Popularly known as the 'the city of Nawabs' or the ‘City of Tehzeeb’, Lucknow is banked on the both sides of river Gomti. Today, it is the capital of Uttar Pradesh and was historically known as the Awadh region. Being the administrative headquarters of Lucknow District and Division, the city is one of the finest tourist destinations of India.
From beautiful sprawling gardens, drooling cuisine options, Persian heritage, the city dates back to the time of the Suryavanshi dynasty. The Constantinople of India, Shiraz-i-Hind and the Golden City of the East are the other fond names of the city. a perfect combination of its rich traditions and the modern growth of commercialisation, Lucknow is the second largest city of Uttar Pradesh after Kanpur.
Home to some of the heritage architectures, Roomi gate, Bada Imambada, Tare Wali Kothi, Dilkusha, Shah Mina Shah, Satkhanda, Shahi Baoli, Chattar Manzil are some of the most visited places of the city.
Dance, music, literature, Urdu poetry and drama once rose to the heights of excellence in this city. The unique- Nawabi style cuisine with Awadhi gastronomically options make it one of the premium choices of destination for the foodies.