Let’s take you to the trip to Lucknow, the city of Nawabs. This multi-cultural city is widely known for its people’s courteous behaviour and language that is a sweet blend of Hindi and Urdu. It has also been one of the most tourist-attracting cities of North India. This is the reason that Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport at Lucknow is the second-busiest airport after Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
Take out your calendar, pick out your next vacation dates and book your flight tickets from the busiest airport in North India to the second-busiest airport in North India. You can find cheap and affordable flight tickets from Delhi to Lucknow on Yatra portal.
Now let’s have a quick look on the list of tourist attractions that make Lucknow a must-visit place for all.
The bara imambara also known as the Asfi Imambara after the Nawab who built it, attracts Muslims all over India during festivals, most importantly the muharram. Moreover, it attracts tourists for its spectacular maze that is popularly known as Bhool-Bhulaiya. This is said to be the world’s biggest unsupported structure that is built without the use of wood or any metal. Its central hall holds the position of the largest arched hall in the world.
Modelled after Queen’s Street London, the Hazratganj Market is called the heartthrob for the shoppers. You can find the best quality and variety of chikan embroidery at Hazratganj Market. Apart from the chikan embroidery, Hazratganj can provide you with all types of things you can expect in a world class market. Don’t forget to treat yourself with Lucknowi cuisines when you visit Hazratganj Market (or anywhere else in Lucknow).
If you love nature and wildlife, you would love to visit the Nawab Wazid Ali Shah Prani Udyan (Lucknow Zoo) which is a house for 463 mammals, 298 birds and 72 reptiles representing 97 species. If you are on a tight schedule, you can take the toy train ride to have a quick glimpse of the major portions of the zoo.
Chota imambara, also known as Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak, is also one of the favourite monuments for the tourists who come for sightseeing. It is a congregation hall for Shia Muslims and a mausoleum for the Nawab of Awadh and his mother.
Adjacent to the Asafi Imambara stands the mighty and glorious Rumi Darwaza which was once built as the entrance gate for Lucknow. Now it is Lucknow’s icon and is a mark for the entrance of old Lucknow.
India’s tallest clock tower, Hussainabad Clock Tower, resides in Lucknow. Built as a replica of BIGBEN clock tower of London, this tower attracts many tourists whole year long.
Unlike the others in the list, Ambedkar Memorial Park is not a historical structure; it was established and opened in 2008. Despite being new, it attracts tourists with its unbeatable beauty. Apart from tourists, it has also attracted Bollywood film-makers for shooting.
Lucknow develops itself to cater the needs of every coming generation, and the Marine Drive is the perfect example of this city of nawabs and palaces. This impressively built location attracts a younger lot of tourists to Lucknow.
This water park too is attracting fun-loving tourists nowadays. This place also provides family-party facilities. Fun games and activities enjoyed by children and adults alike are the major attraction for Anandi Water Park of Lucknow.You see Lucknow has old as well as modern tourist-attracting locations. This means you can have fun with your whole family. So, get your bags packed and visit the Yatra Portal. Without any hassle get your flight tickets from Delhi to Lucknow booked on Yatra.