There are two ways to get to the city centre of Mumbai after you land at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Mumbai Airport (BOM), as it is most commonly known, is located 22km north of downtown Mumbai. From there, you can travel to the city centre by taxi for a direct trip, or train for a cheap but non-direct trip. There are different taxi companies in operation at the airport of Mumbai. A single taxi ride for max. 4 people will cost you around 9€ (700INR), if you're heading anywhere close to Fort or Colaba districts of Mumbai. The trip will take around 60 minutes, but due to extreme traffic conditions in Mumbai, this can change to even 2 hours or more. If you want to travel like a local, you can try getting to the city centre by train. To take the train for Mumbai Airport, you can use a taxi, rickshaw, or bus to transfer to either Vile Parle Station (2.1km from T1 and 4.6km from T2) or Anhderi Station (3.6km from T1 and 6.1km from T2). A transfer from the airport to the stations will take around 20 minutes. Trains run regularly in Mumbai, so there is a service roughly every 10 minutes. This is also the cheapest travel option as you will pay less than 1€ (80INR) for a single journey to the city centre of Mumbai. Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Mumbai at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.