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Mumbai to Vadodara Flights

Are you planning to travel from Mumbai to Vadodara soon? Around 10–15 direct and connecting flights operate between Mumbai and Vadodara daily. Direct flights from Mumbai take between 45 min and 1 hr 15 min to reach Vadodara. IndiGo and Air India operate flights between Mumbai and Vadodara. Both Mumbai (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport) and Vadodara (Vadodara Airport) operate domestic and international flights to several domestic and international cities, such as Delhi, Bangalore, Surat, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Amsterdam, Paris, Dubai and London.

Flights from Mumbai to Vadodara


About Vadodara Airport

The official airport of Vadodara is the Vadodara Airport, also known as the Civil Airport Harni (IATA: BDQ) in Gujarat. Vadodara Airport is the third busiest airport in the state. The airport operates both arriving and departing flights to cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai. The Vadodara Railway Station is located around 8 km from the airport. Furthermore, there are two terminals in the airport for domestic and international flights. Passengers can expect several facilities at the airport, including free Wi-Fi, childcare rooms, free trolleys, prepaid transport rental services (car/taxi), ATMs and wheelchairs.

About Vadodara

Vadodara, the third-largest city in Maharashtra, is situated by the river Vishwamitri. In the olden days, Vadodara was a small village that thrived amidst banyan trees. The place thus draws its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Vatodara’, which translates to ‘in the heart of the Vata (banyan tree)’. According to archaeological evidence, the roots of civilisation at Vadodara have been traced back to the 5th and 6th centuries AD. Over the ensuing years, the city came under the governance of many dynasties such as the Guptas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Solanki Rajputs, Delhi Sultanate, Mughals and Marathas.

The most commonly spoken language in Vadodara is Gujarati. Navratri celebrations are a visual treat when the local community comes together to celebrate the festival for nine days. Khandvi, Theplas, Dhokla, Makai Chivda and Sev-khamani are a few delicacies of Vadodara. Sur Sagar Lake, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Sardar Patel Planetarium, Kirti Mandir and Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery are some popular tourist attractions in Vadodara.

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Laxmi Vilas Palace

Laxmi Vilas Palace is one of the most magnificent palaces of Vadodara in the state of Gujarat. The royal family of Vadodara still resides here. It is one of the largest private residences of any royal family in India. Four times the size of Buckingham Palace, Laxmi Vilas Palace is spread over 500 acres. It was built in 1890 by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III, with the architect Major Charles Mant supervising the construction. The palace has magnificent rooms and walls adorned with Raja Ravi Verma’s paintings. If you’re someone who enjoys historical monuments and loves exploring India’s ancient and rich heritage, Laxmi Vilas Palace is a place you should surely visit.

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Maharaja Sayajirao University

Formerly Baroda College, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda is a public university in Vadodara, Gujarat. It began as a college in 1881 and became a university in 1949, following independence. The university offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate programmes. It has 89 departments scattered across six campuses encompassing a total of 275 acres. Baroda College (the original institution) was founded by Baroda State in 1881. Robert Fellowes Chisholm designed the main structure, which houses the Faculty of Arts, in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style, combining Indian and Byzantine arches. The convocation hall’s main dome was inspired by Bijapur’s Gol Gumbaz. This faculty is dedicated to the training of teachers with a strong understanding of child psychology. They are capable of comprehending children’s needs as well as individual differences among children.

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The Sursagar Lake

Sursagar Lake is a beautiful and peaceful area at the heart of the city of Vadodara. The lake looks lovely at night. Visitors use a concrete wall that goes around the lake as an observation point. Sursagar Lake was previously known as Chandan Talav and was renovated in the 18th century with masonry and stone banks. In 2002, a 120-foot tall statue of Lord Shiva, named Sarveshwar Mahadev, was built near this man-made lake. On the occasion of celebrations such as Shivratri, it is lit up. The lake is also used to immerse idols after religious celebrations. There are boating facilities here, and you can always take a leisurely stroll. Throughout the year, this lake is full of water. In the event that the lake overflows, there are numerous gates in place to regulate the water.

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Vadodara Museum And Picture Gallery

The Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum of London were the inspirations for the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery in Vadodara, which opened in 1894. The museum was founded in 1887 by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of the Gaekwad dynasty. The museum building was finished and opened to the public in 1894. The art gallery’s construction began in 1908 and was completed in 1914, but it did not open until 1921 owing to the First World War delaying the transfer of pieces intended for the gallery from Europe. Original paintings by great British painters J. M. W. Turner and John Constable, among others, can be found in the gallery. An Egyptian mummy and the bones of a newborn blue whale are two of the museum’s most popular exhibits.


About Mumbai Airport

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai, is located in Andheri, around 6 km north of the city centre. It is the second-busiest airport in India, welcoming both national and international flights. There are two terminals here, one for domestic, and the other for both domestic and international flights. The airport offers an array of services for passengers’ comfort, such as foreign currency exchange service, free Wi-Fi, childcare rooms, a lost and found service, lounges, wheelchair services, a medical centre and a prayer room.

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About Mumbai

Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra and the most populous city in India. This cultural and commercial hub is home to a multicultural population and offers a diverse lifestyle. Marathi is the official language of the city; moreover, Hindi, English, Gujarati and other languages are also widely spoken by the people of Mumbai. The city of Mumbai is located on Bombay Island, a landmass comprising seven islets lying off the Konkan coast of western India. Mumbai has a hot and humid climate, and like any other Indian city, it has four seasons: monsoon, post-monsoon, winter and summer. November to March is the best time to visit Mumbai, with temperatures ranging between 18°C and 30°C. The city of Mumbai has several art galleries, museums, theatres, libraries and shopping markets. Mumbai has several tourist attractions, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Elephanta Caves and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. Tourists from other states and international locations visit Mumbai for its architectural wonders, vibrant city life and delicious street food, such as pav bhaji and dabeli.

