Lucknow : An offbeat place to visit near Delhi

Bara Imambara

Bara Imambara, derived from 'Bara' meaning 'Big' and 'Imambara' signifying a sacred hall constructed for the purpose of Azadari, stands as a revered heritage structure in Lucknow.


Chota Imambara

Constructed in 1838 by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh, the majestic Chota Imambara stands as a testament to history. appeal.


Husainabad Clock Tower

Nestled near the Rumi Darwaza, the Husainabad Clock Tower stands as a cherished heritage site in Lucknow. Erected in 1881 by the Hussainabad Trust


Gomti Riverfront Park

The Gomti Riverfront Park has remained a premier destination for tourists in Lucknow since its inception, owing to its idyllic setting and picturesque environment.


Lucknow Zoo

Located approximately 13 kilometers away from The Piccadily Hotel, the zoo showcases a diverse array of wildlife, including Royal Bengal Tigers, White Tigers, Lions, Golden Pheasants, and Silver Pheasants, among others.



Hazratganj, the central shopping district of Lucknow, has a long history behind it and has undergone a great makeover that bridges the past and the present and continues to serve as Lucknow's central shopping arcade.