10 Things Not To Miss When You’re in Lucknow

Happiness to do and places to visit are so numerous that they impress an enthusiastic foodie and adventurer from a nostalgic buffet. Lucknow is, by far, one of the best cities to visit in North India, surrounded by rich and royal cultural splendor.

Happiness to do and places to visit are so numerous that they impress an enthusiastic foodie and adventurer from a nostalgic buffet. Lucknow is, by far, one of the best cities to visit in North India, surrounded by rich and royal cultural splendor.

Here we are going to tell you that if you are in Lucknow then do not miss some things.

1. Chotta Imambara

Chotta Imambara
Chotta Imambara

Place your eyes on the Chotta Imambara after you have gathered your jaw. It is the place to visit if you want to be packed with delicate Arabic calligraphy, artwork, the third nawab’s crown, and massive glass and crystal candlesticks.

2. Ride through the Marine Drive

Ride through the Marine Drive
Ride through the Marine Drive

Yeah! Yeah! Yes! We have our own Marine Drive and it’s just as good. The best way to appreciate and experience the place is by bike on the marine path. The stunning panorama along the river is your visual pleasure.

3. Visit the Purana Lucknow

Visit the Purana Lucknow

You might find yourself having fun on the streets of Old Lucknow. From food to sculpture, in old Lucknow, everything is contained in the best form of itself.

4. Holy Walk – Bara Imambara

Holy Walk – Bara Imambara
Holy Walk – Bara Imambara

Bara Imambara is one of Lucknow’s most famous and popular sights. With the backdrop of the Mughal ruins, the exquisite architecture of the building stands out beautifully. This location attracts millions of devotees per year, a significant spot to visit Muslims in Muharram. The central hall is about 50 meters long and it is the largest arched hall in the world, which is an unforgettable fact about Bara Imambara.

5. Head for a Heritage Walk of Lucknow

Heritage Walk of Lucknow
Heritage Walk of Lucknow

To learn the greatest cultural mysteries and delicious kingly cuisine, you should go for a heritage walk around Lucknow. The directed Lucknow tour will allow you to see Lucknow from the local people and treat your taste buds to its Mughlai dishes.

6. Relax at the Lucknow Zoological Garden

Lucknow Zoological Garden
Lucknow Zoological Garden

Lucknow Zoological Garden is situated amid the bustling town of Lucknow, spread over 71.6 acres of land which offers living species natural habitat. The zoo also houses a toy train that runs along a 1.5 kilometer-long track which encompasses the whole corner of the zoo, making it the perfect place for a day tour or a family picnic.

7. British Residency

British Residency
British Residency

The Residence was the estate of Nawab’s court’s then British resident and is an oasis of peace in the vibrant city. Move amid the oak trees as your guide tells you the unmistakable past and courage that marked the Great Success of Lucknow and India’s first strike for independence.

8. Kebabs

Kebabs
Kebabs

You must go to Lucknow if you ever want to taste meat that is practically melting in your mouth. Taste what kebabs is supposed to be – a movie trailer of what the city looks like on Tunday or in some of the countless kebab store in town.

9.Chikan and Zari Work

Chikan and Zari Work
Chikan and Zari Work

Lucknow is forever on the global trend board with these sticker types. Polish the road until you get to the markets of Aminabad and Chowk.

10. Street Food

Street Food
Street Food

Welcome to Lucknow, the food on the streets that carried freshness and opulence. Take a deep-fry potato strings at the renowned basket-chaat at the Royal Café. Or rajbhog, the real Indian sweets wrestler.

Hope you’re in Lucknow so don’t miss these things and comment below your experience.

 

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