bengaluru to new delhi Trains Route Details

Number of Trains from bengaluru to new delhi 4 Trains
Distance from bengaluru to new delhi By Train: 2379 Km
Fastest Train from bengaluru to new delhi : NDLS SBC SPL(02692)
Slowest Train from bengaluru to new delhi : YPR S KRNTI SPL(02630)

Bangalore Cy Jn to H Nizamuddin Train Tickets

As a means of transport, 10 trains are available between the capital of Karnataka, Bengaluru and New Delhi. The trains cover the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi and more, during the course of its journey. The sky will remain clear for a few days. During the day, people of New Delhi experience a temperature of 16°C which can drop to 9°C at night. Delhi is surrounded by the state of Haryana on three sides and to its east lies Uttar Pradesh.

Of all the trains between Bengaluru and New Delhi, Duronto Express is the fastest train covering a distance of 2367 kms in 31 hours and 20 mins. It is advised to book in advance if you are planning to travel by this train, as it is available only on Sat. The train leaves at 23:40 from Yesvantpur Jn and reaches Delhi S Rohilla at 07:00 after 2 days. The slowest of all the trains on this route is YPR Skrantiexp, taking 47 hours and 50 mins to cover 2618 kms. It takes a longer route and covers Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh states.

You may shop local food specialites from Hubli Jn, if you choose Sampark Kranti and YPR Skrantiexp as these trains stop there for 10 mins. Sampark Kranti is the earliest train leaving at 13:45 while Kongu Express is the last train departing at 23:40 for New Delhi.

There is a high likelihood of a train passing through Bhopal Jn, Jhansi Jn and Yesvantpur Jn stations, as these are the most common stations along this route. Duronto Express is the only train that runs between Bengaluru and New Delhi without any halts.Of all the trains, 2 trains run directly between Bangalore Cy Jn and H Nizamuddin - Karnataka EXP and Rajdhani EXP.

When in New Delhi, your itinerary should definitely include visiting Lodhi Gardens, Swaminarayan Akshardham, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.