Kolkata, India travel tips

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Only 16 km from the city centre, the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport serves the city.

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Trains connect Kolkata to neighboring cities. It is your best option for regional travel.

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Feel free to rent a car in Kolkata. It is relatively cheap and easy to obtain.

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English is widely spoken at an acceptable level.

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Soccer and cricket are the most popular sports played in Kolkata.

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Hyatt Regency will give you comfort and excellent service. A real five star experience.

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Hotel Bawa Walson offers a comfortable stay with modern equipment.

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The Shree Shyam guest house welcomes travelers for an affordable price.

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A smile usually means showing sympathy. Smile back!

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Travelling to Kolkata around New Year's eve? Participate in the Bengali celebration known as Poila Boshak.

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Gaze at the city from the minarets of the Nakhoda Mosque and witness the beauty of Islamic architecture.

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Today a museum, Victoria Memorial is a fine example of British colonial architecture.

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Interested in poetry? Visit the Tagore house and discover the life and works of India's most famous poet.

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The dominant religion in Kolkata is Hinduism, but there is a large Muslim community in the city.

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Enjoy great music and a large dance floor in Big Ben with your friends.

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Kolkata has a vibrant nightlife. Start your discovery at Oly Pub.

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If you're looking for the finest Asian food in one place head for Panasian.

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Want to try a multicultural cuisine? Visit Tangerina and try the best of the region mixed together.

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Visit the Kolkata Food Walk and sample the very best of Indian cuisine.

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There are a number of tourist information points around Fort William.

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