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The Victoria Memorial:

The Victoria Memorial is a great monument in Kolkata constructed in honour of the former British empress of India, Queen Victoria. It is one of the most popular tourist spot of the city because of its beautiful architecture and wonderful stretch of greenery. Authorities have transformed the interiors of the palace into a museum, which offers a brief glimpse into the colonial days. It has been designated as a heritage building.


Princep Ghat:

Princep Ghat is a popular heritage site in Kolkata, built in memory of James Princep, an Anglo-Indian scholar. This Ghat which is rich in Greek and Gothic style of architecture is an old recreational spot in the city. Built on the banks of Hoogly River during the British Raj times, this is a perfect place for a relaxed evening stroll away from the bustles of the city. The location offers a panoptical view of the Kolkata from riverside with factories, palaces, mansions and skyscrapers as backdrops. You can enjoy boating here or just drop in to the numerous food stalls.

Timing: 24 hours.


Fort William:

Princep Ghat lies close to Fort William. This is a huge British citadel erected in 1773. It is centered upon a lush, green heartland of Kolkata known as the Maidan where there are ample opportunities for outdoor sports like polo, horseracing, rugby etc. Theplace is of great historical importance and definitely worth a visit.


Dalhousie Square:

Visitors to Kolkata should not miss the Dalhousie Square to get a grasp of the rich heritage of the city. Dalhousie Square also bears an important place in Indian history as it was the administrative hub of the former British-India. This section of Kolkata houses the General Post Office, which boasts of an Edwardian architecture and the Writer’s Building, a fascinating Gothic architecture. The Writer’s Building is the Secretariat Building of West Bengal.



No trip to Kolkata is complete without seeking the blessings of the Goddess Kali from the famous Kalighat temple. The place is of great religious significance and considered as one among the nine “shaktipeeths" of India.


Eden Gardens:

Eden Gardens is the largest stadium in India and the second largest in the world by its seating capacity. Need we say more to put Eden Gardens high up on your list of must-see places?


College Street:

A veritable haven forbibliophiles, this is the part of Kolkata from where you can buy original as well as second-hand books at unbelievably low prices. You might even stumble upon many rare books while you’re at it.


Birla Planetarium:

This single-storeyed dome-shaped structure located at the heart of the city is one of its most distinguished landmarks. Its structural design is inspired by the Buddhist stupa at Sarnath. There is an astronomical observatory here along with an electronics laboratory. The gallery is home to many valuable paintings and celestial models of famous astronomers.


Howrah Bridge:

The Howrah Bridge is symbolic of Kolkata city. It spans the Hooghly River, and links the city through Howrah. The bridge was renamed as ‘Rabindra Setu’ after the world renowned Bengali poet, Rabindranath Tagore.


Nicco Park:

Known as the “Disneyland of West Bengal”, Nicco Park is one of the earliest amusement parks in India. You can enjoy a variety of recreational and edutainment activities here.


Shaheed Minar:

Shaheed Minar was built in 1825 by the British East India Company. ”Shahid Minar” is also known as “martyr’s monument” as it is built in memory of the martyrs of Indian freedom struggle.


Zoological Garden, Alipore:

The Alipore Zoo is the oldest zoological park in India. The most popular animal here is the Royal Bengal Tiger.


St. Paul's Cathedral:

St. Paul’s Cathedral in Kolkata is one of the oldest shrines in India. This stunning architecture attracts many domestic and international tourists round the year.


Park Street:

An important street in the city, famous for its old world elegance, communal culture, numerous food joints and a thriving nightlife. The best time to visit Park Street is during Christmas when the whole stretch is lit up with thousands of lights.


Marble palace:

Marble Palace is a sprawling mansion in neo-classical style and dates back to the 19th century. It is one of the most elegant and well preserved houses in Kolkata built by a passionate wealthy Bengali merchant.