Top 5 Experiences You Just Can’t Miss In Lucknow, The Nawabi City

by Kritika Kukreja
Top 5 Experiences You Just Can’t Miss In Lucknow, The Nawabi City

When you’re in the city of Nawabs, you have to try out it some of its offerings. Soak in the heritage and enjoy lip-smacking delights that the city has. Here are 5 must-try experiences in the city –

1. Stroll Through The City In A Cycle Rickshaw

There’s no better way to enjoy the city than to stroll through human-drawn carriages. The old-school way of traveling on a cycle rickshaw are economical and also environment-friendly. 

2. Visit Bhul Bhulaiya

Welcome to Bhul Bulaiya in Lucknow, where anyone can feel lost. Being a maze, there are 1024 ways to reach the terrace but only one to come back! Built in 1785, this was constructed by the Nawab to provide employment to the poor. The maze came about unintentionally to support the weight of the building. But it helped in confusing any enemy intruder. The pathways are hollow and it transmits sound as well. The Nawabs were able to hear all the gossip being said behind their back by the officials.

Also read: Bhul Bulaiya in Lucknow Is The Largest Existing Maze In India

3. Try The Famous Tundey Kebab

Tundey Kababi is the most popular kebab joint in the country that serves the juiciest and most succulent kebabs you’ve tried. Infused with 125 ingredients, Tundey Kababs are made out of minced meat. You will be mesmerized by the aroma even before you try it out for the first time. Despite being in business for 113 years, the recipe still remains a secret to many!

Also read: Tundey Kababi In Lucknow Is The Most Popular Kebab Joint Of The Country

4. Get Enriched With History At These Locations

The Rumi Darwaza represents Lucknow’s tryst with destiny. sixty feet tall imposing gate is an
example of brilliant Awadhi architecture. Chota Imambara also known as Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak. Constructed in 1837, this monument is an architectural marvel. 

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The Bada Imambara complex includes the large Asfi mosque, the bhul-bhulaiya (the labyrinth), and bowli, a step well with running water. Two imposing gateways lead to the main hall. The fourth Nawab, Asaf-Ud-Dowhala, commissioned the building during the drought year of 1784 AD to help the poor make a living. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #shotoniphone8plus . . .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #curlytales #love #instalike #blogger #travel #travelblogger #travelbloggerindia #funny #instalove #touristindia #kamiyajani #lucknow #lebua #lakhnawi #nawabi #heritage #swag #girlwithdrone #solotraveller #womantraveller #mommytraveller #mommyblogger #lakhnawiandaaz #mood #instamood #instapic #badaimambara #bhoolbulaiya

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5. Soak In The Lucknowi Culture At Lebua Lucknow

heritage bungalow converted into a beautiful luxury boutique. Walk around in the sprawling kothis and
verandahs & experience Lakhnawi style of living. 
From private dining options to cosy rooms,
Lebua Lucknow gives you all the Nawabi feels. 

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