The Hazratganj Market, a century-old shopping area located in the heart of Lucknow, is where you can find the city’s vibrant soul.
The imposing historical structure of Chota Imambara was built in 1838 by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh.
A visit to the Indira Gandhi Planetarium must be on your list of things to do in Lucknow.
Your little ones can also have a great time at the children’s park.
Located adjacent to the Rumi Darwaza, Husainabad Clock Tower is another heritage monument dotting the cityscape of Lucknow.
Known among the top picnic and recreation spots in the city, the park stretches over 2 km across the banks of the Gomti River.
Since the gate is modeled after the Sublime Porte in Istanbul, it is sometimes referred to as the Turkish Gate.
An urban park located in Gomti Nagar, Janeshwar Mishra Park is dedicated to the late politician Janeshwar Mishra.
The structure boasts of two large gateways that will lead you to the central hall, which is touted to be the largest vaulted chamber in the world.