The Capital city of Uttar Pradesh and frequently portrayed as the ” City of Nawabs”, Lucknow is one of the most unblemished and multicultural traveler goals of India. The city principally thrived during the eighteenth and nineteenth hundreds of years as a masterful and social focus of India under the rule of the Nawabs of Awadh. The city is additionally the second-biggest city of North India and the eleventh biggest city in the nation. The city contains different structural marvels, recorded landmarks, foods and is a social center in itself.
Rumi Darwaza, the Mughal Gateway worked in the focal point of the capital partitions Lucknow into ‘Old Lucknow’ which is antiquated, progressively swarmed and contains the majority of the Muslim populace, and the ‘New Lucknow’ which is urban and one of the most arranged urban communities of Asia. Old Lucknow is home to the famous Mughal landmark known as the Bara Imambara – a compositional wonder all by itself and a praiseworthy encapsulation of Awadhi design and culture. At the terrific landmark is found the renowned Bhool Bhulaiya which is an unpredictably planned maze with around 500 nearly indistinguishable entryways and around a thousand ways associated with various flights of stairs. Close by, Husainabad Clock Tower displays hints of Victorian engineering, while Moti Mahal fills in as a brilliant vantage point for winged animal viewing.
Attractions: Bhul Bhulayyan (Bada Imam Bara), Ghanta Ghar, Shahi Bowli, Residency, Rumi Gate, Picture Gallery, etc…
Nearby Places: Banaras, Bateshwar, Chambal Sanctuary, Etawah Lion Safari, Gokul, Nandgaon, Mathura, Vrindavan, etc…
Best Time to visit: October to March is a decent time to visit.
Peak Season: November to February.
How to Reach
- By Air: Lucknow Airport is situated in Amau, around 15 kilometers from the downtown area. Every day flights to Delhi and from Saturday to Saturday, Saturday, Mumbai, Monday, Wednesday and Friday to Patna and Ranchi, day by day Varanasi.
- By Rail: Lucknow is overhauled by Northern and North-Eastern Railway Network, Charbagh Station, 3 km from the downtown area.
- By Road: Lucknow is on the crossing point of National Highways 24, 25 and 28 running east, west and south. It is all around associated with significant urban areas like Agra (363 km), Allahabad (225 km), Calcutta (985 km), Delhi (497 km), Kanpur (79 km) and Varanasi (305 km).
Popular Restaurants: Sepia – Authentic Lucknowi Cuisine, L-14 All Day Dining, Rocca, Sky Bar, Oudhyana, Kava, Barbeque Nation, Sharma Tea Stall, Dastarkhwan, Grandson of Tunday Kababi, Moti Mahal Restaurant, etc… Read more