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Kolkata formerly Calcutta, it is the capital of the state of West Bengal, India. Located on the bank of the Hooghly River. It is the third-most populated metropolitan area in India and the 13th most populous urban area and eighth largest urban agglomeration in the world. Kolkata is the commercial capital of East India. Kolkata was the capital of India during British rule. Kolkata has India's oldest operating port, Port of Kolkata and its sole major river port. The port hosts passenger services to Port Blair, capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Kolkata is subject to a tropical wet-and-dry climate.

Kolkata became a centre for revolutionary organisations during Indian independence movement.Kolkata has the only Chinatown in India. Kolkata was the first Indian city to have metro railways, cell phone and 4G connectivity, the GSM and CDMA cellular coverage is extensive.

Kolkata’s tradition of welcoming new talent has made it the intellectual and cultural capital of India, several Indian Nobel laureates and distinctively close-knit neighbourhoods (paras) and freestyle intellectual changes (adda) have contributed to the arts, film, drama, sciences, and other areas.

Calcutta tourist attractions are: Heritage Monuments & Structures: Fort William, Marble Palace, Calcutta High Court, Esplanade Mansions, Kolkata General Post Office, Kolkata railway station, Howrah station, Sealdah Station, Shalimar Station, South Eastern Railway Headquarters, Town Hall, Victoria Memorial, Central Municipal Building, General Post Office, Kumartuli, Raj Bhvan, Jorashanko Thakurbari, Bankshal Court, Burra Bazar, Calcutta Medical College, College Street, Dalhousie Square, LIC Building, Metropolitan Building, Netaji Bhawan, Princep Ghat, Shobhabazar Rajbari, State Bank, Vidyasagar Setu, Writer's Building.

Religious Places: St.Paul's Cathedral, St. Andrews Church, St. John's Church, Greek Orthodox Church, St. James' Anglican Church (Jora Girja), Armenian Church, Nakhoda Mosque, Tipu Sultan Mosque, Belur Math, Pareshnath Jain Temple, Badridas Jain Temple, Dakshineswar Kali Temple, Kalighat Kali Temple, Birla Temple, Guruduwara, Synagogues, Parsi Fire Temples, Japanese Buddhist Temple.

Academy of Fine Arts: Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Nandan

Museums: Asiatic Society, Gurusaday Museum, Indian Museum, National library, Nehru Children's Museum, Rabindra Bharati Museum, Victoria Memorial, Birla Industrial & Technological Museum.

Science Museums: Birla Planetarium, Science City, Energy Education Park.

Zoo: Alipore Zoo

Parks: Central Park, Elliot Park, Maidan, Nalban, Rabindra Sarobar, Citizens Park, Prinsep Ghat, Millenium Park, Nandan, Subhas Sarovar, Outram Ghat, New Town Eco Park.

Theme / Water Park: Nicco Park, Millenium Park, Nalban Boating Complex, Swabhumi, Aquatica, Wet-O-Wild.

Bridges: Chowringhee Avenue, Rabindra Setu (Howrah Bridge), Vidyasagar Setu (Second Hooghly Bridge), Vivekananda Setu (Bally Bridge), Nivedita Setu (Second Bally Bridge)

There are plenty of places for shopper's delight with bargain buys, exclusive boutiques, ethnic markets and mini bazaars namely New Market, Flower Market, air conditioned market, dakshinapan, vardaan market, assam government emporium, bengal home industries, bihar cottage industries, cauvery karnataka upahar, handloom house, many Malls.

Bengali Cuisine specialty lies in the perfect blend of sweet and spicy flavors. Bengal most famous dish is Machi Bhat (rice and fish). Most of the cooking is done using mustard oil. Bengali food always ends up with mishti (sweet). The most famous Bengali mithai are rasogolla, Chum Chum, Pantua, Pitha, Sandesh and many more. Many other multi-cuisine restaurants run by expert chefs for taste lovers.

Kolkata has many shows of films, drama and performing art conducted in numerous theaters and multiplexes through out the city.

Kolkata has many International hotel chains and budget hotels to choose your accommodation from.

Kolkata’s public transport is provided by metro railway, trams, and buses. Kolkata Metro, is the oldest underground mass transit system in India. Kolkata is the only city with a tram network. The public transports are nominally priced and the frequency is good. In parts of the city, cycle rickshaws, hand-pulled rickshaws, cabs and auto-rickshaws are also available for travelling through out the city.