La Place Sarovar Portico, Lucknow

Getting There

By Air
Lucknow is connected by daily flight from major towns and cities of India.

By Rail
Some well-known trains-Gomti Express (New Delhi to Lucknow), Neelachal Express (New Delhi to Puri), Vaishali Express (New Delhi to Barauni), Ganga-Jamuna Express (New Delhi to Lucknow), Lucknow Mail (New Delhi to Lucknow), Sabarmati Express (Ahmedabad to Varanasi), and Avadh Assam Express (Guwahati to New Delhi)-connect Lucknow to the rest of India. There is a daily superfast train Shatabdi Express operating both ways and it takes 6 hrs one-way.

By Road
Lucknow is also well connected to other cities of the country by road. The distances to some nearby cities are as follows: Delhi - 499 km; Jhansi - 340 km; Varanasi - 319 km. Capital of U.P. Lucknow a.k.a. City of Nawabs with a rich history, Chikan embroidery and kebabs, is also an integral part of the Buddhist circuit. La Place Park Inn is situated in the heart of the city, right next to the commercial hub called Hazratganj. The hotel caters to the Corporate traveler offering services and facilities adhering to the highest international level.
The railway station is just 4 kilometers and the Airport is 14 kilometers from the hotel.

Lucknow Local Information:
Located on the banks of river Gomti, Lucknow prides in being the capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh. A city of hospitality and courteousness, Lucknow is famed as the City of Nawabs. Find here a maze of ancient monuments, expansive parks, crowded markets and narrow lanes. The Nawabi culture still remains and is seen in the culture of today. It is this culture that has earned it a tag of Cultural Capital of India. The huge mosques and big Imambaras add to the old-world touch in Lucknow. Food and clothing are other things here that have kept the Nawabi style alive. The Chikankari work of Lucknow has always been a thing of fashion. The Mughlai style food is also people of all walks of life love. Lucknow surely has a lot to offer to all those who visit the place.