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Elephanta Caves

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world-famous Elephanta Caves located in Mumbai is a unique rock-cut art dating back to the mediaeval era. The caves are located on the Gharapuri island or the Elephanta island, located 11 km from the centre of Mumbai city. Unfortunately, the condition of the sculptures in these caves has deteriorated over the centuries, despite valiant efforts put in by the Archaeological Survey of India. Nonetheless, it still bears rich testimony to the mediaeval history of India, and draws large crowds from across the country and abroad. Most of these caves are solely dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Shiva and hence, also have significant religious importance for the locals. These caves are mainly divided into two groups: the first group of five Hindu caves representing Shiva, and the second group of two Buddhist caves. Apart from being a popular heritage site, the place is also a popular trekking site! This is a must-visit destination for all who visit Mumbai and is best visited during the winters when the weather is generally pleasant and visibility is good.

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Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is one of the most historical landmarks situated in the city of dreams, Mumbai, India. The groundbreaking ceremony of the Gateway of India was on March 31, 1913, and was carried out by the then governor of Bombay. In 1914 the design submitted by George Wittet was finally sanctioned and work commenced. The structure was completed 10 years later in 1924. This arch monument was used as a ceremonial entrance to India for the new governors and viceroys. Also, for those travelling to India by sea, this place marked the entry point to the country. Apart from this, the Gateway of India is also termed the Taj Mahal of Mumbai as it often tops the list of most-visited places in the state, by foreign tourists and domestic visitors alike. The Gateway of India, its beauty, rich history, and low entry fee make it a preferred visiting spot for people exploring the country and those wanting to spend some quality time with all the family, just the same.

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Mahalaxmi Temple

Mahalaxmi Temple located on the busy Bhulabhai Desai Road at Mahalaxmi in Mumbai is one of the most visited temples in the state of Maharashtra. Long serpentine queues extending for many a kilometre are a common sight here, especially during the festive season. Built in 1831, the temple is also touted to be one of the oldest and most visited temples in India. The intricate architectural works adorning the walls of the temple include mesmerising images of the Tridevi goddesses Mahalakshmi, Mahakali, and Mahasaraswati, all in great detail with gold bangles, nose rings, and pearl necklaces. The central courtyard of the temple houses a massive idol of the goddess Mahalakshmi. During Hindu festivals like Navratri, the temple is beautifully decorated with flowers and is quite a sight to behold. It is also a very sensitive high-security area, so you are likely to be frisked when paying a visit to the temple.

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Marine Drive

The most popular Marine Drive is a 3 km long concrete road in Mumbai, India. It is officially known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, located in the southern part of the city. This mesmerising road is famously known for its C shape extending from Babulnath to Nariman Point. It is also known as Sonapur by locals and features sparkling streetlights and a vast coastline that appears like a line of pearls, creating a spectacularly beautiful image, often called Queen’s Necklace. Every day hundreds of visitors and locals visit Marine Drive to take a break from the busy day and for a stroll. The place is teeming with people early in the mornings and at sunset, and is buzzing with activity even at 3 am! Alongside Marine Drive, there are several shopping places, food stalls, and other places to explore while enjoying the beautiful view. It is also close to some of the finest hotels and restaurants in the city. While the cool breeze late in the evenings makes it a relatively pleasant experience for anyone visiting the place through the year, winter and early monsoon may be the best time to visit Marine Drive.

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Mount Mary Church Bandra

Located in Bandra, also known as the queen of suburbs, the Mount Mary Church is arguably the most beautiful church in Mumbai. If the view of the church seems imposing, wait till you get to the top. From the observation deck of the church, one can get an unobstructed view of the mighty Arabian Sea, with the gorgeous Mumbai skyline in the backdrop.

Virtual Guide from Mumbai to Vadodara

Frequently Asked Questions

The earliest flight from Mumbai to Vadodara is currently Air India AI-864, departing at 7:00 am.

Around 20 flights operate between Mumbai and Vadodara daily.

Air India operates the most flights from Vadodara to Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru.

Downloading the Aarogya Setu mobile app is not compulsory; however, doing so helps show your health status to airport staff whenever necessary.

As per government rules, web check-in can be done 48 hr to 60 min before domestic flight departures and 24 hr to 75 before international flight departures.

Most airlines allow passengers to carry food that has been properly packed in spill-proof containers. However, kindly refer to the guidelines provided on your airline’s official website.

The information about flight bookings is available in the flight status data section on the official site. You must add the passenger name and flight number to check the status.

No, it is not necessary. However, we advise paying a small amount of insurance fee for safety purposes.

Hotel Stellar, Hotel Shiv Kunj, Hotel Dash, Hotel Shiv Inn and Hotel Suba Elite are some of the nearest hotels to the Vadodara Airport.

Flights are running as usual. However, COVID-19 rules and protocols are applied while travelling.

To make changes to your booked flight booking, head to the official website, enter your PNR number and make your preferred change.

There are several duty-free shops at the Mumbai Airport. Please note you cannot return or exchange products once you purchase from a duty-free shop.
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Airport Information

Vadodara Civil Aerodrome, Harni Rd, Vadodara, Gujarat 390022

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Santacruz East, Mumbai - 400099, India