06 Sep 2022

Best Places Of Kolkata To Visit

Rahul Singh

Victoria Memorial

Set amidst the hustling city of Kolkata is the glinting white marble structure of glory, heritage and cultural past. The verdant gardens around complete the serenity of this building.

Vidyasagar Setu

The gigantic cables which create an unreal optical illusion sits around a river scape and the rise and fall of the sun. Reflecting the bustling city life, the bridge is a popular structure adorned with lights and street lamps.

Tagore's House

A gallery preserving the life and works of the great poet, Rabindranath Tagore, this red sandstone structure with foliage seems stuck in time as its design resemble old haveli’s of Kolkata. History and heritage can be learned thoroughly.

Nicco Park

This fun-filled amusement and water park is deemed heaven to people who like rides and attractions. Enclosing thrilling adventures and a good time, it is a must visit for the people who like to have fun once in a while.

Howrah Bridge

The steel suspension bridge which enhances a sunset and sunrise among its crevices is dawned with radiant lights in the evening. The river which flows below capture the loud and quaint aura of the place well.

Eden Gardens

With a vast verdant cover and seats stacked around in a circular pattern, this spot is famous for hosting some of the major cricket tournaments in the world. Being one of the oldest and first it is also called the ‘Mecca of Indian Cricket’.

Big Ben Clock Tower

An exact replica of the infamous Big Ben in London, it is a marvelous architectural building showcasing a big clock in cardinal directions to time in the time zones of Kolkata. The structure boasts of fibre reinforced polyester bricks.

Birla Planetarium

Resembling the Buddhist Stupa at Sanchi, this place is a layman’s dream to visit for stargazing. The latest technology and knowledge about our universe is displayed inside the walls of this magnificent structure.

Dakshineswar Kali Temple

Dedicated to Goddess Kali, this revered temple blusters its traditional nine-spire style of Bengal architecture. Colors of white and red cover the place of worship in beautiful patterns residing beside serene waters.

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