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A trip from Lucknow to Hastinapur, will give you the much break from the city life!

If you are charmed by all-things mythology, we have a great trip planned for you! Finding equal reverence in stories from Hinduism and Jainism, Hastinapur is a heavenly escape from your jostling routines in Lucknow. Not just for a seat of significant religious relevance, the town of Hastinapur located in the Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh is also loved by tourists for its blissful natural heritage!

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Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary is your spot for a refreshing winter retreat from Lucknow

Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary, one of the many wetlands located in Northern India is a top-rated attraction for all those who are fascinated by the bounties of nature. A picturesque portrait of nature amidst the chirping & twittering of birds, Nawabganj's unmatched serenity woos a lot of visitors, every year. Situated in Unnao, this place is dedicated to the flora and avian beauties, and those who love to be close to nature.

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A trip to the alluring Almora from Lucknow is all you need to beat the city blues!

Located on the hem of the Great Himalayan Range in Uttarakhand, the city of Almora is a cosy tourist destination settled away from the chaos and regularity of the city life. Spread across a 5-km long ridge on the Kashyap Hill, this alluring hill station is raised at 1,638 meters above sea level, where the dwindling covers of pine and old oak allude an enchanting old-world magical charm.

Dear Lucknowites, if you are in need of a dire escape from your routine life, follow the trails of the mesmerising Almora and witness its enticing scapes along with the majestic glow of the snow-capped Himalayas!

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Approximately 316-km away from Lucknow, the legacy of Jhansi awaits your arrival!

Located at a distance of approximately 316-km from Lucknow, Jhansi lies cradled in the western part of the upland Bundelkhand area, just west of the Betwa River. It has been a prominent tourist hub since ages for its historical significance, forts, monuments and tales of the pre-independence era. This place is also known for the times when Rani Lakshmi Bai, Nana Sahib and Tatya Tope planned the revolt of 1857. So if you're a history buff who is planning to explore the pages of historical events or a photographer who wants to catch a few moments on a roll, then head here for a quick getaway from Lucknow!

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The 'City of Great Festivals' is where you need to head next for your weekend trip from Lucknow

Although it's just January, is anyone else feeling like we're already done with the year? Because we sure are and we already need a break! So if you're sailing on the same boat as ours, then you should absolutely check out Mahoba, located at a distance of 233-km from Lucknow and it makes for a spot which entices history lovers and photographers, from all regions across the state.

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