Tourist Attractions in Kolkata

There are a large number of tourist attractions in Kolkata. Since there are many significant places to visit in Kolkata, therefore, those who are willing to spend a few days in Kolkata can see the city part by part. They can begin with the places in central Kolkata: Chowringhee, the meadow or the Maidan opposite it with Shahid Minar (Ochterlony Monument), Raj Bhavan, Assembly, High Court, Town Hall, St. John's Church, Writers' Building, St. Andrew's Church, Old Mission Church, New Market, Museum, Asiatic Society, Planetarium, St. Paul's Cathedral, Victoria Memorial, Race Course, Fort William and Eden Gardens.

North Kolkata can be explored next --with the Portuguese Cathedral, Synagogue, Parsi Fire Temple, Armenian Church, Tagore House, Marble Palace, the University of Kolkata, Jain Temple and Bose Research Institute. The Howrah Bridge near the Howrah Railway Station too is situated in this part and, if one has not travelled by train, one ought to make a trip to see it.

South Kolkata is no less interesting with its Zoological Gardens, National Library, Agri-Horticultural Gardens, Hastings’ House, the ancient Temple of Kali, Greek Church and Ravindra Sarovar.

Depending upon time allocated for Kolkata sightseeing, one may select places as per one’s own interest.

Kolkata Tour Packages

Golden Triangle with Kolkata Tour

Golden Triangle with Kolkata Tour

6 Nights / 7 Days
Destination : Delhi-Jaipur-Agra-Kolkata

3 Days Kolkata Tour

3 Days Kolkata Tour

2 Nights / 3 Days
Destination : Kolkata

East India with Nepal Tour

East India with Nepal Tour

13 Nights / 14 Days
Destination : Delhi- Khajuraho – Varanasi – Bodhgaya –Bhubaneswar –Puri – Konark – Kolkata – Kathmandu –Bhaktpur - Patan

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