Lucknow Luxury Tours

Luxury & Private Lucknow Tours

Lucknow, the land of Nawabs, offers to be a magnificent place to wander and explore the historical and multicultural hub of Uttar Pradesh.

The city houses a collection of historical monuments, extensive parks, full-fledged markets and never-ending lanes that take you to a haven of variety of food delicacies. Lucknow was the capital of the Awadh region and hence famous for the Awadhi cuisine. It was controlled by the Delhi Sultanate and later the Mughal Empire and hence it has a diverse cultural background with immense historical significance. 

Lucknow has always been a multicultural city, and flourished as a cultural and artistic capital of North India in the 18th & 19th centuries. Courtly manners, beautiful gardens, poetry, music, and fine cuisine patronized by the Persian-loving Shia Nawabs of the city are well known amongst Indians and students of South Asian culture and history. 

Things to do in Lucknow

Sprinkled with Islamic and British Raj–era architecture, stuffed with fascinating bazaars and famed throughout India for its food, the capital of Uttar Pradesh is something of a sleeper: plenty worth seeing, but often overlooked by travelers. Central Lucknow features wide boulevards, epic monuments and several parks and gardens that contribute to an atmosphere of faded grandiosity.

Bada Imambara Lucknow

Bada Imambara

Bada Imambara is a famous for its historical, cultural and heritage importance. It was commissioned by the then Nawab of Awadh, Asaf -ud-Daula in 1784. It includes the large Asfi mosque, the Bhul-Bhulayah and a summer palace with running water. This is a religious building belonging to the Shia Muslim sect. 

Chota Imambara Lucknow

Chota Imambara

The Chhota Imambara, or the Imambara of Hussainabad, is one of the most beautiful and attractive buildings in the old city of Lucknow. It was initially a congregation hall for Shia Muslims that was built by Muhammad Ali Shah, who was the third Nawab of Awadh, in 1838.

Residency Lucknow

The British Residency

The British Residency of Lucknow, which is also a Residential Complex served as the headquarters for the generals of the British East India Company. However, with the 1857 uprising, this once composed complex turned into a British refugee camp during that revolt.

Rumi Darwaza Lucknow

Rumi Darwaza

The Rumi Darwaza was built in 1784-86 and is a 60 feet high entrance, with no visible supporting fittings. It is also known as the Turkish Gate because it is modelled after Bab-i-Humayun gateway in Turkey,

Best Hotels in Lucknow

Taj Mahal Lucknow

The Taj Mahal



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