Ah, so you have a plan to go to Kolkata. It is a wonderful place to go to. It has some amazing spots to witness.  This is the former British capital of India and it boasts of a memorable past that reflects via the attractive art, wonderful architecture, and dramatic literature of the city.  Since it is the cultural and intellectual hub of the country, the vibrant city calls you to explore its creative grandeur, stunning culture, and of course literary legacy via an exciting Kolkata sightseeing visit.

The Spots of Kolkata Will definitely enchant you

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If you are living in Mumbai, then you can think about Mumbai to Kolkata Flights and pick one for your trip.   The city won’t disappoint you when it comes to diversity, richness and charm.  Apart from its extensive history, and antique culture, following are some of the finest spots in this city that you should not miss.

Fort William

Located on the eastern banks of Hooghly River, this Fort Williams is a massive construction from colonial era that has catered manifold purposes till date. It is one of the few Kolkata attractions that is a must visit place during the Kolkata sightseeing trip. It is called the ‘black hole of Calcutta’, this destination was once a temporary prison where prisoners were hauled, but presently it serves as headquarters of Eastern Command.

Victoria Memorial

Scattered over fifty seven acres of land, encompassing twenty one luxurious green gardens, 28,394 amazing artefacts and 3,900 stylish artistic paintings, this memorial is one of the finest places to visit in Kolkata.  It was constructed in the memory of Queen Victoria and it might also interest you that the white marble beauty is a host to twenty lakh annual visitors.

Marble Palace

This magnificent nineteenth century palatial mansion situated in North Kolkata is one of the most witnessed tourist places in Kolkata. It is one of the finest restored regal family palaces in the country that brags about artistic statues, sophisticated glassware, and notable paintings of memorable artists of British Raj. It is a beautiful spot and you can find a great pinch of charm in this spot.

Howrah Bridge

Remember that your Kolkata sightseeing tour is really incomplete in the absence of visiting the amazing Harbour Bridge of India. This Howrah Bridge is titled as the ‘oldest but the busiest’ spot in Kolkata.  This bridge was constructed over the Hooghly River to ensure the connectivity between two chief cities of Kolkata and Howrah. The bridge gives a great view of the river and it has a distinct aura.

Sunderbans

The most popular Kolkata tourist spot, Sunderbans is one of the natural phenomena of the world.  It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Sunderbans is a portion of the world’s hugest delta created by the Ganges, Meghna and Brahmaputra. It is even the biggest Tiger reserve, and also national park in India.

Thus, even if you are not planning to go to Kolkata, by now you might have that craving in you to explore its tourist attractions.