The best time to visit Aurangabad is in Winters and Monsoon. Between Summer (March - June) it is hot and humid and hence visiting is not advised.October to March, the city remains pleasant and green. Monsoon is also a nice time to visit the city of Aurangabad ( July to September). In
To get there:
Aurangabad is well connected by air, rail and road to other parts of country. The city has direct rail links to important Indian cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, etc. From Mumbai, many trains departs from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus / Dadar Railway Station. We luckily got tatkal tickets in Devagiri express, boarded in night and reached Aurangabad at 7 A.M in morning.
We had booked a family suite in MTDC resort, which was on walkable distance from railway station. Although the room was clean, the resort is not well maintained. We booked a car in INR 1000/- for full day which will take us to different points. The other option is to board a MSRTC bus but we wanted more flexibility hence chose the former. After freshening up and breakfast we left the resort for our first destination, Daulatabad fort. With onset of monsoon in Mumbai, we were expecting pleasant weather in Aurangabad too, which was not the case. However, cloudy skies surely saved us from Sun.