The journey by train from Agra to Thiruvananthapuram is scheduled to take between 47 hours 30 minutes and 51 hours 20 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 2,824 km.
Train Times from Agra to Thiruvananthapuram
There are 3 train services from Agra to Thiruvananthapuram, all departing from Agra Cantt Railway Station (MDU) and arriving into Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station (TVC).
|Train||Agra (AGC)||Thiruvananthapuram (TVC)||Operating Days|
|12644||07:35||07:05 + 1 day||F|
|16318||17:00||20:20 + 1 day||Tu|
|12626||22:25||21:55 + 1 day||M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su|
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Location of Agra Cantt Railway Station
Agra Cantt Railway Station is 5.7 km by road from the Taj Mahal.
Location of Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station
Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station is 8.7 km by road from Shangumugham Beach.
About Travel to Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram, formerly known as Trivandrum, is the state capital of Kerala and the state’s main transport hub. Thiruvananthapuram is a thriving city which has been existence since at least 1,000 BC. Literature from the first millennium in Europe mentions the city as being a major trading port. Thiruvananthapuram’s prosperity has continued through to modern times. The city is one of the major centres of India’s IT industry. The city has also been a major tourist hot spot since the local Maharajah built a palace on Kovalam Beach, which is 14 km by road from Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station.
Before leaving Thiruvananthapuram to explore the many beaches and backwaters of Kerala, we suggest that you spend at least a day in the city centre itself to explore its historical buildings. Foremost amongst these is the massive Sree Anantha Padmanabha Temple. This sizeable Hindu temple has lots of points of interest, including a museum, a European era fortification and a royal palace. The Sree Anantha Padmanabha Temple also reputedly holds precious stones and gold valued at in excess of $20 billion USD and the temple is heavily guarded as a consequence. Also of interest in Thiruvananthapuram city centre are the Padmanabhapuram Palace, which is believed to be the world’s largest wooden building, and the Kanaka Kunnu Palace which is the city’s most important cultural centre.