Around 2,500,000 people call Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh home.
Lucknow is located 280 miles (451 kilometers) west of Kathmandu Valley and 260 miles (418 kilometers) southeast of New Delhi, the national capital.
Lovers of culture and history will adore the State Museums, one of the more rewarding museums in Lucknow. Take a self-guided tour, browse the various exhibits, then ask around to discover some of the more niche museums in the vicinity.
Lucknow features an attractive local botanical garden where you can reconnect with nature amongst a large and diverse collection of flora. Like other botanical gardens on the planet this garden is significant in preserving plant diversity.
If you have an interest in local zoos, fit a trip to Lucknow Zoo into your list of places to visit and enjoy an interesting collection of animals. Ask at the entrance about one-off events and get informed about some of the zoo’s favorite species.
No visit to Lucknow would feel complete without a visit to Residency. This is one of the more popular attractions in the area. Take the family to see it and mingle with the locals before seeing more attractions in the area.
After you’ve explored all the major attractions on the Lucknow tourist map, why not visit some of these hidden gems. The Bara Imambara, The Bara Imambara, the Shah Najaf Imambara and the Rumi Darwaza are all ideal places to cap off your adventures in this fascinating region.