|Noida to Gurgaon Road Distance||50.9 km|
|Noida to Gurgaon Aerial Distance||49 km|
|Noida to Gurgaon Travel Time||1 hour 13 mins|
The Preferred Way of Travelling From Noida to Gurgaon
Since the road distance between Noida and Gurgaon is approximately 55 kms, the most preferred way to travel between the two locations is via road. One could either take a bus or even drive down.
|1. Noida to Gurgaon by Car|
|2. Noida to Gurgaon by Bus|
|3. Noida to Gurgaon by Train|
|4. Popular Routes to Gurgaon|
|5. Popular Routes from Noida|
|6. Places to Visit in Gurgaon|
|7. Hotels in Gurgaon|
Taking up a 2-hour drive or a taxi ride to Gurgaon from Noida is the best option across the 65-kilometre stretch for those who have a slightly bigger budget for the commute. Although Delhi Transport Buses ply between the destinations, travellers would have to change their buses to reach Gurgaon; which may be inconvenient for some travellers.
Therefore, driving private vehicles or renting a cab or a taxi can be a more suitable option to ensure convenience and comfort.
Book Cabs Online
Travellers can book online cabs such as hatchbacks, sedans, premium cars, sports utility vehicles, minivans and tempo travellers through service providers like Rai Cabs, Hire Me Car, OLA Cabs, Bharat Taxi, Clear Car Rental etc. These service providers have provisions for a drop, a return, and they also offer packages that consist of sightseeing and return journey.
Route 1: The Outer Ring Road
The Routes Which Can Be Taken Are
The network of national highways that lead to Gurgaon is four-lane, well-marked highways with toll booths. The Noida – Greater Noida Expressway is a six-lane expressway that has a high traffic capacity. The roads are well-maintained for a smooth drive through. Specific ways might be affected by extreme weather and could slow down the traffic. Also, during peak hours, both the routes witness heavy traffic.
The estimated cost for a cab/ taxi ride (one-way/ drop only) would be somewhere around INR 2800/- for a hatchback or a sedan, around INR 3800/- for a sports utility vehicle and roughly INR 6700/- for a tempo traveller van.
Eating Options on the Way
There are several restaurants between the destinations where travellers can stop by for a quick snack or a delicious meal. Some of these restaurants are Nando’s, TPot, The Flying Saucer Café, Monkey Bar, Spice Aangan, The Wine Company, Chowringhee Multicuisine Restaurant, Cyber Hub Social, Family Dhaba etc.
Kailash Colony Market
Gurgaon is located 65 kilometres from Noida. So, roadways are the best to reach Gurgaon. There are only the local Delhi Transport Corporation buses that ply regularly between the two locations, but none of those buses are direct buses. Travellers have to travel half the distance to Badarpur Border and board another bus heading to Gurgaon. This route is the most affordable mode but may not be very convenient one because of the stopover.
Type of Buses AvailableThe busses that operate between Noida and Badarpur Border and between Badarpur Border and Gurgaon are local transport busses (Delhi Transport Corporation Buses).
Routes TakenThe buses take the route via Badarpur Border heading to Jaitpur More. From Jaitpur More, two to three buses head to Gurugram and stop at the IFFCO Chowk.
Fare and CostThe bus cost for a ride from Noida to Badarpur Border is approximately INR 35/- per ticket and so does another trip from Jaitpur More to Gurgaon. The total cost of the complete journey is around INR 70/- to INR 80/-.
Typical Stop Points
Road ConditionThe route that leads to Gurgaon goes via NH 44, AH 1 and NH 236 which belong to the network of national and Asian highways. The course is a four-lane highway pretty much well-maintained unless it is affected by bad weather or other reasons like accidents or reconstruction.
Gurgaon is accessible from Noida by Delhi Metro Rail from any of the Metro Stations in Noida and Greater Noida. Commuters would have to take another metro heading directly to Gurgaon at Rajiv Chowk. Plans are being made to cut the time required to commute by having an interchange at Hauz Khas Station instead. But for now, commuters need to get down at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station and board another metro heading to the Yellow line at Huda City Centre Metro Station at Gurgaon.
For those looking for train options, there are no direct trains between Noida and Gurgaon, although both cities have railway stations. The only way to get a train to Gurgaon is to board a train from Dadri to Ghaziabad, from where travellers can board one of the many direct trains that head to Gurgaon. With the stopover, this mode of transport might also be the least preferred for some travellers. But, those on a small budget could use this option if they cannot take a bus or a metro.
Delhi Metro Rails and local trains are available from Noida, although none of them goes directly to Gurgaon. Commuters need to take the Blue Line Metro from Noida to Rajiv Chowk and then catch the Yellow Line Metro from Rajiv Chowk to Huda City Centre Metro Station, Gurgaon.
Train Options Available
Train TimingsThe first metro that departs from Noida starts at approximately 05:00 AM IST and the last departs at around 11:15 PM IST. The schedule all through the day is generally spaced with a difference of about 4 to 5 hours between each metro. The number of metros scheduled for the afternoon hours is much less than the ones planned for the mornings and the evenings.
FareA Delhi Metro Rail ride from Noida City Centre Metro Station to Rajiv Chowk Metro Station would cost around INR 20/- per person. Another trip from Rajiv Chowk to Huda City Centre Metro Station, Gurgaon would cost around INR 30/- per person.
|Important Routes||Time Taken||Distance|
|Delhi to Gurgaon||1 hour 9 mins||42.0 km|
|Noida to Gurgaon||1 hour 13 mins||50.9 km|
|Hyderabad to Gurgaon||1 day 0 hours||1,569 km|
|Agra to Gurgaon||3 hours 37 mins||237 km|
|Chandigarh to Gurgaon||4 hours 41 mins||283 km|
|Chennai to Gurgaon||1 day 9 hours||2,193 km|
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