1. Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial Hall is one of the most majestic monuments not only of the Calcutta region but of our country as a whole. Today, Victoria Memorial Hall represents the brilliant and glorious British architecture as a real symbol of the City of Kolkata

2. St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral, in London, Anglican Bishop’s Cathedral. It is situated within London’s main area, on Ludgate Hill and northeast of Blackfriars.

3. Prinsep Ghat

The Princep Ghat in Kolkata overlooking the Hoogly River is located on the bank of the canal and is one of Kolkata ‘s oldest tourist spots. The Palladian porch was designed in memory of eminent Orientalist James Prinsep, and is the main attraction in Princep Ghat.

4. Howrah Bridge

Howrah Bridge is located in West Bengal, India between the twin towns of Howrah and Kolkata. The bridge, 705 m long and 30 m wide, was built above the Hooghly River in 1943. It was rechristened in June 1965 as Rabindra Setu, after Rabindranath Tagore, the first Indian Nobel laureate. Commonly, the bridge is called the Howrah Bridge.

5. College Street

College Street is a 900-meter long Central Kolkata street in West Bengal ‘s Indian province. It stretches from B.B. Crossing Ganguly Street to MG Road via the Dr. Lalit Banerjee Sarani crossing and crossing Colootola Street / Surya Sen Street

6. Shobha Bazaar

Shobhabazar is a neighborhood of North Kolkata, in Kolkata district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

7. Shyam Bazaar

Shyam Bazar is part of the original Kolkata created some 300 years ago. Shyam Bazar was at the time the part of the city where the natives (Indians) used to live. At one time in the history of Kolkata, Shyam Bazar was considered the town’s border.

8. Calcutta Bungalow

A renovated townhouse of the 1920s is representative of a glorious age in the architecture of Calcutta. In the heart of the city’s Bengali section, referred to by the British as Black Town. A quick 30-minute drive from the airport. Six beautifully decorated bedrooms with all new amenities. Tastefully and lovingly designed by Swarup Dutta, a renowned local artist.

9. Kumortuli 

In northern Kolkata, West Bengal, Kumortuli is a popular potter’s quarter. The city is renowned for its sculpting prowess which not only produces clay idols for various festivals but also exports them regularly.

10. Artsy Coffee And Culture

Artsy, Coffee & Culture is the first art cafe in Kolkata to offer excellent food and tasteful art, and it’s our latest favorite to go.