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Located near the Mahanadi and Kathajodi rivers, Cuttack experiences a typical tropical climate with harsh summers and moderate winters. The summer season from March to June is hot and sticky with temperatures reaching a high of 40 degrees Celsius. The monsoon rainy season extends from June to October bringing moderate rainfall with temperatures dropping to a low of 30 degrees Celsius. The winter months from November to February are chilly and pleasant with regular sunshine making it a perfect time to catch the glimpse of the lovely city of Cuttack in all its glory.

How To Reach

By Road:

Cuttack is connected with the rest of India via good motor able road and highway network. Regular cab and bus services are available to reach Cuttack from all major Indian cities including  Bhubaneswar (25 Kms) and  Puri and kolkata (490 Kms)

By Air:

The closest airport to reach Cuttack is the Biju Patnaik Airport in Bhubaneswar located at a distance of 25 kms from the city center. The Bhubaneswar airport is well connected to the major cities of India with regular daily flights from like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad. Regular cab services are available from the Bhubaneswar airport to reach Cuttack.

By Rail:

Located on the Kolkata-Chennai main line, the local railway station at Cuttack has a good connectivity of regular trains. Cuttack is connected to other prominent cities within and outside Orissa making the journey to Cuttack via train, a much suitable and realistic travel option. The city is well-connected to the Delhi (Bbs Rajdhani Ex), Kolkata (Falaknuma Exp) and Chennai (Coromandal Exp) with daily train services.


The city of Cuttack is one of oldest cities of Odisha (Orissa) and is a popular tourism and commercial center of East India. Known as Abhinaba Baranasi Kataka in the medieval age, the city of Cuttack is the erstwhile princely capital of Orissa offering glimpses of ancient Forts and religious and cultural heritage of Orissa.


Owing its fertility to the water bodies functioning as tributaries of Mahanadi river system, Cuttack is a major producer of rice. Modern day Cuttack also known as the ‘Millennium City’ is an outstanding tourism spot with an array of impressive attractions. Being a commercial center, Cuttack has a lot of shopping avenues for the tourists including the famous handicrafts of Orissa. Being an old town, Cuttack is also famous as a heritage city. Travelers can also explore the folk artifacts, silver filigree work, silverware, horn and brass work and woven silk and cotton textiles while travelling around Cuttack.


Cuttack offers a great range of gourmet delights for the tourists including the staple Dahi bara alu dam bhindi bhajia and jeera pakhala. The city has many good eateries including budget to posh restaurants catering to the hospitality needs of a spectrum of travelers. Cuttack receives a great influx of tourists during the Baliyatra festival that is celebrated in November every year marking the ancient trade tradition between Orissa and Sumatra, Bali and Java.


Cuttack is an ideal place for a laid back cultural tour. You can link your heritage tour with neighbouring destinations like Bhubaneswar, Puri, Chilika and Konark. The people of Cuttack also known as Katakis are warm and friendly with Oriya being the most commonly used language. With several tourist attractions in and around Cuttack, the city is one of the most essential links to the golden triangle of Orissa.