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From Hazrat Nizamuddin to Rajasthan by train

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19:00
NZM Hazrat Nizamuddin, Delhi
09:23
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
14h 23m
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19:00
NZM Hazrat Nizamuddin, Delhi
09:45
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
14h 45m
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19:00
NZM Hazrat Nizamuddin, Delhi
08:39
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
13h 39m
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From Delhi Sarai Rohilla to Rajasthan by train

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19:40
DEE Delhi Sarai Rohilla
07:50
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
12h 10m
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19:40
DEE Delhi Sarai Rohilla
07:50
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
12h 10m
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19:40
DEE Delhi Sarai Rohilla
07:50
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
12h 10m
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From Delhi Cantt to Rajasthan by train

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20:02
DEC Delhi Cantt
07:50
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
11h 48m
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20:02
DEC Delhi Cantt
07:50
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
11h 48m
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20:02
DEC Delhi Cantt
07:50
UDZ Udaipur, Rajasthan
11h 48m
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How to get from Delhi to Udaipur

Travelling from the Indian capital of Delhi to Udaipur, which sits in the southern part of Rajasthan State, is easy and straightforward. With half a dozen of direct daily flights, at least a dozen of direct air-conditioned buses and a couple of direct trains you have though not excessive but sufficient choice of options.

What is the distance between Delhi and Udaipur?

Udaipur sits southwest of Delhi. Driving distance to Udaipur is almost 700 km if you travel along national highway 48 via Jaipur and Bhilwara. If you switch on to national highway 58 after Jaipur and Ajmer, it is shorter – about 665 km.

Rail distance is about 670 km while flying direct covers 570 km.

How long does it take to reach Udaipur from Delhi?

Flying direct takes only 75 minutes and even connecting flights can be fast enough taking two and a half hours with the shortest layover possible.

Both buses and trains need between 12 and 16 hours to complete their journey.

What is the cheapest way to get to Udaipur?

The cheapest way to get to Udaipur from Delhi is by bus or train. In both cases your options are limited to non air-conditioned classes. Expect to pay in the region of INR800 for a ticket.

What is the most comfortable way to get to Udaipur from Delhi?

We would say that flying or taking an air-conditioned private compartment on a train is the best way to travel this route.

An air ticket and a first class AC berth can cost you more or less the same – INR3,000, though to grab an air ticket for this price you should be really lucky.

Normally expect to pay around INR4,000 for Delhi-Udaipur economy air tickets.

How to get to Udaipur from Delhi by train

There are only two daily direct trains between Delhi and Udaipur. Both are night trains conveniently scheduled to depart between 7 pm and 8 pm and arriving to Udaipur the next morning before 8 am.

Which stations in Delhi do trains to Udaipur depart from?

Mewar Express 12963 scheduled to leave Delhi at 7 pm originates from Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station (NZM), in Southern Delhi.

The second daily direct train Chetak Express 12981 has Delhi Sarai Rohilla (DEE) as its source and also calls to Delhi Cantonment Railway Station (DEC) 15 minutes later its departure at 7.40 pm.

Delhi Sarai Rohilla is the most central of the three – it sits just 4 km west of the historical Old Delhi Railway Station, while Delhi Cantonment lies far west from the centre.

Which train to Udaipur to choose?

Schedule-wise as well as from the point of view of travel time and ticket prices both daily trains are very similar. As they both originate in Delhi, too, there is not much difference which one to choose. Choose the one which leaves from the station located closer to you.

One more train worth considering for the Delhi–Udaipur trip is RAJ HAMSAFAR Express 22986, also from Delhi Sarai Rohilla railway station, which runs once a week on Sunday afternoon and arrives to Udaipur in the course of 13 hours. Note that it has only AC third class berths.

There are also slower trains from Delhi to Udaipur which need about 16 hours to cover the distance – one runs on Tuesday afternoon and the other – after midnight on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. They are not very convenient though – the first arrives at 4 am the second robs you off the whole day.

