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Once a seat of power of the Mughal and British empires, Lucknow is a genteel, cultured city. The capital of Uttar Pradesh will floor you with its tehzeeb or culture, and tameez, which means grace. Lucknow is also the heart of the earthy, royal Awadhi kitchen, and any holiday here is bound to be a feast.

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    Vivanta Gomti Nagar


    VIVANTA. NAWABI GRACE. IN A STYLISH NEW AVATAR. There's a new wow in Uttar Pradesh's capital city. This grand structure, one of the best 5-star hotels in Lucknow, is located just 8 kilometres from the railway terminus and a mere 20 kilometres from the airport. Perched on the banks of the river Gomti, it’s located at the heart of Lucknow's business and entertainment areas.


Full day Itinerary

Drive through the impressive Rumi Darwaza, explore the Bara Imambara, stroll through the Residency, and end the day at the State Museum.

Half day Itinerary 1

Buy yourself pretty chikankari embroidery, take home the wonderful scent of flowers in a bottle, and drop into a local institution.

Half day Itinerary 2

Take a picnic to the Kukrail Forest Reserve, tuck into Awadhi cuisine, and pick up some local embroidery.

Lucknow’s Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport is located at Amausi, 15km southwest of the city and offers connectivity to the rest of India and to international destinations like Abu Dhabi and Riyadh.

Lucknow’s major railheads are Charbagh and Lucknow Junction. Several daily routes connect Lucknow to New Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, Faizabad and Gorakhpur.

Lucknow is connected by long-distance bus services to nearby cities of Agra, Allahabad, Ayodhya, Jhansi and Varanasi. Most long-distance buses leave from and terminate at the Alambagh Bus Station, located about four kilometres southwest of the city centre.

National Highways 25, 28 and 56 connect Lucknow by road to other Indian cities, including New Delhi, Agra, Allahabad, Kanpur and Dehradun.