Ghaziabad to Lucknow





Lucknow being the capital of Indian province of Uttar Pradesh, it is well connected to all the neighboring cities of Uttar Pradesh. The distance between Ghaziabad - Lucknow is not much and there are various means of reaching the place. There are a variety of transport options and routes, which one might like to avail while traveling from Ghaziabad to Lucknow.

One can either travel by road from Ghaziabad to Lucknow availing the state-operated public bus services or can also go via Delhi. Lucknow, the capital city, has regular flights from Delhi and as a result one can easily avail this facility. Ghaziabad being very close to Delhi is easily accessible by road and it takes about half an hour to reach Delhi from Ghaziabad. From there, one can catch the flight to Lucknow, which is operated by both public and private airlines. The NH-24, which runs between Ghaziabad - Lucknow is proposed to be extended in order to increase the transportation facilities between these two cities.

Lucknow, which is popularly known as the city of Nawabs has a host of tourist destination spots both in and around the city. Some of the most popular attractions include Bada Imambara, Rumi Darwaza, The Residency, Government Museum, Chota Imambara and Shah Najaf Imambara. One can also go for small weekend excursions to Dewa Sharif, Naimisaranya, Dudhwa National Park and Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary. Lucknow is also a popular place for shopping and the congested alleys of old bazaars are the spots favorite places.

Some of the popular hotels in Lucknow where one can book their rooms for accommodation are:
  • Hotel Sagar International
  • Hotel Gomti
  • Hotel Piccadily
  • Hotel Deep Palace
  • Hotel La Place Park Inn International




Last Updated on 28 September 2012







     


     

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