Skip Your Duty & Explore Howrah City

Howrah is one of the favorite by travelers. Howrah is Kolkata’s twin city in the Indian state of West Bengal,like the twin cities that have sprouted around most metropolitan in India. Howrah is connected to Kolkata by four bridges namely the most popular Howrah, Vidyasagar, Vivekananda and Nivedita. 

Vidyasagar Setu Let Us Go

2nd Hoogly Bridge

A walk along with any one of these bridges is wonderful and the views one can catch of the river Ganga, the dhows and ships floating in it are amazing. 

There are so many tourist places in Howrah, which can be explored by visitors. Visitors can visit local attraction at any time which is suitable for them. May be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night. Sightseeing in Howrah, is also can be done by visitors & it will take half or one full day.

Howrah is well connected by road & rail routes to other parts of West Bengal and other states of India. Before it is too late, let’s go out for local sightseeing near Kolkata.

Best time to visit :

The best time to visit in Howrah during winter season.

There are several important place at Howrah, which are great places to visit in Howrah.

Howrah Rail Museum Let Us Go

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Howrah Railway Museum : Howrah Railway Museum is one of the best tourist places near Howrah Railway Station. This museum is next to Howrah Railway Station towards new building. Indian Railway is as diversified as the country India itself. This Rail Museum is managed by Eastern Railways. Read More 

Botanical Garden Let Us Go

Indian Botanical Garden Howrah

Botanical GardenSpreading over 273 acres this B’ GARDEN, has twelve thousand varieties of plants. Most famous attraction is the Guinness Record, 250 years old GREAT BANYAN TREE. Garden opens at 5.00 am. Start early morning, visitors will get the feeling of wandering in forest and also see various types of birds, trees, flowers, butterflies and many landscapes. Read More  

Belur math Let Us Go

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Belur MathBelur Math is located on the west bank of Hooghly River at Belur, near Kolkata, West Bengal, India the Mission was founded  by Swami Vivekananda. a parivrajaka – wandering monk  and  foremost disciple of 19th century mystic monk Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (1836-1886) founder of  the math. In his early days he was a priest in the famous Kali temple,Dakhsineswar. Read More 

Santragachi JheelSantragachi is a neighborhood of Howrah city in West Bengal, India, approx 14 km from Kolkata. Santragachi Railway Station serves as a railway junction for the South Eastern Railway. Read More 

Vidyasagar Setu : Vidyasagar Setu, commonly known as the Second Hooghly Bridge is built over River Hooghly. The bridge adjoins the twin cities of Kolkata and Howrah. Read More

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