Which railway station do trains arrive to in Udaipur?

In Udaipur, all the trains arrive to the main railway station, UDZ, some 2.5 km from the city centre.

How long does the train journey take?

Travelling by train takes 12–13 hours if you take one of the two daily trains. There are slower trains running once or trice per week and taking up to 16 hours.

How much do railway tickets cost?

The cheapest non air-conditioned Sleeper Class costs under INR850 though it is not really recommended for a long journey like this one.

Air-conditioned classes cost between INR1,500 (third class) and INR3,000 (first class).

Note that the first class to Udaipur is only available on train 12963. All the other trains offer 2nd and 3rd AC tiered sleepers and Sleeper class with the only exception of 22986 which has only AC 3rd class.

How to get from Delhi to Udaipur by bus

There is a decent choice of buses from Delhi to Udaipur and considering the fact that almost all of them are night buses leaving Delhi between 6 pm and 11 pm and arriving to Udaipur the next morning, they are well worth considering, too.

Are there sleeper buses to Udaipur?

Yes. Almost all of the night buses to Udaipur are sleeper buses with berths though some combine berths with normal seats.

Note that sleeper buses often have very limited head space what actually means you won’t be able to sit on your berth, only lie.

How long is the bus journey to Udaipur?

Travelling by bus never takes less than 12 hours; more likely – 13–14.

How much are Delhi–Udaipur bus tickets?

Prices for non AC bus tickets start from INR800-1000. For example, both Rishabh Travels and Shrinath Travel Agency run such buses to Udaipur.

To travel with more comfort in an air-conditioned coach be ready to part with INR1,600-INR2,500.

Bus tips

There are no on board toilets on buses but they always make at least a couple of stops en route for bathroom needs and snacks.

Not all of the sleeper buses provide blankets so be sure to pack layers as air-conditioning can be excessive (and it is absolutely not recommended to travel by a non AC bus on this route!).

How to fly to Udaipur from Delhi

The Delhi-Udaipur route is served by direct daily flights operated by three low-cost carriers, namely IndiGo, Jet Airways and SpiceJet as well as a full service airline, Air India. And while there is between four and 6 daily flights, the choice is good – both as far as price and schedule is concerned.

How long is flying time to Udaipur?

Direct flights take only 75 minutes.

It is also possible to consider connecting flights via Jaipur. For example, SpiceJet offers a very convenient connection with total travel time of two hours 20 minutes.

How much are air tickets?

The cheapest tickets are sold at about INR2,600 but to get them you need to book early.

Normally, with the exception of holidays period, INR3,500-INR4,500 always secure you a seat in an economy class with any of the carriers, Air India included.

Passenger reviews out of total 109 passengers who traveled with us on this route.

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
Cheap & Good won’t be Fast. (e.g. VIP trains in Thailand)
Fast & Good won’t be Cheap. (e.g. private limousine services, or VIP24 buses vs Express buses)

Make your choice! Please remember that while we are closely monitoring the services, we are still an agency marketplace. That means we focus on ticketing services and route availability & coverage rather than on the factual seat reclining angle you will get on the bus today.

