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Durgapur like most places in Eastern India experiences a typical sub tropical climate with harsh summers and moderate winters. The summer season from March to May can be hot and sticky with temperatures reaching a high of 45 degrees Celsius. Durgapur witnesses tropical cyclonic storms occasionally during the summer season. The monsoon season from June to September offers moderate rainfall giving respite from the harsh summer sun. The winters from November to February are pleasant offering moderate chill with temperatures dropping close to 10 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit Durgapur is between October and February.  

How To Reach

By Road:

Durgapur is located on the Howrah-Delhi Main Railway-Route and overlooking the National Highway No. 2. Reaching Durgapur by road is a convenient option for tourists as the city is well connected by good motor able highways and road network. Driving from Kolkata to Durgapur can take close to 3 hours while covering a distance of 175 Kms. Regular cabs and bus services ply between Kolkata and Guwahati to reach Durgapur.

By Air:

Durgapur does not have a dedicated airport and the international airport located at Kolkata is the nearest airport situated at a distance of 175 Kms. Kolkata airport is well connected by a regular flight connectivity from all major Indian cities. Bus and cab services are available freely from the Kolkata airport to reach Durgapur.

By Rail:

Durgapur railway station is well connected to all major cities in India and is one of the biggest stations on the Eastern Line. Located on the Howrah-Delhi Main Railway-Route, Durgapur is connected by a number of express and super fast trains including Howrah (Chambal Express), Delhi (Sdah Rajdhaniex), Guwahati (Dbrt Rajdhani) and Amritsar (Amritsar Mail).


Durgapur is a well known town located in the eastern state of West Bengal. Famous for its Steel Plant, Durgapur is one of the leading steel producing cities in the world. With its planned Industrial Township designed by British designer Joseph Allen Stein and Benjamin Polk, Durgapur offers various coal and steel industrial units including power plans and chemical engineering subsidies. Due to its commercial activity, Durgapur receives a regular influx of business tourists and the city has a spectrum of hotels from posh elite hotels to the budget ones accommodating all kinds of tourists.


Durgapur, the city named after Goddess Durga is an ancient town rich in Bengali heritage and culture. Located at a distance of around 180 kms from Kolkata, Durgapur receives a large influx of tourists across the year offering a blend of traditional culture and modern day excursions along with a booming commercial segment. Modern day Durgapur has wonderful shopping malls, arcades, cine halls and host of eateries offering Bengali delicacies and a wide spectrum of gourmet Shopping enthusiasts must try getting hold of some magnificent Bengali handicrafts made up of terracotta and wood making a perfect souvenir rekindling the old romance of Durgapur's traditional lineage.


The commercial city of Durgapur is a famous getaway for the young and old alike offering something for everyone. With its picturesque gardens, modern shopping malls and business centers, Steel industrial units and commercial activities, Durgapur is a buzzing town making it a perfect holiday destination.