Mumbai Cst to Lucknow Nr Train Tickets
A total of 25 trains scurry between Mumbai and Lucknow in North India. The trains encompass through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and more. Lucknow is the second largest city in North India
and the eleventh largest city in India. The sky will remain clear for a few days. During the day, people of Lucknow experience a temperature of 27°C which can drop to 22°C at night.
Avadh Express is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1584 kms in 33 hours and 03 mins. It takes a different route and passes through the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Udyog Nagri EXP is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1381 kms in 21 hours and 45 mins. The train leaves at 16:25 from Lokmanyatilak T and reaches Lucknow Nr at 14:55 on the next day.
Almost all the trains between Mumbai and Lucknow pass through Kanpur Central, Jhansi Jn and Bhopal Jn stations.
Few trains like Pushpak Express and Bdts LJN Express halt at Bhusawal Jn (14:55) and Ratlam Jn (14:55) respectively where food can be bought from the station canteens. Bdts GKP EXP is the earliest train for this route leaving Bandra Terminus at 00:20 while the last train is Kushinagar EXP that leaves Kalyan Jn at 23:28.
Trip to Lucknow will be incomplete without exploring Hazratganj.