Arrival at Kolkata Airport, assistance upon arrival and transfer to hotel / resort, get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visits in Kolkata as per the timings,

Kolkata (also known as Calcutta) the city also popular as ‘the city of joy’, once the capital city of India under the British Raj, famous for colonial architecture, museums, art galleries, traditional food, music and theatre, an amalgamation of traditional and modern. The city is almost 300 years old and is an eclectic mix of the splendid decaying past and the promising new future, known as the cultural hub that has produced some of the best writers, poets, performing artists and works of literature. As a foodie capital best known for its street foods, What Bangkok is to Thailand, or Osaka is to Japan, is what Kolkata is to India. There are many Mosques in Kolkata famous for their mesmerizing Indo-Islamic architecture and heritage. The British had built amazing buildings during their heydays and today Kolkata flaunts the colonial-era architecture with pride  

The Victoria Memorial is much more than an iconic landmark or a historical building the unique monument spellbinding legacy of the British Raj in the City of Kolakat. This magnificent monument cum museum stands as a reminder of the city’s colonial and architectural heritage. Nestled against lush green lawns, this opulent memorial made of marble, features Indo-Saracenic architectural style which displays a blend of Mughal and British elements along with Egyptian, Islamic, Venetian, and Deccani elements

Prinsep Ghat located on the banks of river Hooghly, offers the beauty of a British-era monument, amazing views of the river and Vidyasagar Setu (Second Hooghly Bridge). In the evening, the whole place has a dreamy aura with the lights adding to its visual appeal

Park Street the best place to experience the nightlife of Kolkata, uniquely lined-up with countless showrooms, restaurants this thoroughfare is rightly called the heart of the city




After breakfast move for Sightseeing / Visits in Kolkata  

The Nakhoda Masjid (Mosque) built as an imitation of the mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Akbar in Agra, the mesmerizing piece of Indo-Islamic architecture. The masjid has three domes and two minarets which are 151 feet high, and 25 smaller minarets which range from 100 feet to 117 feet high and give the mosque a majestic look. The mosque is made from exquisite granite, as you lay sight on the gateway of the mosque, you will notice that it resembles the Buland Darwaza of Fatehpur Sikri. Inside is a superb exhibition of exquisite ornamentation and artistic extravaganza, its prayer hall has a capacity of 10000 

The Indian Museum in the city of Kolkata one of the oldest in the world, established over 200 years ago by the Asiatic Society of Bengal, the museum is also known as Imperial Museum. It houses unique collection of artifacts that narrate the social and cultural history of India from pre-historic times

BBD Bagh also known as Dalhousie Square is one of those pockets of the city Kolkata where you can witness the architectural magnificence of the British era.  Spend some time soaking in the beauty of the stately buildings that lend the city an old-world charm

Eden Gardens the oldest cricket stadium in India. Built in 1864, by Lord Auckland Eden, the then Governor General of India. It is largest cricket stadium in India and second largest the world, after the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia. The stadium has a seating capacity of around 68000 and also known for the loudest audience

Howrah Bridge one of the most recognized landmarks in India, an engineering wonder built without bolts and nuts. You can simply drive down the bridge or take a ferry ride to witness its magnificence. The synonymous to Kolkata, and has remained the face to the City of Joy since antiquity. One of the early engineering and architectural marvels, the bridge is sixth longest suspended span cantilever bridge in the world and the world’s busiest cantilever bridge



After breakfast transfer to Kolkata Airport as per the timings,