Kolkata (also known as Calcutta) is currently the third-most populous metropolitan city in India after Delhi and Mumbai.
During the British colonial era from 1700 to 1912 Kolkata was the capital of British India. Kolkata witnessed a spate of frenzied construction activity in the early 1850s by several British companies. The construction was largely influenced by the conscious intermingling of Neo-Gothic, Baroque, Neo-Classical, and Oriental designs. Unlike many north Indian cities, whose construction stresses minimalism, much of the layout of the architectural variety in Kolkata owes its origins from European styles and tastes imported mainly by the British, and lesser extent of the Portuguese and French.
Today, many of these structures are in various stages of decay. Some of the major buildings of this period are well maintained and several buildings have been declared as heritage structures. Conservation efforts are patchy and are often affected by problems of litigation, tenant troubles, ownership disputes, old tenancy laws and a lack of funds.
|Belur Math||Accommodation||Return Airfare & Taxes|
|Dakshineshwar Kali Temple||4 Breakfast, 4 Dinners||Guide & Entry fee during sight seeing|
|Science City||Local Transport||Travel insurance|
|Kalighat Temple||Free Sightseeing||Service tax of 5%|
Welcome on arrival at Kolkata Railway Station/Airport-Transfer to Hotel.Evening at Leisure.Overnight Stay
After Breakfast proceed to local sight seeing.Visit Kalighat Temple, Birla Mandir, Indian Museum, Victoria Memorial,Eden gardens *, Birla Planetorium,Saheed Minar*, Raj Bhawan*,BBD Bagh,Writers Building*,GPO*, Howrah Bridge etc. NOTE: * Shown from Outside
After Breakfast Proceed to visit Belur Math, Dakshineshwar Kali Temple,Science City, Niccoo Park,Zoological Gardens etc. Overnight Stay
After Breakfast, Checkout from the Hotel and transfer to Railway Station / Airport.
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