Kolkata the second largest metropolis and the capital of West Bengal enjoy a rich cultural and traditional heritage. The city has served as India’s capital under the British rule from 773–1911. The 200-year colonial rule resulted in many imperial buildings that are adorning the city’s landscape. These colonial edifices have become vital to the essence and are synonyms to Kolkata’s rich and diverse heritage. Writer’s Building, Dalhousie Square (B.B.D Bagh), Raj Bhavan(Governor’s House), Bidhan Sabha(State Assembly Building), Kolkata Municipal Corporation Building, St John’s Church(Oldest in Kolkata), Black Hole Monument and Victoria Memorial. Though in the modern times the metropolis has witnessed new townships and modern suburban areas jutting, still the city retains its old world charm. Trams, rickshaw pullers, old shops and delicious street food paint the town in its old world charm.
The city is also known for celebrating its traditions and festivity in pomp. To see travellers must visit the city during the Durga Puja festival in the month of October. Kolkata certainly gives a plethora of reasons to visit and explore the old and modern day charm it holds.
Kolkata is magic and exploring the town is an unforgettable experience. Enjoy the classic tram ride while discovering the colonial rich heritage peppered around the city. Relish the delicious food revelling in the festivity and enjoying the unabashed ambience the city is cherished for. Book Kolkata tour package with Tybros Holidays.