Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow ( 480Km/ 10hrs from Delhi and 198 Km / 5Hrs from Prayag )
Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, extends along the banks of the River Gomti, Lucknow is also known for its elaborate cuisine and 'Chikankaari' or exquisite shadow-work embroidery on fine muslin cloth.Visit Hussainabad and Shah Najaf Imambara
Ayodhya (140Km/4hr from Lucknow)is situated on the right bank of the river Ghagra or Saryu,it is one of the seven most sacred cities of India and famous for its close association with the epic Ramayana.Visit Hanuman Grahi , Ramkot,Kanak Bhavan
Prayag (130 Km/ 4Hrs from Varanasi and 200 from Lucknow) The city's original name Prayaga comes from its position at the sacred union of the rivers Ganges, Yamuna and Sarawati,Visit sangam for the sacred bath , Patalpuri Temple and The Allahabad Fort
Varanasi (128 Km/3hrs from Prayag and 280 Km from Lucknow )
Varanasi derives its name from, the Varana to the north and the Asi to the south. After his marriage to Parvati, Shiva left his Himalyan abode and came to reside in Kashi with all the gods in attendance.Visit the Jyothirlinga at Kashi Vishwanath Temple .Optional : Take a boat ride to visit all the Ghats
Mathura (155 Km /3 Hrs from Delhi and 60Km from Agra)
The city of Mathura,the birth place of Lord Krishna is the nucleus of Brajbhoomi,is renowned for Radha Madana-Mohana Temple built by Srila Sanatana Gosvami and Dwarakadeesh and Radha Vallabha Temples.North of Mathura (15Km) on the same bank of Yamuna, lies the celebrated town of Vrindavan.