Live the life of the Nawabs at Lucknow.

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3 Days

October- February

Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport
26℃ to 32℃

Lucknow Tourism

Lucknow is the capital city of the state of Uttar Pradesh and is the largest city of the state. The city has a population of 2,817,105 and is the eleventh most populous city of India and is a hub of culture, art, history, music, dance and education. Some of the famous monuments of the city are Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara, Dilkusha Kothi, La Martiniere College and several market places like Hazratganj, chowk and other places. The city reflects the culture of the Nawabs and the Awadhis and preserves the essence of the Mughal culture even after urbanization.  

Lucknow is known for its famous Chikankaari, famous dance form Kathak, intricate embroidery, beautiful gardens and tehzeeb. The city has a rich culture and architectural wonders that have historical significance; it played a very important role in the 1857 War of Independence. The city




5 kilometres from city centre

The Chowk is one of the oldest market place in Lucknow as well as the entire North India. It is a huge market place in the heart of the city that h...

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Dilkusha Kothi

2.Dilkusha Kothi

2 kilometres from city centre

Dilkusha Kothi was built in the 18th century by Major Gore Ouseley. The monument now has few towers and external walls as remains. The monument was...

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Husainabad Clock Tower

3.Husainabad Clock Tower

5 kilometres from city centre

The clock tower was built in 1881 dedicated to Sir George Couper, 1st lieutenant Governor of United Province of Awadh, by the Hussainabad Trust. Th...

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Bara Imambara

4.Bara Imambara

4 kilometres from city centre

Bara Imambara is also known as the Asafi Imambara or the Large Imambara. It was built in the year 1784 by Asaf-ud-Daula, the Nawab of Awadh and is ...

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Rumi Darwaza

5.Rumi Darwaza

4 kilometres from city centre

Rumi Darwaza, also known as Turkish Gate, is also another tourist destination in Lucknow. It was built in 1784, during the rule of Nawab Asaf-Ud-Da...

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Constantia (La Martiniere School)

6.Constantia (La Martiniere School)

2 kilometres from city centre

Constantia (La Martiniere School) is an educational institution in Lucknow. There are two schools on different campuses, one for girls and one for ...

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Hazratganj Market

7.Hazratganj Market

0 kilometres from city centre

Hazratganj is another market place in the city of Lucknow. However, in this area there are not only bazaars, but there are also shopping complexes,...

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Lucknow Zoo

8.Lucknow Zoo

1 kilometres from city centre

Lucknow Zoo, also known as the Nawab Wazid Ali Shah Prani Udyan, was established in the year 1921. It is a huge zoo located at the heart of the cit...

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Chota Imambara

9.Chota Imambara

5 kilometres from city centre

Chota Imambara is also known as Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak and was built in the year 1838 by the Muhammad Ali Shah, the Nawab of Awadh, as a cong...

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British Residency

10.British Residency

2 kilometres from city centre

British Residency, also known as The Residency or the Residency Complex, is a historical landmark in the city of Lucknow. It was built when Nawab S...

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Dr. Ambedkar Park

11.Dr. Ambedkar Park

3 kilometres from city centre

Dr. Ambedkar Park is also known as Ambedkar Memorial Park or formally it is also known as Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Samajik Parivartan Prateek Sthal. Th...

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Farangi Mahal

12.Farangi Mahal

4 kilometres from city centre

The owners of the palace were from Europe and this it is known as Firangi Mahal, ‘firangi’ refers to Europeans and ‘mahal’ refers to palace. It was...

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Lucknow is a place for the foodies as people can find mouth-watering dishes in almost every corner of the streets. The Lucknowi cuisine involves a lot of kebabs and meat dishes. The place is famous for Lucknowi Biriyani and Zafrani Pulao, both of which are flavoured rice.  Another famous dish of the city is Nihari, which is the first meal of the day during the month of Ramadan. Rogan Josh, meat made in spicy curry, is a mix of Nawabi and Awadhi. Lucknowi Paan or betel leaves are also popular in the city. Malai Gilori is a sweet dish in the shape of Paan.

How to reach

The city Lucknow has an airport of its own and is alsowel connected by roads with other major cities of the country. It has two main railway stations, which helps it to be connected with other cities of the state and the country.

How to Reach by Flight

Lucknow’s airport is known as Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. It is an International airport and is operated by the Airports Authority of India. It is located at a distance of around 12km from the centre of the city. There are taxis, cabs and buses available to travel around the city.

How to Reach by Train

There are two main railway stations in the city of Lucknow. One of them is Lucknow Junction Railway Station, owned by Indian Railways, is located at Charbagh. It is a station for both express trains and passenger trains. The other station is Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station, located at Charbagh.

How to Reach by Bus

Lucknow can be reached by buses from several neighbouring cities. There are several state-run buses as well as the luxury buses owned by private agencies.

How to Reach by Road

The city is also well connected to other cities by road. It is located at a distance of around 90km from Kanpur, around 550km from Delhi, around 366km from Agra and around 320km from Varanasi. Major highways that pass through Lucknow are NH25, NH28 and NH56.  

How to travel within

Lucknow is a very important city in the state of Uttar Pradesh and has metro services, though it does not help to reach the tourist attractions. There are several car rental companies, thus people can hire cars to roam around the city. Buses, taxis and rickshaws are also available within the city.


Lucknow Mahotsav, also knownas Lucknow festival, is a celebration for 10 days. It is organised every year in the month of January or February and involves a lot of art, craft, cuisines etc. Vrindavan Sharadotsav is also celebrated in Lucknow in the month of October. Ramadan is celebrated in the ninth month, according to the Islamic calendar, and it generally falls in the month of May or June. During this time, there are special prayers at the mosque and Muslims fast from dawn to sunset and ne f the most popular cuisine at that time of the year is Nihari. Other festivals like Diwali, Holi, Dussehra and other festivals are also celebrated in the city with equal enthusiasm and zeal.

Lucknow Itinerary

Day 1- After reaching the airport, proceed towards the hotel. After breakfast leave for Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara, and British Residency and then spend some time shopping at the chowk.

Day 2- After breakfast leave for Dilkusha Kothi, Constantia, Firangi Mahal, Husainabad Clock Tower. Go for shopping, if required, or rest in the hotel.

Day 3- After breakfast proceed towards Dr. Ambedkar Park and then visit Hazratganj Market for shopping.

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