Mathura by Train

One can easily reach Mathura by train from the different major cities of India. A number of express and super fast trains run to and from Mathura

The religious city is very well connected to the major cities of India making it accessible from the different parts of India. Some of the important cities of Uttar Pradesh and India like Chennai, Mumbai, Lucknow, Jaipur, Gwalior, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad are directly connected to Mathura by train.

Many trains run to and from Agra and it takes nearly one hour to reach the destination. There are direct trains to other destinations like Sawai Madhopur, Baroda, Jaipur, Bharatpur, Kota, Ujjain, Mumbai, Kolkata and Ahmedabad. The Toofan Express goes to Calcutta via Allahabad and it takes 32 hour to reach Calcutta.

The Malwa Express connects Mathura to Ujjain and the travel time is 12 and a 1/2 hr and the Kalinga-Utkal Express is a train that goes to Puri. The Jammu-Ahmedabad Sarvodaya departs from Mathura to Ahmedabad. Several trains to connect the city to Vadodara and Mumbai.

The Jodhpur-Varanasi Marudhar Express is the only train that runs from Jaipur to Mathura. The Mahakosal Express runs between Mathura and Chitrakoot.

Last Updated on : 09/05/2013



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