Lucknow the city of Nawab riddled with ancient monuments and enchanting architecture resonating in every corner of the City. The mouth-watering cuisine and exquisite craftwork and elegant mannerism are potent in winning the heart of every traveler. Lucknow is the birthplace of Urdu, Hindustani and Hindi languages and has contributed immensely to Indian poetry and literature. It was in the streets of this city that the musical instruments, sitar and tabla and dance forms, such as kathak were born.
Bara Imambara: Bara Imambara is a grand shrine made by Asaf-ud-Daula, Nawab of Awadh, in 1784. The place has a large Asfi mosque, the Bhul-Bhulaiya (the labyrinth), and Bowli, a stepwell with running water. The Labyrinth is the only maze left in India.
British Residency: The British Residency is the dwelling place of the British General. It is one of the prime locations of the Revolt Of 1857 and the historical Battle known as the siege of Lucknow. As the place is in a retrogressive condition so the place has enough evidence of battle with the wall marked with a bullet sign.
Begum Hazrat Mahal: Begum Hazrat Mahal which was built in 1962 for paying tribute to Begum Hazrat Mahal who revolted against the British in 1857. The park is a major attraction during Hindu festive season Holi and Dussehra.
Rumi Darwaza: Rumi Darwaza is one of the prime ancient sites which is worthy of touring. The word “Rumi” is a name used in Istanbul, the capital city of the Roman Empire. The major attraction of Rumi Darwaza is its appearance as it is ornamented with lush endearing flower and tiny jets of water spraying outwards. The Radiant gate at night would steal your heart.