1. Banke Bihari Temple
One of the principal temples in Vrindavan and houses the deity of Lord Krishna referred to as Thakurji. The idol is entirely black and in the form of a child standing in a slightly slanted position.
2. Sri Gopeshwar Mahadev Mandir
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and worshipped in the female form of a Gopi ( a cowgirl). Legend has it that Lord Shiva had been transformed into a Gopi at the behest of Brida Devi and accompanied Lord Krishna to view the Rasa Lila dance.
3. Rangaji Temple
One is a magnificent example of temple architecture that unites the North and South India effectively. The temple was constructed over six years, finally being completed in 1851.
4. Radha Ramana Temple
The temple was built in 1542 by Gopala Bhatta Gosvami where the Lord is worshipped as Radha Ramana (Radha’s consort). Strangely, there is no idol of Radha present besides the main deity.
5. Prem Mandir
An enormous structure, this temple is dedicated to love as the name denotes. Conceptualized and created by Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Maharaj in 2001, this temple is an excellent instance of showcasing the love that Gods had for their consorts and indeed all of humankind.
6. Pagal Baba Temple
A must visit temple that is considered to be a magnificent architectural structure today. Gleaming white, the eleven famous temple offers a splendid view from the top of the temple.
7. Gokulananda Temple
This is one of the most ancient shrines of Vrindavan. Located at Kesi Ghat on the Yamuna River, this temple contains a number of deities that had been worshipped by different personages.
8. ISKCON Temple
This highly popular temple was constructed by Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, one of the founder members of ISKCON. Alternatively known as Sri Krishna-Balaram Mandir, the objective of Prabhupada has been to spread awareness about the Vedic religion and teachings found in the Bhagavad Gita.
9. Shahji Temple
Lord Krishna is worshipped here as Chhote Radha Raman and attracts numerous devotees from all parts of India as well as the world. Built-in 1876 by a wealthy merchant is known as Shah Kundan Lal, and the temple showcases a grandeur that pales many magnificent buildings into oblivion.
10. Seva Kunj and Nidhuban
Vrindavan is a city of temples literally, and there is very little else to the apart from visiting the places of worship here. However, some tourists go on a boating spree to capture the essence of the entire city from the heart of River Yamuna.
11. Food -Trip Down The Yummy Lane
Yes! Vrindavan has a temple built into every nook and corner, but you will be amazed to find the narrow streets full of food too. In fact, you might find it hard to shove away the vendors who try to sell you both sweetmeats and savoury items hoping to coax you to try it out on the lane itself. The choice is stupendous with pedas, jalebis, chaats, kachoris, and earthenware filled with the brim with sweet flavoured milk.
12. Shopping- Souvenir Buying Spree
No visit to a place can be complete without shopping for a few things that reflect the character of the area. Vrindavan is no exception either. You are sure to find many winding lanes leading to the rustic markets known as Bazaars.
13. Vrindavan Parikrama
Sprawling along the banks of mighty river Ganga, the ghat is just a mere distance of 5 km from the Varanasi railway station. It is situated just north to the Dashashwamedh Ghat and is a must visit on tourists lists.