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Kolkata Trams

Noisy, dirty, crowded and slow. These adjectives perfectly describe what it's like to travel by Indian trams. But give it a go!

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Attractions near to Kolkata Trams

  • Victoria Memorial Hall

    An impressive marble museum, Kolkata's landmark and memorial building with beautiful gardens dedicated to Queen Victoria.

  • New Market

    Experience true India in this marvellous open-air market which has got just about anything you desire… and at a bargain price!

  • Howrah Bridge

    A beautiful piece of architectural engineering and a landmark of Kolkata. Walk over this charming massive bridge built in late 30's.

  • St. Paul's Cathedral

    A beautiful Neo-Gothic Anglican cathedral with exquisite paintings established in 1839. A feast for the eyes.

  • Paresnath Temple (Jain Temple)

    A nice, peaceful and well maintained temple with a small fish pond in front of it.

  • Indian Museum

    Interested in history? This is India's largest museum packed with interesting collections of antiques, armors, fossils and many more.

  • Kalighat Kali Temple

    The most famous Hindu temple in eastern India. Fling hibiscus flower at Kali's image and witness goats being beheaded to honout the goddess.

  • Indian Botanic Garden

    This botanical garden is home to some of the rarest plant species from all over the world, the most famous one being the Great Banyan Tree.

  • Nakhoda Mosque

    A large mosque in the heart of the city with a capacity to accommodate 10,000 people, surrounded by the bustling Burrabazar.

  • South Park Street Cemetery

    A peaceful historic graveyard from 1767 for early British residents including philologist Sir William Jones and Derozio. Well worth a visit.

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