Kolkata Tour

Same day return
India Tour
Pick up & drop from hotel.
Private licensed English speaking guide.
All transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle.
All taxes.
Driver allowances.
Any meals.
Any items not mentioned in Cost Includes.

Morning pick up from the hotel you are staying and proceed for sightseeing of Kolkata with English speaking guide.

Your morning sightseeing starts from the famous flower market - Kolkata's Malik Ghat flower market is an ultimate start-up of your journey to Kolkata that can fascinate any of you with its pulsating decorations and beautiful fountains, witnessed around the market. One will also surely be overwhelmed with its loads of petals and garlands of flowers. Immersed in marigolds and soaked with roses, this market is a gem to see.

Howrah Bridge
The Howrah Bridge is a lintel bridge that is used as a connectivity of Howrah city to its twin city, Kolkata. In West Bengal, it covers the Hooghly River. Erected in 1943, it is also renowned as the Howrah Bridge. It was originally known as the New Howrah Bridge. It was again declared as Rabindra Setu on 14 June 1965 after Rabindranath Tagore. He was a grand Bengal lyricist and the first Indian Nobel award winner.

St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral - St. Paul's Cathedral is a unique destination of Kolkata built in the dedication of Anglican Communion. It is the first 'Episcopal Cathedral Church' on the continent in India. Commissioned in 1839, this building was ornamentally adorned with Indo-Gothic pattern by William Nairn Forbes, a brilliant military engineer. The total amount that was spent on it was a cost of Rs. 5 lakhs. The architecture beauty of this church lies with persistent glass windows and two murals.

Victoria Memorial
Victoria Memorial – One of the fascinating sites, Victoria Memorial is a noteworthy tourist destination in Kolkata. Inaugurated by the Prince of Wales to commemorate Queen of Victoria, the princess of the United Kingdom, the Victoria Memorial Hall warmly welcomes you to come in. Constructed in the year 1921, the white marbles building looks like the “Taj”. Now, this memorial is shifted into a museum, housing a wide range of antiques and objects of forgone British era.

Stately Indian Museum
Stately Indian Museum – It is an affectionately remarkable museum of Kolkata, sporting a great collection of antiques, associated to the second-century BC Buddhist stupa.

Later drop at hotel (booked at your own).

Cost Per Person
Subject to minimum Two person travelling : USD 75 per person
Subject to Single person : USD 136 per person

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