A holy site which resounds with the playful tricks of adolescent Krishna, Vrindavan, nestled on the holy banks of Yamuna, echoes with the liveliness and gaiety of Lord Krishna with Gopis. The term Vrindavan is similar to Vrinda, which is akin to Tulsi plant that grows abundantly throughout the length and breadth of the city. Each nook and corner of Vrindavan speaks volumes about Lord Krishna in the act of a cowherd boy who is considered as the most compassionate lord in Hindu mythology.
How to Reach Vrindavan from Delhi
The closest railway station to Vrindavan is at Mathura. It is located around 14 kilometers away from Vrindavan. There is a small passenger train which connects Mathura to Vrindavan.
Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi is the nearest airport to Vrindavan. It is located at a distance of 142 kilometer from Vrindavan. Taxi cabs and bus service are available between Delhi and Vrindavan.
The Yamuna Expressway serves as a link between Delhi and Vrindavan. Taxi cabs or private vehicle is the best option to reach Vrindavan. State transport and private buses connect Vrindavan with neighboring countries such as Mathura, Delhi and Agra.