Places to See in Kolkata

Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial, a landmark white marble building and a symbol of the city, was built between 1906 and 1921. It also houses a museum, displaying a diverse collection of artefacts from the era of Independence.


the exterior white facade of Victoria Memorial during day time
view of Howrah Bridge during daytime

Princep Ghat

Built during the British Raj and just by the Hooghly River, Princep Ghat is a must-visit during your stay in Kolkata. The destination presents pristine views of the river and the magnificent Second Hooghly Bridge.

Trip to the Holy Ganga

Feel connected to the sacred land of Kolkata as you inhale the aura of the holiness at the Ganga ghats. This serene tourist spot, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, encapsulates you in its tranquillity. The spot is surrounded by calming nature and offers breathtaking views.

view of Howrah Bridge during daytime 4
a bar counter table where drinks are kept

Visit Park Street

Park Street is one of the most popular tourist places in Kolkata. When the city sleeps, that's when Park Street comes alive! It is known for its vibrant nightlife and a plethora of restaurants, bars, shops and pubs.

A Ride Across Howrah Bridge

Stretching across 705 meters, Howrah Bridge is a popular landmark in Kolkata. It is the world's sixth-longest cantilever bridge, renowned for its extravagant shape. Built over the River Hooghly, it offers a mind-blowing view. Riding across the bridge is one of the most anticipated experiences in the City of Joy!

view of Howrah Bridge during daytime
a view of Eden Gardens during night time with flood lights on and players in the ground

Trip to Eden Gardens

Eden Gardens is the pride of Kolkata. It is one of the most renowned cricket grounds in the world, known as the 'Mecca of Indian Cricket.' It is famous for hosting many popular international cricket matches, including those in the IPL.

Visit Mother Teresa’s House

The Mother House of the Missionaries of Charity is a small exhibition built to commemorate Mother Teresa and her charitable works. Located amid serene surroundings, it is one of the must-see places in Kolkata.

a statue of Mother Teresa with a building in the background
a meadow of pink and white flowers with greenery covering

A Leisurely Stroll at Botanical Gardens

The Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden is known for its picturesque views and colourful blooming flowers. It exhibits more than 12,000 species of flowers. The star of the garden is the ancient banyan tree, known as the Great Banyan. Every spot in the garden yields an Instagram-worthy picture.