Popular for being the birthplace of Lord Krishna, the twin cities Mathura and Vrindavan are famous tourist places. If you are willing to take a break and visit a spiritual place Mathura Vrindavan tour from Delhi can be your go-to places.
The first day will start for the Mathura trip, you will be picked up from Delhi in the morning. It will take around 3 hours to reach the destination. The distance between Delhi and Mathura is around 160 kms.Traveling from Delhi to Mathura by Taxi cuts through smaller towns of Uttar Pradesh before you reach the holy city of Mathura.
Once you arrive in Mathura you can check in to your hotel room and have your breakfast. You can also rest, and later you can start your visit to different places such as -:
- Lord Krishna birthplace temple – It is also known as Krishna Janma Bhoomi Temple, which is one of the oldest temples in Mathura. No electronic gadgets such as mobile/camera/wallet is allowed inside. You have to submit everything outside in the locker room . The prison where the lord Krishna was born is heavily protected. The temple is built around the prison. Photography is not allowed inside the temple.
- Iskcon temple – ISKCON Vrindavan is also known as Shri Shri Krishna Balram Mandir. Mathura’s Iskcon temple is one of the major ISKCON temples in the world. It is located in the city of Vrindavan, Mathura district, in Uttar Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu gods Krishna and Balarama and is a very famous tourist destination of Mathura.
- Dwarkadhish temple – Shri Dwarkadheesh Mandir is one of the oldest and largest Hindu temples of Mathura city. This temple was built by Seth Gokul Das Parikh. It is a very famous and beautiful temple in Mathura.
- Marble temple – Marble temple is dedicated to the Hindu God Lord Krishna. The compound of this temple is very luxuriously maintained. You must try to visit this temple in the evening as the light decoration is worth seeing.
- Vishram Ghat – Vishram Ghat is a ghat which includes a bath and a worship place. It is situated on the banks of river Yamuna in Mathura. It is the main ghat of Mathura and is central to 25 other ghats. The traditional parikrama starts and ends at Vishram Ghat. It is believed that Lord Krishna rested at this place after killing Kansa.
Mathura has many more such places. Once you have visited these places you can come back to your hotel room and stay overnight.
On the second day of your trip, in the morning you can have your breakfast and start your Vrindavan trip. The distance between Mathura and Vrindavan is 9 kms which takes around 25 minutes to reach the destination. Once you reach Vrindavan you can start exploring Vrindavan and visit Govind Dev Temple, Rangaji Temple, Banke Bihari Temple, Radhavallabh Temple, Madan Mohan Temple and many more spiritual places. Later you can come back to Mathura where you will stay overnight at the hotel room.
On the day in the morning once you have your breakfast you will checkout of the hotel room and return to Delhi.