“IN & AROUND KOLKATA”
Kolkata, a city strongly associated with British rule and the East India Company, has a fascinating relationship with its colonial history. This city is more relaxed than some of its modern Indian counterparts, and residents claim a strong relationship to its colonial past. With a rich literary tradition and strong educational institutions, Kolkata also has a more relaxed and peaceful feel than some of India’s other modern metropolises. Combined with spicy Bengali cuisine and a love of fried street food, it proved a rewarding place to explore.
Kolkata City Sightseeings …
- Report at 8 am at Dalhousie Square
- Starts at 8.30 AM
- Drive pass Raj Bhavan, Akashvani Bhavan (All India Radio), St. John’s Church, Bidhan Sabha (Assembly), High Court, Treasury Building, GPO, Writer’s Building, Howrah Bridge.
- Belur Math, Dakshineswar Temple, Jain Temple, Police Museum, Raja Ramohan Museum.
- Lunch (Own Cost).
- Saheed Minar, Town Hall (Eden Garden Drive pass), Princep Ghat, River Side Ganga, Netaji Bhavan, St.Paul’s Cathedral, Victoria Memorial.
- Tour end at Victoria Memorial at 5.00 pm (Approx).
Reservation: Khorlo Tours & Travels (P) Ltd
Departure: Daily (Except Monday)Excludes: Entry fees, Lunch. Rate: 450/- Per Head.Includes: AC coach, Sightseeing, Guide, Parking Fees.Note: