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The city of Allahabad experiences extreme weather conditions throughout the year. The summer season begins in March and continues till June. The climate remains hot and dry with the average temperature at 45°C. Hot winds blow through the city during this season. Monsoons, extending from July to September, are accompanied by heavy rainfall that provides relief from the heat of the sun. Winter lasts from December to February. During winter, the climate remains pleasant with a minimum temperature of 12°C. Severe fog occurs in the month of January. The best time to visit Allahabad is from the month of November to March.

How To Reach

By Road:

The city of Allahabad boasts of efficient bus service. Buses of the Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation offer service to several cities in the state. Bus service to Allahabad is available from Kolkata and Delhi.

By Air:

The Bamrauli Airport in Allahabad is a domestic airport, located at a distance of 15 km from the center of the city. The airport is well-connected to metropolitan cities such as Kolkata, Delhi and Lucknow. Taxis cabs are available from the airport to the city. International travelers need to avail connection flights from Kolkata or Delhi.

By Rail:

The important railway station at the heart of Allahabad connects the city to most of the major cities in India. Tourists can avail direct trains from Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore.


One of the biggest cities in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Allahabad is located at the point of convergence of three prominent Indian rivers –Yamuna, Ganga and Saraswathi. This meeting spot, known as Triveni, is considered by the Hindus to be holy. Allahabad was once the provincial capital state of the Mughal Empire and also holds an important position in the history of modern and pre-modern India.


Being a land of great history and tradition, it is a great destination for curious travellers and heritage lovers. Allahabd may not offer you mountains, sanctuaries, adventures or lush greenery, but it is a land deeply soaked in several legends, battles, traditions and aristocracy.


The city known in ancient times as Prayag, occupies an important place in the religious history of the country since it was the site chosen by the creator god of the Trinity in Hindu mythology, Lord Brahma, to perform the Prakrista Yaga at the dawn of creation. Huen Tsang mentions the place in his work. Prayag would later come to be known as Allahabad which stood for ‘the city of Allah’.


Kumbh Mela, the festival in Allahabad is one of the most famous in the country. It takes place every 12th year in the city when the waters of the Triveni are believed to hold powers of purification. Allahabad provides shopaholics with several opportunities even though only traditional bazaars are present here. Stores sell large variety of religious paraphernalia, including vermillion, brass idols, prayer books. Bookstores stock local literature. Fresh, seedless guavas are sold across the city. Antique artifacts and rare crafts are in great demand in the city. Some shops sell ethnic jewellery in striking shapes and designs.


The cuisine of the city of Allahabad consists of delicious vegetarian fare including palak paneer, rajma, kadhi, aloo jeera. Snacks like samosa are common. Non-vegetarian food lovers can look forward to zamin doz machhli and murg mussallam.