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  • 1 Compare flights from Delhi, Bangalore and Muscat for some of the cheapest fares on flights to Lucknow.
  • 2 Flights will land at Amausi Airport which is only seven miles from Lucknow itself and offers city buses, taxis and rickshaw drivers to make sure you reach your destination.
  • 3 Alternatively search flights to Kanpur which is only 61 km from Lucknow and could also provide some good deals when travelling to India.

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Lying on the banks of the Gomti River, Lucknow is where East meets West. Despite recent modernisation the character and charm of the ancient eastern town is still in abundance.

Flights To Lucknow

Lucknow is serviced by its own airport in Amausi, about twenty kilometres from the centre of Lucknow. Most Lucknow flights arrive from Delhi. Flying times from the UK to Delhi vary between eight and twelve hours depending on stopovers. Once in Delhi cheap Lucknow flights are regularly available with the average flight to Lucknow taking around fifty minutes.

Getting Around Lucknow

Lucknow has plenty of public transport with local buses, taxis, autorickshaws and even a specific tourist bus route to allow you to see the main attractions. When in Lucknow car hire can make visiting the tourist attractions outside of the city easier. If you require cheap hotels Lucknow has plenty with the majority of them being located between ten to fifteen kilometres from the airport towards the centre of the city.

What To See In Lucknow

Lucknow has many tourist attractions with some of the more popular being the Moti Mahal Monument which is known locally as the Palace of Pearl, the Hussainabad Imambara Monument which was built in 1837 by Mohammed Ali Shah and the Jama Masjid a mosque built entirely from sandstone in 1423. Once you have explored the many attractions why not stop in at one of the many restaurants in Lucknow to sample some of the local cuisine, it's especially well known for biryanis and kebabs.

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