Kebab - Lucknow famous food

Lucknow has had a long history of whipping up scrumptious delights. Read on to learn more about the famous varieties of Lucknow food that you need to try on your next visit.

Rumi Darwaza

A walk back in time to the Lucknow of old! The history of Rumi Darwaza - A 60 ft tall gateway dates back 238 years when it was built in 1784 by the then Nawab of Awadh, Asaf-ud-Daula. A gateway that speaks volumes of our heritage and ancestry.

Bara Imambara

The capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow is an architectural hub of Northern India. The city is crowded with buildings and monuments that showcase a wide range of architectural styles, most of which date back to the Mughal and British rule. Lucknow offers its visitors several architectural monuments such as Rumi Darwaza, Bara Imambara and more!

textiles in Lucknow

Nicknamed as “The City of Nawabs”, Lucknow provides a premium shopping experience to its visitors. The centuries-old markets in the city offer a wide variety of items, such as chikankari products, handmade objects, jewellery, books and more. Hazratganj is an ideal shopping market in Lucknow for both locals and tourists.

mosque in Lucknow

There are many aspects to the culture of Lucknow that make the city a unique and enchanting place. Immerse yourself in the unique culture of Lucknow, when you visit its centuries-old architectural landmarks, explore its tantalizing food, and explore its colourful markets.

Attar bottles, one of the most popular Lucknow crafts

Visit the city of Nawabs and learn about the various kinds of handicrafts that found glory here. From Chikankari to Lucknow is the proud parent of the world's most exquisite pieces of arts and crafts.