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Lucknow experiences a warm and humid summer from April-June. Since it is located in the northern belt, it experiences cold and dry winters when temperatures fall to as low as as 2 to 3 degrees. Fog is common during peak winter months of December and January. The city receives moderate rainfall from end of June to September. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Lucknow is well connected by road with the major cities. It is 497 kms from Delhi, 210 km from Allahabad, 985 kms from Kolkata, 400 kilometres from the famous Corbett National Park and about 363 kms from Agra. Kaisar Bagh and Alambagh are two bus stations in the city. You can take an air-conditioned luxury bus from Kaiser Bagh which connects Lucknow to Delhi through important centres like Sitapur, Bareilly, Muradabad and Ghaziabad.

By Air:

Since it’s the capital city, Lucknow is well connected to almost all parts of India through plane, rail and bus. Daily flights from Capital cities of Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai connect to Lucknow’s Amausi airport.   

By Rail:

Lucknow is a major railway junction and trains like Shatabdi Express, Neelanchal Express, Delhi-Gorakhpur Express, Sabarmati Express, Bombay- Gorkhpur amongst many others connect the city to almost every part of the country.  


Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh is a rare combination of art, culture, cuisine and ancient heritage along with growing urbanization!! Lucknow is popularly nicknamed as ‘The City of Nawabs’ due to its resplendent luxury.


Located on the banks of river Gomti, Lucknow has a rich heritage left behind by rulers of Awadh and also the British. Shoppers and connoisseurs are likely to be impressed by the variety Lucknow has on offer. Lucknow is the birthplace of Kathak dance and is widely renowned for Ghazals and Qawalies. The City’s forte is the vibrant culture which still prevails over modernization is reflected by the numerous shows of Ghazals, Qawalies and kathak dance that the city houses. Lucknow can be better called as the cultural capital of Northern India. 


For art lovers, the city boasts of amazing handicrafts which contributes to 60 % of its exports. Lucknow’s Chikan work, which is an exquisite and delicate hand work on kurtas, salwar suits, table covers, tray covers, napkins etc is famous all around India. The Aminabad market of Lucknow offers you the cheapest of the chikankari clothes or Chinaware.


Lucknow is also a delight for food lovers with its famous cuisines like Kebabs, Kormas, roomali rotis and warqi parathas and nahari-kulchas. Lucknow Rewari is a unique sweet dish which brings in people from far off areas. Each day in Lucknow different and it is difficult to explore the city in its fullness.