There is one metropolis in India with cost of living suiting the pockets of all besides very affordable dining and shopping-well that’s Kolkata. This second largest city of India is also called the ‘City of Palaces’ due to the numerous palaces needless to say about the countless monuments. With salt lakes about two and a half miles to the east, the Hooghly River on the west, a creek on the north, besides a number of tourist attractions, there is more About Kolkata which you can explore after visiting the city.
Popularly known as the ‘social and cultural capital of India’, Kolkata is famous for its rich and vibrant culture. The ‘adda culture’ is a significant feature of the Kolkata culture. Festivals and cultural events are an intrinsic part of the Kolkata culture; poetry, music, dance and theatre are finely woven into the whole fabric of the Kolkata culture.
Kolkata is well connected with all parts of the country and with the rest of the world. Most domestic and international flights take off and touch down at Kolkata’s Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. Most trains from different corners of the country pass through Howrah and Sealdah stations. Kolkata is also connected to the neighbouring states by road, but long-distance buses are not the most convenient way to get to the city.
Shopping freaks, can take delight in shopping in Kolkata. Many an Indian family prefers shopping in Kolkata, especially clothes, furnishings, jewelry, etc. for marriage occasions. The city has room for all, right from street vendors to super markets. Shopping in Kolkata is all about bargaining.
Dining in the restaurants in Kolkata is incomplete without rice and ‘macher jhol’ (fish curry) followed by rasagolla at the end of the meal, especially for non-vegetarians. Fish is the specialty in most of the restaurants in Kolkata. You can opt eating in small restaurants to the big joints and appease your appetite.
Once you are rejuvenated, you can enjoy the nightlife in Kolkata. The myriad music played will activate your senses. You can visit any of the centers of nightlife in Kolkata – Fairlawn Hotel, Dublin, The Park, Tollygunge Club, and more.
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