Car Rental from Delhi to Mathura

About Delhi:

Delhi is a glorious city, that has enormous to offer and plenty of places to travel to. It's a home away from home that is as inspiring as endlessly fascinating. Like Rome, Delhi is an eternal city. Not only is it the capital of modern India, it has been the capital of at least seven previous civilizations, and each have left behind a trail of monuments. It's a city, criss crossed by wide, leafy boulevards; tagged as the country's cultural heart and political centre. Plus, Delhi is known as a gastronome's pleasure garden and a shopper's paradise. In other words, there are lots of things to do in Delhi, and many reasons to love the city.


Carzonrent offers an affordable car rental service. We offer a huge fleet of cars/ SUVs to choose from. You may choose one based on your requirement, budget and choice. Our cars are well serviced and offer a smooth drive. We have a team of professional drivers who make sure that you have a comfortable journey and enjoy your trip to the fullest. They are not just experts in driving but also possess a thorough knowledge of the various routes that connect the two cities as well as different directions within the city.

About Mathura:

Believed to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Mathura is steeped in spirituality and history. It is one of the seven most holy cities for Hindus and is therefore visited by several devotees from India and abroad almost all through the year.
This holy city is laced with a number of important Hindu temples. The Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi temple located here iss said to be constructed at the birthplace of Lord Krishna. Keshav Dev Temple, Naam yog Sadhna Mandir, Birla Mandir and Dwarikadheesh Temple are some of the other prominent temples of the city. Another important site of worship is the Vishram Ghat. According to the Hindu scriptures, Lord Krishna rested at this place after he killed the evil king Kansa. Devotees bathe themselves with the waters of Yamuna River at this Ghat. A visit to the Mathura Museum is perfect to admire the ancient sculptures of the city. The nearby city of Vrindavan can be explored by road. During the festivals of Holi, the quaint town of Mathura comes alive with the Raaslila.