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Kolkata has a sub-tropical climate. Summers (March to June) are very hot and humid and the temperature often shoots up to 40° C. Heavy downpours greet the city from June to September. Winters in Kolkata start around December and continue till February and the temperature falls up to 12 to 14° C. The period between October and March is moderate and the best time for visiting Calcutta.

How To Reach

By Road:

The GT Road and the major National Highways link Kolkata with the rest of the major cities of India. The city’s central bus terminus lies at its heart in Esplanade. The city can be better experienced by travelling through the lanes in hand-drawn rickshaws.

By Air:

Many domestic airlines connect Kolkata with other major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Guwahati , Bhubaneswar and Port Blair. The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport located in Dumdum is just 17 kilometers away from the heart of the city.


By Rail:

Railway networks connect Kolkata with other parts of India efficiently. Howrah and Sealdah are the two major railway stations of Kolkata.


Kolkata is known as the ‘City of Joy’ due to its vibrancy and rich heritage. Kolkata is a cosmopolitan city where people from many parts of the world live in perfect harmony, basking in the warmth and celebrations the city offers. The best thing about Kolkata is the friendly ambience which welcomes you from the moment you set foot in the city.


A perfect balance of tradition and modernity is the first thing you may notice about the city unlike other metros. The rich heritage of the city is best manifested in its diverse architecture. Kolkatta has everything your heart craves for like great shopping destinations, attractive nightlife culture, entertainment parks, museums, libraries, imposing palaces and magnificent monuments.


An underlying current of English architecture can be noticed in many of the imposing buildings inside the city as many of them belong to the days of British Raj. From the narrow, old lanes to the bustling Esplanade junction of Kolkatta, you will experience the tastes of diverse lifestyles which represent its dynamic pulse.


Take a ride on the antique trams for the experience of a lifetime. A leisurely stroll on the ‘ghats’ of Kolkata by the river side or a beautiful boat ride on the Ganges will be a great experience in away from the city’s bustles.


Choose to shop in any of the high-end malls which dot this metropolitan city or around the streets of Gariahat and New Market. The places are famous for clothes, accessories and cheap knock-offs of luxury brands.


Kolkata is famous for its mouthwatering sweets. Never forget to try “roshogollas”, “rajbhog”, “lyangcha” and “mishti doi” among the many other sweet the city specializes in.