of the town.

By Train: Sainagar Shirdi is the new and main railway station in the town. Local as well as express trains run throughout the day. Trains to Shirdi are available from all major railway stations in India. Mumbai Garibrat, Janshatabdi Express and Maharashtra Express are the some popular Shirdi trains. One can check Shirdi train timetable if not sure about train details.

By Flight: Shirdi Airport is being constructed at Kakdi. Now the nearest airport is Aurangabad Airport, which is located 130 kilometres from Shirdi. Direct flights to Shirdi are available from all major airports in India. The aerial journey comparatively takes lesser time to reach the destination. Buses and cabs are available from the airport to reach the destination.

By Cab/Car: Travelling to Shirdi by road is the best choice for those journeying with family and kids. Travelling to Shirdi by car grants more freedom as it allows one to stop along the route as desired. From HolidayIQ, once can easily opt for Shirdi car rentals at an affordable rate. Shirdi travel cabs are available as convenient ways of travel but are comparatively expensive.

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