How to Reach Vrindavan
International tourists coming to Vrindavan via air can use the Indira Gandhi International Airport located at New Delhi. The journey from the airport to Vrindavan takes around 3 and half hours. You can easily get a taxi or cab or any other road transport from the airport to your destination.
Kheria Airport, Agra is the nearest domestic airport to reach Vrindavan. Regular flights connect Agra to important destinations in India such as Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Vrindavan has no long-distance railway station. So, to reach Vrindavan by train you would need to use the closest major rail head at Mathura. A number of express trains connect Mathura from major cities of India like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Agra. The taxi ride may take half an hour to reach Vrindavan from Mathura.
For Reaching Vrindavan, you can also take the road. There are a small number of direct buses that ply between Delhi and Vrindavan. Vrindavan is also well connected via road to Haridwar, Agra, Jaipur and other key cities of India.