Sightseeing of KOLKATA

India’s second-biggest city is a daily festival of human existence, simultaneously noble and squalid, cultured and desperate, decidedly futuristic while splendid in decay - By its old spelling, Calcutta readily conjures images of human suffering to most Westerners – although that's not a complete picture of this 350-year-old metropolis - Locally, Kolkata is regarded as India’s intellectual, artistic and cultural capital -  Although poverty is certainly apparent, the self-made middle class drives the city's core machinery, a nascent hipster culture thrives among its millennial residents and its dapper Bengali gentry frequent grand, old colonial-era clubs

Drop and Visit: Prinsep Ghat, Tagore House, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Victoria Memorial Hall 

Drive Pass: General Post Office, Shaheed Minar, Eden Gardens, Akashvaani Bhawan, Howrah Station, Writers’ Building, Governor’s House, Ghat of Ganges, High Court, Maidan, Town Hall, Fort William, Race Course, Lal Dighi

Drive Over: Howrah Bridge and Vidyasagar Bridge

along with

Armenian Church, Belur Math, Birla Industrial & Technological Museum, Birla Temple, Botanic Garden, College Street, Dakshineswar Kali Temple, Eden Gardens, General Post Office, Howrah Bridge, Indian Museum, ISKCON Radha Govinda Temple, Kalighat Kali Temple, Kumartuli, Lal Dighi, Marble Palace, Mother House, Nakhoda Mosque, Netaji Bhawan, Paraswanath Temple – Digambar, Pareswanath Temple – Swetambar, Park Street Cemetery, Police Museum, Prinsep Ghat, Rabindranath Tagore’s House, Race Course, Raj Bhavan, Science City, Shaheed Minar, Shobhabazar Rajbari, St. John’s Church, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Star Theatre, Swami Vivekananda’s House, Town Hall, Tram Museum, Victoria Memorial, Vidyasagar Bridge, Writers’ Building, Zoological Garden


Kolkata, Eden Garden, Ganga, Tagore House, Jorasako, Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, Ganges,