Karnataka is a large state located in the southern India. It is located in the deccan peninsular area. It is bordered by Goa and Maharashtra in north; Andhra Pradesh and Telengana in east, Tamil Nadu in Southeast and Kerala is southwest. There are a lot of options in terms of transportation for reaching Karnataka.
There are two international airports in Karnataka. Bangalore and Mangalore international airports connect Karnataka with many important international destinations. Other domestic airports in Karnataka are located in Belgaum, Mysore, Toranagallu and Hubli Dharwad. These airports connect many important cities in the country with Karnataka. Top cities include Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and others.
The major railway station is located in Bangalore. Many rails from important cities around the country are connected with Bangalore through this railway station. Top cities include Kolkata, Jammu, Sikkim, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and many others. Apart from this, every other major city in Karnataka has a railway station that is connected with other cities and a few surrounding states. Other top railway in Karnataka is Konkan Railway for coastal region of Karnataka,
Government of India has erected six lane highways to connect Karnataka with neighbouring states. You can either hire cab or private bus for transportation. If you are looking for cheaper option, you can choose government operated bus services. There are constant buses to and from Maharashtra, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and others. NH 7 connects Karnataka with Andhra Pradesh. NH4 connects Maharashtra to Belgaum and NH13 connected Maharashtra with Bijapur. NH7 also connects with Tamil Nadu. NH 17 connects the state with Kerala. There are many other entry points to the state from various other states. Within Karnataka, every nook and corner is connected through road. You can travel from one remote area in Karnataka to another by using one or two bus services or cab.