Kolkata is eminent as the city of joy because this exclusive city of India is replete with sugar coated and joyous people. You tour to this city will surely be the most cherishing one. With highly amiable people all round the joy of exploring a new city gets doubled up. Kolkata welcomes its visitors all year long and has the most pleasant weather during winters which enhances the beauty of this city of joy captivatingly. With being the most significant city of West Bengal it proudly stands its capital too and also an important commercial centre.
Howrah Bridge is the land mark to this enchanting city which is elegantly poised over the Hooghly River. The bridge is listed among the finest bridges in India which connects Howrah to Kolkata in the most elegant way and looks at its best during the night with lighting all around. Salt Lake City is another must visit destination in Kolkata which today stands as an eminent stadium hosting fantastic international sporting events. College Street is a unique place in Kolkata which is adorned with eminent colleges of the city. Besides the colleges one can also witness several cafes and famous studentís spot to hang out. Birla Planetarium, Millenium Park and Alipore Zoological Gardens are another eminent as well as alluring destinations which you should include in your tour while exploring Kolkata.
Morning pick up from the hotel you are staying and proceed for sightseeing of Kolkata with English speaking guide.
Nested on the bank of Hooghly River, Kolkata, a capital of west Bengal is one of the gripping tourist destinations in India.
Kolkata's Malik Ghat flower market in Ahmedabad is your first sightseeing. This market is adorned with alluring fountains, lively decorated items and myriad of petals and garlands of flowers. Moreover, the poignant fragrance of marigolds and beauty of red roses make this market a gem attraction in Ahmadabad to see.
The Howrah Bridge is a lintel bridge that enables you to travel from Howrah city to its twin city, Kolkata. Covering over the Hooghly Rover, this lintel bridge was conceived in 1943. On 14 June 1965, this bridge was named after Rabindranath Tagore, well-known Bengal lyrist. He also earned first wining fame in the first Indian Nobel awards.
St Paul's Cathedral
It is a worth-mentioning tourist attraction of Kolkata which was constructed in the honor of Anglican Communion. St Paul's Cathedral is certainly gorgeous as it is decorated with Indo-Gothic pattern by William Nairn Forbes. He spent Rs. 5 lakhs on its entire construction. Also, it is regarded to be the first 'Episcopal Cathedral Church' in entire India. Erected in 1839, this adorable building can entice any visitor from its ultimate architectural structure, window glass and two frescos.
Commissioned in 1921 to homage to Queen of Victoria, Victoria Memorial is a must-see attraction of Kolkata. This fabulous white marble building was commenced in the year 1921 by the Prince of Wales. The tremendously affectionate appearance of this destination is unlike ĎTají which is incomparable. Lately, this memorial is known as a meseum where one finds a grand collection of chronological articles or objects of erstwhile British era.
Stately Indian Museum
Immensely embellished, Stately Indian Museum is set in Ahmedabad city. Noted for housing a huge collection of display, this museum is entirely linked with Buddhist stupa, dating back to the second-century BC.
Later drop at hotel (booked at your own)