GETTING THERE INFORMATION
The place adorned by Gods has emerged on as the most
visited destinations of the tourists worldwide. The world heritage sites
like Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and the Fatehpur Skiri are its wonderment. Being
the birthplace of Lord Krishna and Lord Rama, treasuring Varanasi - the
oldest inhabited city in the world and the home to world's largest
gathering at Maha Kumbh Mela in Allahabad all makes Uttar- Pradesh
superfluity with tourist across the. Over the centuries tourists have
visited the state to experience the spiritual power at the same time cool
off their eyes with the bewitching beauty of the monuments. Plan your trip
to visit the famous Taj and don't forget to take a holy dip in river
The tourists can celebrate visiting the state through out the year. All the four seasons give one or the other reason to enjoy the tour to Uttar Pradesh especially festivals, fairs and the fruits are the wonderful attractions. But the best time to visit is the winter season that starts from October and March, because winters are considered balmy.
Fly To Land of Nawabs
The city of Nawabs, welcomes the guests at the Amausi airport in the capital city of Lucknow, which is well connected with all the major cities of the state as well as other states. Indian Airlines provides the direct service from the city to Calcutta, Patna, Delhi and Mumbai. The other air ports in Uttar Pradesh are at Agra and Varanasi where from the flights connect these place to the cities of Babuneshwar, Calcutta, Mumbai, Khajuraho, Delhi and Lucknow.
The travel by Indian railways is an experience to be cherished, when ever on visit to India prefer train, for short distance journey you will explore many new things about the culture and traditions of the state. All the cities of the state are well connected to each other through railway. From Delhi to Agra the train takes only two and a half hour. After air transport it is the fastest as well as cheapest mode of transportation. All the major tourist destinations have a railway station in the city joining them with other cities. The city of Lucknow is connected to Allahabad, Delhi, Calcutta. Agra is connected by rail with cities, like Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Jaipur, Madras, Secunderabad and Trivandrum.
It is only by the road transport that the travelers can
stop the bus and taste the delicious countryside food available on the
roadside dhaba's. Passing through the paddy fields and the villages, the
crowd on the city roads and the noise at bus stops are the unique features
of the road transportation in Uttar Pradesh. To visit the tourist places
through a sightseeing tourist bus will be a great experience. The distance
from on city to another city through road are measured as follows :
Lucknow is connected by road with Agra (314 kms), Allahabad (225 kms), Corbett National Park (280 kms), Delhi (514 kms), Kanpur (79 kms), Varanasi (314 kms) etc.
The road that joins the Allahabad with the major cities in India. - Agra 483 kms, Delhi 612 kms, Lucknow 227 kms, Lumbini 406 kms, Khajuraho 294 kms, Varanashi 127 kms, Mumbai 1,502 kms.
Agra is connected by good motor-able roads to Delhi - 204 km, Jaipur-237 km, Khajuraho- 395 kms, Mathura- 54 kms, Gwalior- 110 kms, Lucknow- 257 kms, Bharatpur 54 kms etc.
The main local transport of the Uttar Pradesh state is the city buses while for short distances auto rickshaw, tempo, hired taxis and cycle rickshaw are very common. It will be an amazing to have a ride on horse cart in the villages of Uttar Pradesh.
Top 5 Reasons To Travel To Uttar Pradesh
Welcome To The State of Uttar Pradesh
Fly High Over Ganges
Roads To The Land of Spirituality
Rowing On Ganges
Pilgrimage Spiritual Tour
» Splendrous Taj Mahal
Glorious Golden Triangles (I & II)
Delhi : Capital of Hearts
Jaipur : The
Power and Valor of Rajputs
Pradesh : Ecstasy in Hills
Chandigarh : Tradition