Kolkata, the capital city of the Indian state of West Bengal, is a city of rich history, vibrant culture, and diverse attractions. Kolkata boasts an array of colonial-era buildings that reflect its historical significance. The Victoria Memorial, an iconic marble structure, stands as a testament to the British colonial influence. St. Paul's Cathedral and Writers' Building are also notable examples of colonial architecture.
Day 01:- Arrive Kolkata
Arrive at Kolkata International / Domestic Airport or Railways station, on arrival our company representative will meet you at the airport with holding a pla card of your name and he will assist you to check – in at the hotel. Kolkata boasts an array of colonial-era buildings that reflect its historical significance. The Victoria Memorial, an iconic marble structure, stands as a testament to the British colonial influence. St. Paul's Cathedral and Writers' Building are also notable examples of colonial architecture. After freshen up, relax at the hotel, and evening will leisure or you can explore the local market near by the hotel. Overnight stay in Kolkata
Day 02:- Kolkata Sightseeing
Morning after delicious breakfast proceed for the Kolkata sightseeing, Howrah Bridge, This iconic cantilever bridge is one of Kolkata's most recognized landmarks. It spans the Hooghly River and is illuminated beautifully at night, Indian Museum, Established in 1814, the Indian Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in India. It houses a vast collection of artifacts, including art, archaeology, anthropology, Dakshineswar Kali Temple: Situated on the banks of the Hooghly River, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. It's known for its traditional architecture and spiritual significance, Belur Math, Founded by Swami Vivekananda, this serene complex is a symbol of harmony among different religions. It combines architectural styles from Hindu, Christian, and Islamic traditions, Kalighat Temple, Another significant Kali temple, Kalighat is visited by pilgrims seeking blessings from the goddess. The surrounding area is a hub of traditional markets and street food stalls, Marble Palace, A stunning mansion with a blend of neoclassical and traditional Bengali architectural styles. It houses a private collection of art, including paintings, sculptures, and antiques, Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity, Visit the Mother House, the headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity founded by Mother Teresa. This place pays tribute to her life and charitable work. Eden Gardens, One of the most famous cricket stadiums in the world, Eden Gardens also hosts a beautiful garden area where visitors can relax, Park Street, Known as "The Street that Never Sleeps," Park Street is a bustling area with numerous restaurants, cafes, and shops. It's a popular spot for dining and nightlife, Cultural Events, Kolkata is known for its cultural festivals and events, including Durga Puja, Kolkata International Film Festival, and literary festivals that showcase the city's artistic and literary traditions, Kolkata's Trams, The city's iconic trams offer a nostalgic ride through some of its oldest neighborhoods, allowing you to experience the city's everyday life up close, College Street, Home to numerous bookstores and academic institutions, College Street is a paradise for book lovers. It's often referred to as "Boi Para" (Book Lane). Park Street: Known as "The Street that Never Sleeps," Park Street is a bustling area with numerous restaurants, cafes, and shops. It's a popular spot for dining and nightlife. Overnight stay in Kolkata
Day 03:- Kolkata Departure
Morning after breakfast, our representative will assist you to transfer to the airport for your flight to onward journey with unforgettable memories.