Allahabad is famous for Sangam and Kumbh. Nevertheless, the city has much more to offer to the tourists. The City has more attraction like Park, Temples and much more. Also to visit the Triveni Sangam (confluence of three sacred rivers Ganga, Yamuna & Saraswati), The place is considered to be one of the most sacred in Hindu religion.
We can also visit Hanuman temple Triveni Sangam, and Anand Bhawan (Nehru’s house).


  • Anand Bhawan

    The former residence of Nehru family, "Anand Bhawan" has been transformed into a museum that shows various articles & artifacts of Independence movement in India.

  • Trivni Sangam

    Triveni Sangam is a sacred place in Allahabad where three holy rivers (Ganga, Yamuna & Saraswati) merge and people congregate to pay their respects to the river.

  • Allahabad Fort

    Built by Akbar in 1583 in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Allahabad Fort stands on the Yamuna near its confluence with Ganga River and is recognized as a monument of national importance.

  • Khusro Bagh

    A large historical garden in Allahabad, "Khusro Bagh" is having a tomb of Prince Khusro which represents an exquisite example of the architecture of Mughal period.

  • Allahabad Museum

    Allahabad Museum is located inside the Chandrashekar Azad park where he sacrificed his life. This famous museum gives the glimpse of the independence movement of India.

  • Bade Hanuman Jee Temple

    With a 20 feet long and 8 feet wide idol of Lord Hanuman in a reclining position, The Bade Hanuman Jee Temple is a well-known temple in the city of Allahabad.