Lucknow: Embrace Nawabi grandeur and royal heritage.

Lucknow invites with its Indo-Islamic cultural heritage, a captivating Halal-friendly destination, often hailed as the ‘City of Nawabs’.







Upon arrival at Lucknow Airport or Station, you will be greeted and transferred to the hotel/resort to freshen up. Then, at your convenience, start exploring the heritage city of Lucknow, known for its rich Indo-Islamic cultural heritage. Evening free for leisure

Nestled in India’s heart, Lucknow, the “City of Nawabs,” blends beauty, culture, and Islamic heritage. Known as the ‘cultural capital of Northern India,’ it’s a symphony of history, manners, and culinary delights. Echoes of “Adab” and “Tehzeeb” resonate in their heritage landmarks and delicate Chikan embroidery. The cuisine served on royal “dastarkhwans,” is fit for royalty. This city boasts Indo-Islamic grandeur. The city is a true gem for Halal-friendly travelers seeking a journey filled with cultural richness and Islamic heritage. The city’s major attractions offer a profound connection to its past, inviting you to explore its captivating story. Discover Lucknow, where history and culture seamlessly intertwine, offering a captivating experience. Immerse yourself in centuries of heritage and splendor.

Explore the Asafi Imambara or Bara Imambara, a stunning eighteenth-century Islamic marvel built by Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula. Its colossal central hall, unsupported by beams, showcases architectural brilliance. Inside the Asafi Imambara complex, the Asafi Mosque is a gem with an elegant design, a vaulted hall, an enigmatic Bhul-bhulaiya, and a graceful Bowli. Nearby, the Husainabad Imambara, or Chota Imambara, built by Nawab Mohammad Ali Shah, features ornate design, chandeliers, gold-edged mirrors, and a resplendent golden dome, symbolizing the city’s artistic heritage. The serene courtyard and reflective pool enhance its charm.

Visit the iconic Rumi Darwaza, often called the Turkish Gate, which symbolizes Lucknow’s architectural heritage and multicultural influences. This magnificent structure reflects medieval European architecture and showcases perfect Indian arches, embodying Lucknow’s historical grandeur. Conclude your day with a visit to the Shah Najaf Imambara, a replica of Hazrat Ali’s tomb in Najaf, Iraq. This splendid structure was built by Nawab Ghazi ud Din Haider, the first King of Awadh, and also serves as his final resting place.


After breakfast, embark on a captivating journey to discover Lucknow’s rich heritage and cultural treasures. In the evening, enjoy leisure time by exploring the city’s vibrant bazaars and savoring its delectable cuisine. Immerse yourself in a world of flavors with the city’s iconic dishes.

Start your day with a visit to the historic Residency in Lucknow, a site of significance during the First War of Indian Independence in 1857. Then, explore Qaiserbagh Palace, a 19th-century masterpiece by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, which serves various purposes, including housing the Nawab’s Harem and hosting grand banquets. The elegant white Baradari at its core witnessed splendid dance performances. Move on to Chattar Manzil, known as the “Umbrella Palace,” a stunning example of Indo-Italian architecture, and visit the well-preserved tombs of Nawab Sadat Ali Khan and his wife, showcasing majestic arches and pillars in lush green parks, a true testament to architectural beauty in Lucknow.

Immerse yourself in Lucknow’s rich Islamic heritage, where every architectural wonder tells a compelling story of art, history, and spiritual depth. Beyond the historic sites, the city’s vibrant markets, rich culture, and delectable cuisine, especially the kebab, biryani, and other iconic dishes, extend a warm welcome to Halal-friendly travelers. Lucknow’s culinary finesse reached its zenith under the Nawabs, renowned for their gracious hospitality and love for exquisite food. The art of slow cooking, perfected in Awadh, continues to tantalize taste buds. This city ensures an immersive journey that connects you to the heart of India’s Islamic heritage and cultural values, harmoniously blending tradition with modernity.


After breakfast check out from your hotel/resort. If you have some time available, you can opt for optional sightseeing or visits to the vibrant city of Lucknow. Later, your transfer to Lucknow Airport or Station for your onward journey. The transfer will be coordinated based on your departure schedule, ensuring a seamless and punctual departure from the city.


Embark on our enthralling ‘The Lucknow Heritage 03-Day Itinerary’ and delve into the wondrous world of Lucknow, a city steeped in a legacy of Indo-Islamic grandeur. This journey unfolds a mesmerizing tapestry of rich Islamic cultural heritage, showcasing awe-inspiring Indo-Islamic art and architecture, and immersing you in a vibrant cultural narrative. Over centuries, illustrious dynasties have etched their stories on these hallowed lands, leaving behind architectural and cultural masterpieces that span generations. Our voyage offers an unparalleled window into the city’s ancient and medieval history, inviting you to bask in the glory of Indo-Islamic heritage and architectural marvels that defy time. Explore heritage and cultural treasures, one of India’s most cherished destinations, promising an enchanting and immersive Halal-friendly travel experience.