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Cheap Flights to Lucknow

Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, is affectionately known as the City of Nawabs and is one of the country's major cultural centers. Its rich history, enhanced by the splendor of Islamic architecture, draws visitors from all over the world. The Awadhi Nawabs, who were well-known patrons of cuisine, dancing, and music, helped the city gain popularity. The city has everything to entice you, from putting ittar on your wrists to savoring exquisite tunday kebab. If you want to visit this place and want to

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Fast Fact About Lucknow

Lucknow IATA Code

LKO

Airport in Lucknow

Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport

Airlines Serving

Air India, Vistara, Go First, IndiGo, Alliance Air, Flydubai, Flynas, SalamAir and Saudia

Price Range

Rs 3,186 - Rs 6,838

Avg Temp.

15°C

Airlines Flying To Lucknow

About Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh's capital and largest city, welcomes you with a comforting note of "Muskuraiyein, kyunki aap Lucknow mein hai," nestled on the banks of the river Gomti. Lucknow in a nutshell is a city of kebabs and nawabs, of architecture and history, of literature and culture. This cultural capital of the Awadh area brilliantly blends the luxury of a sparkling past with the simplicity of a modern city, from a piece of rich colonial heritage to modernized museums. The Mughal Gateway Rumi Darwaza, located in the heart of the capital, separates Lucknow into two parts: 'Old Lucknow,' which is historic and congested, and 'New Lucknow,' which is modern and one of Asia's most planned towns. The busy, energetic streets of Old Lucknow are famed for its authentic, lakhnavi chikan market, and wholesale jewelry stores. Lucknow is an explorer's pleasure, with its kaleidoscope of new architecture and British-style marketplaces and squares. Large and winding boulevards, decaying yet enlightening monuments, parks, and a plethora of booths offering excellent kebabs can all be found in Central Lucknow.

Best Time to Visit Lucknow

From August through October is the best time to visit Lucknow during the monsoon. The greatest time to visit Lucknow is during the winter, when the city is cool and misty.

Low Season

Traveling to Lucknow in mid-May, June, and July is not very pleasant. It is quite difficult to travel outside due to the high humidity and intense heat.


High Season

The high season months to visit Lucknow are February-March and October-November, when the weather is not too harsh or severe. Travelers enjoy visiting this city at its finest because of the lovely weather.

Best Places to Visit in Lucknow

The history of Lucknow has been transformed into a glorious present, which has built the groundwork for the future - the NOW! The city rose to prominence during Mughal control in the 18th century and prospered under the Nawabs. It is progress - not just in terms of infrastructure, but also in terms of architecture, religion, art, and culture – that is Lucknow's genuine unifying force. Lucknow's food, institutions, monuments, and people will wow you with their cultural richness! Here is a list of several places that are worth visiting in Lucknow:

Bara Imambara
Bara Imambara

Bara Imambara is a beautiful edifice that stands out among Lucknow's notable landmarks. The Asfi Mosque, the Bhul-bhulaiya, and a Bowli are all part of the historical site. The most popular component of the complex is the Bowli (or labyrinth). The building is reminiscent of Mughal ornamentation, but without the use of iron or European architecture.

Ambedkar Memorial Park
Ambedkar Memorial Park

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Memorial Park is a public park and memorial dedicated to him. The park, which spans 107 acres and has monuments constructed of red sandstone from Rajasthan, is one of Lucknow's most popular tourist attractions. The Ambedkar stupa, a sangrahalay, a picture gallery, the pratibimb sthal, and the drashya sthal are among the structures within.

Marine Drive
Marine Drive

Marine Drive was named after Mumbai's iconic Marine Drive. It is a lovely stretch of road in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow that runs beside the River Gomti. The location is a favourite hangout spot for the youthful generation. People also use it for jogging, cycling, and other similar sports. The walkway is littered with seats where you may rest and relax.

Lucknow Museum
Lucknow Museum

The four-story Lucknow State Museum houses some of the best stone-age exhibits, exhibitions, and galleries, as well as Jain art, sculptures, archaeology, Nawabs, and old coins. Have you had your fill of reading? History buffs, as well as common visitors and college students, will enjoy this attraction. This is one of Lucknow's best spots to visit.

Chattar Manzil
Chattar Manzil

The Nawabi city's historical path is endless! Welcome to Chattar Manzil, often known as "Umbrella Palace" in Lucknow. It was once the residence of the monarchs of Awadh and their wives. The monument combines Indo-European and Nawabi architectural styles. The umbrella-shaped domes and enormous subterranean halls are truly fascinating, making it one of Lucknow's best architectural attractions.

Hazratganj
Hazratganj

Let's set aside history for a moment, even though it is omnipresent in all of Lucknow's tourist attractions. Are you familiar with Hazratganj? Apart from the busy marketplaces and bazaars, you'll discover mouth-watering Mughlai food, movie theatres, amusement zones, hotels, and some of Lucknow's top restaurants. While there is a lot of traditional clothing to buy, there are also a lot of bookshops. Hazratganj is additionally enhanced by the historical structures.

Airport Serving in Lucknow

Lucknow Airports Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport

Things to Do in Lucknow

  • Heritage walk in and around the city
  • Soak up Rumi Darwaza's grandeur
  • Allow yourself to be lost in the magnificent Bara Imambara
  • See the beautiful Chota Imambara.
  • At Ambedkar Park, see stupas and statues that are larger than life
  • Taste the local cuisines of the city especially Kabab, Briyani
  • Spend evening at Gomti Riverfront

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Frequently Asked Questions about Lucknow

Q.What can be the best time to visit Lucknow?
The winter season is the best time to visit Lucknow. The weather stays chilly and foggy at this period.
Q.Which flights are operating in Lucknow Airport?
Air India, Vistara, Go First, IndiGo, Alliance Air, Flydubai, Flynas, SalamAir, and Saudia are just a few of the airlines that fly out of Lucknow Airport.
Q.How long is the flight to Lucknow?
If you are travelling from Delhi to Lucknow, it takes around 1 hr 15 min but if travelling from other parts of India then it takes 2 hr 25 min to 2 hr 40 min.
Q.Which airlines offer direct flights to Lucknow?
Air India, Vistara, Go First and IndiGo are some of the top airlines that offer direct flights to Lucknow.
Q.What is the cheapest time to fly to Lucknow?
The month of September is considered as the cheapest month to fly to Lucknow.
Q.How can I find the best flight deal to Lucknow?
To get the best deals and offers on Lucknow flights, visit the portal of Safar Mentor. From discounted rates to great deals, you can be amazed to get low cost flight tickets on this portal.