The kormas, kaliya, nahari-kulchas, zarda, sheermal, roomali rotis, and warqi parathas among Lucknow’s most well-known foods. Not only are the ingredients remarkable, but also the manner they are prepared and presented by skilled hands.
The state of Uttar Pradesh’s capital is located in the sizable city of Lucknow in northern India. Rumi Darwaza, a Mughal gateway, is located towards the centre of it. The Bara Imambara shrine nearby has a huge arched hall. Bhool Bhulaiya, which is located upstairs, is a labyrinth of congested tunnels with balconies that overlook the city. The impressive Husainabad Clock Tower was constructed nearby in 1881 as a victory column.


2.Bara Imambara
4.Dewa Sharif
6.Dudhwa National Park
7.La Martiniere College
8.Hussainabad Imambara Or
Chhota Imambara
9.Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary
10.Shahnajaf Imambara
11.State Museum/Zoo
12.Indira Gandhi Planetarium

How To Get There?

By Air

The Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport in Amausi, also known as Lucknow Airport, is located approximately 15 kilometres from the city’s centre and connects it to all the main Indian cities.

By Road

All of the state’s cities are well connected to Lucknow by road, and getting there is simple thanks to the numerous state buses and private buses that travel from other cities to this one.

By Rail

The primary rail hub is Lucknow Railway Station at Charbagh. It uses a good number of mail and fast trains to connect Lucknow with the rest of India. Moreover, passenger trains run to and from Lucknow from adjacent cities.