Nagoya is well connected by airways and ferries. Since it is on an island one can't reach here by railway or buses from places beyond the island itself.
Direct flights to Nagoya are available from major Indian cities. There is no other way to reach Nagoya other than air from India since the city is on an island.
The Chubu Centrair International Airport is only 30 minutes away from the center of the island. It is well connected by the Meitetsu Airport Line. The myuu-saki (faster trains) run every half an hour along with the slower limited express trains as well.
Car rentals in Nagoya are very common. Toyota offers the most secure and hassle free car rental service. English speaking service is also provided to customers since it is a multi-national company.
Located on the Tokaido Shinkansen route, Nagoya is an important station between Tokyo and Osaka. There are various other trains which ply to and from other cities to Nagoya depending on the subway line and frequency. Check your local train route for the best way to commute while changing minimum number of stops.
Regular buses ply to and fro Nagoya from other cities in Japan. Travellers have the option of landing in Tokyo and reaching Nagoya in 6-9 hours by bus instead of taking the train.
The local train system is the best way to get sound the city. Japan has six subway lines and the most famous of them, the JR Tokaido Shinkansen, connects Tokyo and Nagoya. Nozomi, Hikari and Kodama are high-speed trains and the Japan Rail pass can be made for the Hikari or the Kodama trains. Apart from that highway buses and local trains ply on a regular interval too.