Prayagraj: Explore India's Most Important Pilgrimage Center!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Prayagraj, however spiritual, offers a variety of travel experiences. The city is famous for hosting one of the four Kumbh Mela venues on the Ganga.

Khusro Bagh is a large historical garden where the tombs of Prince Khusro, the oldest son of Emperor Jahangir, and Sultan Begum are located.

Khusro Bagh


The convergence of the Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati lies 7 kilometres from Civil Lines in Allahabad. Triveni Sangam hosts Kumbh Mela every 12 years.

Triveni Sangam


The national-level Allahabad Museum in George Town, Uttar Pradesh, is 5 km from Allahabad Railway Station. It's a must-see in Allahabad.

Allahabad Museum


This beautiful piece of architecture was built in 1583 and stands at the Triveni Sangam in Allahabad to remind tourists of the funny history of the city.

Allahabad Fort


The Nehru family used to live in Anand Bhawan, which is now a museum. Now, artefacts and other things from India's Independence Movement are kept here.

Anand Bhavan


Swaraj Bhavan was Motilal Nehru's house till 1930. It's Allahabad's most famous historical site and now a beautiful museum.

Swaraj Bhavan


One of the places to visit in Prayagraj, All Saints Cathedral is an Anglican Christian church that was built in the late 1800s.

All Saints Cathedral


Jawahar Planetarium is where science and history come together in a great way. At the planetarium, an event called Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial lecture is held every year. 

Jawahar Planetarium


The city's most attractive park is one of Allahabad's top attractions. Chandrashekar Azad Park was founded in 1870 to honour Prince Alfred's visit to Prayagraj.

Chandrashekhar Azad Park


Prayagraj's cable-stayed New Yamuna Bridge is 6 kilometres from Allahabad Railway Station. It's a beautiful Allahabad tourist attraction.

New Yamuna Bridge