October to March
INR 2000/- per person
During the summer, the temperature can reach up to 48°C. Between April and June, the weather stays hot and humid. Sightseeing and outings are nearly impossible as a result. As a result, visiting the location during this season is not recommended.
During the monsoon season, Kanpur receives a lot of rain. During the monsoons, the weather stays moist and humid. Nana Rao Park, Patthar Ghat, Allen Forest Zoo, and Kanpur Memorial Church are all worth seeing at this time of year.
The winter season officially begins in November and lasts through January. During this season, the weather is calm and pleasant, making it ideal for touring the area and its attractions such as the Kamla Retreat, Valmiki Ashram, Jain Glass Temple, Dwarkadhish Temple, and Green Park.
Due to their simple availability and inexpensive prices, cycle rickshaws are a good option for short distance commuting.
Vikrams, or local auto-rickshaws or tempos, are a low-cost option. These tempos have set rates based on the distance travelled.
Traveling within Kanpur is easy thanks to the city's well-developed transportation system. Kanpur Metropolitan Bus Service (KMBS) offers low-cost AC and non-AC local buses.
Although cab services like Ola, TaxiForSure, and Uber are available, bike-taxi services like Rapido are not. If you prefer to go alone in the city, you can easily rent self-driven two-wheelers or cars. The majority of rental companies have an internet presence. Gozo cabs offers the best outstation rental services in the city.
Jamwant, a particular variety of jamun produced by farmers in Kanpur's Bithoor district, has been dubbed a "real discovery." It is being transported to London because it is classified as an "exotic" product in the European market, and the first batch was shipped in June 2021.
Golf was brought to Kanpur by the British, who built a golf course in the cantonment area, which can today be seen on the road between Lucknow and Kanpur. After Kolkata, it is said to be India's second-oldest 9-hole half-golf course.
After the Satti Chaura Revolt, when Britishers converted Kanpur into a stronghold, the leather industry flourished. Maintaining that history well after independence, Kanpur has become India's leather hub, earning a GI badge for its peculiar productions under the name Kanpur Saddlery.
During 1857, when India resolved to challenge British rule under the command of the Mughal King, Kanpur was a hotspot of insurrection and rebellion. This city has seen many conflicts, including those fought by historical commanders and strategists such as Azizun Bai, Jhansi ki Rani, and Nana Saheb.
The state's official language is Hindi, with Urdu as a co-official language.