Located on the east bank of the Hooghly River, Kolkata was the first British-era capital of the subcontinent. It is considered to be the country’s most cultured city, with a stellar literary and artistic heritage. Colonial architecture shares space with a diverse mix of local experiences here.
Dig Into Some Local Food
Take Home Bengali Sweets
Absorb Some Learning
Along with its rich history and heritage, Kolkata is also known for its largest Eco Tourism Park in the country. Situated in the New Town area of Rajarhat, this urban park is spread across an area of around 190 hectares of land.