From Delhi, travel down to Mathura that is located at a distance of about 160 km. Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Shri Krishna and therefore this place is held in very high regard by the Hindus. Every year during Janmasthami, the festival celebrated to mark the occasion of birth of lord Krishna, thousands of devotees flock to this quaint town. The prime attractions in this city are the Krishnajanmabhoomi, the Dwarkadheesh temple, and the Kans Qila.Replete with hundreds of temples dedicated to the Lord, Mathura is just about 20 km from Vrindavan, another holy city for the Hindus. From Mathura, you will head towards Vrindavan, the place where Lord Krishna spent his childhood. Vrindavan is also one of the most popular destinations for guests on pilgrimage and spiritual tours in India. Temples of Krishna and Radha dot the city across all its corners. The topmost attractions in Vrindavan are the Madan Mohan temple, the Banke Bihari temple, the Radha Damodar temple, and the Govindaji temple.Post your visit through Mathura and Vrindavan you will continue your travel till you reach Agra, located at a distance of about 70 km from here. On arriving in the city you will head straight to the hotel that has been pre-arranged for you and retire for the day.