Kolkata

Dec 15, 2018 - Dec 16, 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travelers saying about Kolkata?

9.8
Foodies
7.8
History Buffs
7.4
Family Travelers
6.9
Backpackers
6.4
Art & Design Lovers
Member reviews (81)
Simran Baid
Simran BaidKolkata (Calcutta), India
2/18/18

Park Street is the most happening part of Kolkata. With an array of the best food outlets to the new 42 storeyed building the place has it’s own charm. The Oxford Bookstore, Kwality restaurant, Flurys, Barbeque Nation are the must visits.

Abhishek Garg
Abhishek GargJaipur
1/2/18

There for business,the place is lush green and full of different variety of food.

Gourab Kumar
Gourab KumarLisle, Illinois, USA
2/11/16

City with a heart and soul. One of the most friendliest city and busy and biggest city in India. A city with rich history and cultural importance. Largest and most important city in East of India

Scott Stone
Scott StoneNew York City
8/21/15

Kokata (it will always be Calcutta to me) is a city that is not easy to love on first impression. The city is dirty and does not have the sexiness of Mumbai, but there is an energy about this place and pockets of it I love very much. For instance to stand on the Howrah Bridge which spans the Hooghly River is an unbelievable colorful display of every type of transportation you can imagine (and moving all sort of unusual things) There is some handsome Colonial era architecture, such as the Victoria Memorial. Also, visit the Kali Temple,Tagore's House (the famous Bengali writer/poet/composer) and Mother Teresa's "Mother House. This is a city with grinding poverty that is very evident, but it is also know as the "intellectual and cultural capital" of India.

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