Jan 5, 2019
train #12463 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★☆☆
Although 1st class, very basic. Shared toilets. They were clean . I was a great experience
Jan 3, 2019
train #12060 CC - AC Chair Class, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
Bit confusing but managed with a little help Journey was good, thank you
Dec 8, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★☆☆
Sarai Rohilla station is abysmal (zero signage anywhere), the train was filthy (AC1, goodness knows what other classes are like). It did run generally on time though. We also travelled on the Grand Trunk Express which was a very similar (if not the same) style train, but MUCH cleaner
Nov 11, 2018
train #12963 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★★
It was very comfortale Dinner was expensive, cold and with no flavor at all.
Nov 10, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★☆☆☆
It’s difficult to rate this trip as there is such a romantic view of Indian Railways and some of the ‘problems’ are seen as ‘charm’ before you experience them. Arriving at the station we expected information (as promised) about where our coach & seats would be situated on the (long) train, there was nothing! Don’t expect to find assistance from the railway staff either, they were disinterested. This all resulted in a panicked sprint down the platform dodging other travellers to jump aboard a moving train with suitcase in tow. The lack of information from staff on board was equally lacking (just identifying any staff was a challenge as there’s clearly no uniform requirement. Our 1st Class compartment was basic and dated but comfortable, a trip to the toilets confirmed our worst fears and confirmed all the stories previously heard. Take your own toilet paper/wipes, hand sanitizer & peg for your nose! Despite mention in the official confirmation documents there were NO refreshments of any sort available other than the odd vendor at stations. We had planned for this and pre-arranged the delivery of a take away meal at an intermediate station, my advice is dont rely on the train service, make your own arrangements. The train was on time at departure & arrival and overall an ‘interesting’ way to travel - some simple changes could have made it far easier and more of an enjoyable experience.
Nov 5, 2018
train #12963 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
A great experience! The train left on time and arrived on time. Clean bedclothes, comfortable bunk and lockable compartment, I slept for a few hours and watched the world go by for the rest of the time. The toilet was very smelly but not as bad as I had been led to believe. As a solo female traveller I felt very safe.
Nov 4, 2018
train #12060 CC - AC Chair Class, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
Very clear and simple
Nov 3, 2018
bus AC Sleeper, Rishabh Travels
★★★★☆
Efficient service leaving on time. Good bedspace. No toilet but does stop for rest break.
Nov 2, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
Nice train ride overnight. Finding our coach on a 28 coach train was tricky though.
Nov 1, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★☆☆
Was warned a lot about scams at the station but actually had no problem at all there! Didn’t realise the train only had 2 mins in station so had to jump on moving train as had not found carriage then walk through loads and loads of carriages. The cabin itself is was absolutely fine. The toilets however were vile! Dirty and leaking with urine everywhere! The one thing that would make the train appeal to us westerners would be if these were updated and cleaned.
Oct 29, 2018
train #12904 2A - AC 2-Tier Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
Punctual
Oct 16, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★★
Excellent trip. Be careful at Sarai Rohilla though, the Station master told us the wrong place to stand and we ended up sprinting with our luggage down the platform, throwing it onto the carriage and then leaping onto the moving carriage. Great fun if you’re 30 maybe ?
Oct 9, 2018
train #12963 2A - AC 2-Tier Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
12go is easy and a great way to book tickets
Oct 6, 2018
train #12963 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★★
Great journey, always a bit of a task finding the correct carriage but once in, was fine.
Sep 28, 2018
train #22482 2A - AC 2-Tier Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
Very open (far from private) but comfortable and easy to use
Sep 16, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★★
12go.asia sent lots of reminders about our booked journey which was great. The train departed and arrived at our destination on time!
Sep 5, 2018
train #12963 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
We were only 2 people in a cabin of four and it felt great! I sleep very nicely and we had a face towel, sheets and pillow. Worth the money compared to how it is on 2 AC.
Aug 21, 2018
train #14659 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★☆☆
No information at the station Very difficult and stressful as a foreigner not knowing the system and which carriage and where on the train AC1 would be. Had to get on 4 carriages down and haul our suitcases through carriage after carriage until we reached ours and almost embraced the conductor with joy when he actually knew our names! We enjoyed the trip in the end and were fairly comfortable. The biggest problem is with the toilets. They are gross. Everything broken and filthy Not in any way usable. This is something easily remedied and IRCTC should do so.
Aug 20, 2018
train #22482 SL - Sleeper Class, Indian Railways
★★★☆☆
On time but a lot of noise during sleeping time. Its not really clean.
Aug 12, 2018
train #19032 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★☆
Good service
Aug 6, 2018
train #12963 1A - AC First Class Sleeper, Indian Railways
★★★★★
Trip was excellent. Double compartment with a lock on it. Station and train were easy to find. Remember to enter your PNR number to check where your seats will be 2 hours before you travel.

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