Being a famous pilgrimage spot, Vrindavan is well connected to the different destinations in India through Mathura (10 km away). Most people travelling to Vrindavan, travel to Mathura by rail or road and cover the rest of the way to Vrindavan through buses and autos.
Vrindavan does not have an airport of its own. The nearest airport to Vrindavan is the Kheria Airport in Agra located around 55 km away. The Agra Airport is connected to major cities in India like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Varanasi through limited flights.
The nearest international airport to Vrindavan is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, located about 130 km away.
For travelling from the airport to Vrindavan, pre-paid taxis are the best option. If looking for alternative mode, one can find a bus from Agra town to Vrindavan.
Nearest Airport: Agra Airport (AGR)
- 54 kms from Vrindavan
Tentative return flight prices to Agra Airport (AGR) from major cities in India.
Located on NH 2, Vrindavan is easily accessible by road, especially from the major cities in Uttar Pradesh. Since most of the roads are well-planned, the road journey to Vrindavan is doable. This is a comfortable though costlier means of transport for travelling to Vrindavan.
The railway station serving Vrindavan is the Mathura Railway Station. Falling on the Northern and South-Western Railway Line, it is connected to all parts of the country through regular trains.
One can easily find autos and taxis from Mathura Railway Station to Vrindavan.
Having no direct bus routes, Vrindavan is connected to different parts of the state and the country through Mathura Bus Stand, located around 12 km away. Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporations (UPSRTC) run regular buses to Mathura from most major cities in the state. Most of the buses travelling to and/or from Mathura arrive in the wee hours of the morning or night.
There are 2 direct buses operating from Vrindavan daily at 9:30 AM and 3:00 PM. The buses operate from Sarai Kalai Khan Interstate Bus Terminal while most of the buses drop passengers at Chatikara Rd which is the main entrance road to Vrindavan city.
Since Vrindavan is not a very big city, it is very convenient to explore all the temples through and e-rickshaw or auto. A lot of the temples located closed to each other can also be conveniently explored on foot.