Kolkata With Air Fare 3N4D
Tour Overview : Kolkata -“The city of Joy”
Kolkata, India’s second biggest city, is a perpetually ongoing festival of human existence, concurrently luxurious and squalid, refined and frantic, pointedly futuristic, while beautifully in decay. A vibrant 350-year-old metropolis located on India’s Eastern Coast, the capital of West Bengal thrives on contradictions and imposing spectacles; nothing is commonplace in this city. Famously known as the City of Joy, Kolkata is, in every sense, the artistic, cultural and intellectual capital of the country. Kolkata’s streets are vivid, hectic, chaotic, and yet, brimming with life and creativity. Driven by the indomitable spirit of the self-made middle class, the city has created a beautiful juxtaposition of the old colonial-era charm with the nascent upcoming hipster culture that thrives amongst the city’s millennial residents.
Day 1: Arrive at Kolkata
Our Representative will meet and welcome you at your arrival at Kolkata Airport. Later transfer you to the hotel.
Kolkata is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. It is also the commercial capital of East India, located on the east bank of the Hooghly River.
Arrive and check in to the hotel. Evening free for leisure by own. Overnight stay at the hotel. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 2: Kolkata Sightseeing
Day-02- After breakfast, our representative pick you up from your hotel at approximately 9.30 am; time may vary as per your preference. First, you are taken to the Mother Teresa’s House to view her tomb and then to Nirmal Hriday. It is this place where Mother Teresa lived with her sisters to serve people. Our next trip is to the famous Howrah Bridge, also known as the Rabindra Setu. It is the third-longest bridge in the world and remains busy almost throughout the day. Built over the sacred Ganges, the river looks beautiful from the bridge. Now we move towards the oldest building of the British rule in the city, the St. John’s church. Near the church lies the grave of Job Charnock, who is the founder of the city. It is a stone and brick structure with a beautiful interior; built of wood and marble. You can see the large paintings of the Last Supper on the walls. It is also significant as it contains the round table on which the Charter of Calcutta was signed. Our next trip is to the exquisitely designed Marble Palace. Lying in the midst of a lush green meadow with artistic sculptures, this building is a treasure house of antiques, like curios from China and paintings of Ruben. Our trip ends with a visit to the majestic Victoria Memorial; a marble structure built-in memory of Queen Victoria. It is a blend of Mughal and British architecture. At present, it is a museum that exhibits paintings, miniatures, statues, and books, through which people can get an in-depth knowledge of Indian history. As the one day tour comes to an end, our representative escorts you to your hotel.
Day 3: Kolkata Sightseeing
Morning post breakfast proceeds for a city sightseeing covering Park Street, Victoria Memorial, Botanical Garden, Science City& National Library. Evening free for own activities or enjoy in the local markets of Kolkata. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4: Kolkata – Departure
Today morning after breakfast, transfer you to the Airport for your flight back home.
- Returned Air Ticket
- Assistance on arrival
- 03 Nights’ accommodation in 12 DBL rooms with 01 extra bed in above-mentioned hotel or similar
- 03 Breakfast + 03 Lunch and 03 Dinner is included
- All tour and transfer by 28 Seater Ac Coach
- All the entrance are included
- The guide will be attached to the group for sightseeing
- All toll parking driver allowance included.
- All taxes.
- Anything not mentioned in Package Inclusions
- Any type of Personal expenditure