Things to Visit in Mathura & Vrindavan
Situated in the heart of Mathura, Dwarkadhish Temple is one of the most significant
temples of India. The temple is an architectural marvel along with being religiously
It is one of the most visited tourist destinations in India. The place is called so because
it is considered as the birthplace of Lord Krishna. A temple is built at this place in 20th
The Government Museum of Mathura displays a collection of sculptures belonging to
the ancient Mathura school of art. The museum is popularly called as Mathura Museum
and is one of the leading centers for research, study and the protection of the heritage
left by the Mathura School of Sculpture.
Kusum Sarovar is a 450 feet long tank that belongs to the era of Lord Krishna. It offers
peace and serenity to the visitors. People come here to spend some quality time.
Temples of Vrindavan:
Vrindavan is known for several notable temples, including Gobind Dev Temple, Madan
Mohan Temple, Banke-Bihari Temple, Radha Vallabh Temple and many more.
Best Time to Visit Mathura & Vrindavan
Mathura and Vrindavan are typical North Indian towns, they experience extreme
weather conditions. In summers, you can see the consistent rise in temperature.
Summer starts in month of April and continues till July with high humidity and
temperature level up to 45° C during day. Monsoon has average rainfall up to 600
mm. Winter Season witnesses extreme cold but is the best time to visit Mathura and
Things to Buy in Mathura & Vrindavan
Mathura and Vrindavan are religious towns and both come with moderate shopping
opportunities. Shopping in Mathura and Vrindavan is limited to religious products.
Mathura is known for its delicious Peda and people definitely buy it to take back home.
Many shops are there in Vrindavan and Mathura where you can buy Peda.
How to Reach Mathura & Vrindavan
Mathura & Vrindavan are well-connected with rest of India through different means
of transportation. Explore information about transports before booking Mathura &
Vrindavan holiday packages.
The nearest airport to Mathura and Vrindavan is Kheria Airport at a distance of 60 km
and 71 km respectively. It is connected with cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, and
Khajurao. On arrival at the airport, other transports can be taken.
Mathura is situated on the main line of both Central and Western Railways. A number
expresses and super fast trains run to and from Mathura and connect it from different
important cities. Vrindavan is also having a railway station that connects it with cities
through a number of trains
Mathura & Vrindavan are well-connected to all major cities of Uttar Pradesh and
neighboring states through a network of State and National Highways. UPSRTC and
private buses from adjoining cities are available to reach these cities.