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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport Jessore Rd Dum Dum, Kolkata West Bengal 700052
Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport Agartala Tripura 799009

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About Agartala

Agartala is the capital of Tripura and is the second biggest city in North-east India after Guwahati, both in terms of civil territory and population. The city is an amalgamation of two words, Agar, which is a sort of oily valuable perfume tree, and suffix tala, a storage facility.

Agartala is celebrated for its sanctuaries, castles, and rich history of the Manikya lords and its association with Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. Agartala is additionally noted for its bamboo crafted works, hand-woven shawls, and materials. Its close proximity to Tripura (25km from Sipahijala, 55km from Udaipur, 50km from Neer Mahal, 178km from Unakoti) makes Agartala an appropriate base to explore the rest of the state.

Places to visit:

  • Heritage Park
  • Ujjayanta Palace
  • Sukanta Academy
  • Maharaja Bir Bikram College
  • Tripura Government Museum
  • Sukanta Academy
  • Jagannath Temple
  • Lakshmi Narayan Temple
  • Nehru Park
  • Venuban Vihar
  • Rabindra Kanan
  • Gedu Miar Maszid
  • Mariam Nagar Church

Places to eat: The city of Agartala may have a predetermined number of eateries yet it fosters a range of cuisines ranging from Chinese, Continental, Indian, Thai to Bengali. A brilliant and lively street food culture is additionally present in the town and various seared snacks, tea and so forth can be relished while you are in the city. Since there is an unmistakable impact of Bengali cooking on the town's platter, various mainstream Bengali desserts can also be savoured here. Some of the must-try food hubs are:

  • Aamantran Pure Veg Restaurant
  • Street food junction
  • Khunti Kadai
  • Momos n more
  • Brew Bakes Cafe

Airport: Agartala Airport is located about 12km northwest of the city in Singerbhil. The airport code is IXA. IndiGo operates multiple flights from this airport including return flight to Kolkata from Agartala.

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About Kolkata

Passing through the city roads, one quickly sees the contrast among Kolkata and other Indian urban areas. There are very few marvellous high rises, similar to Mumbai or Delhi, nor are there a large number of shopping centers. Look carefully, while the taxi gradually clears its path through traffic, and you will see old structures, with enormous galleries, their paint stripping off, suggestive of a magnificent time passed by. Kolkata will not move and is a cheerful time permitting zone – one which supports its loose and sluggish character. Superficially, the city isn't a lot. Yet, dive further, and you will be cleared away by a rush of culture, fun, nourishment and skip.

Each vacationer who visits Kolkata does the standard traveller schedule and visits renowned milestones. However, the spirit of the City of Joy is settled in profoundly in different places too. Kolkata is a whole of one of a kind encounters. While all of them probably won't be nitty-gritty underneath, the rundown is an incredible beginning stage for any individual who needs to explore Kolkata marginally in an unexpected way.

Best time to visit: For perfect weather and to taste the festive spirit of Kolkata, the best time to visit is the autumn and winter months that range between October and February.

Places to visit:

  • Victoria Memorial
  • The Indian Museum
  • The Marble Palace
  • Nehru Children’s Museum
  • National Library of India
  • Birla Planetarium
  • Town Hall
  • The Central Park
  • Rabindra Sarobar or The Lake

Places to eat: The city is a foodie's play area. Kolkata is known for its vivid street food delights and a walk around the Maidan zone during night hours won't baffle you. A string of hawkers sell chaat, bhelpuri, papri-chaat, jhal-muri, and many other lip-smacking delights. After you have satisfied yourself, dive into the hot pakodas, bhajiyas and taste warm tea in and around Dalhousie. Kolkata has given birth to the most loved snack, 'kathi-roll' and Nizam is the best spot to dive into these extravagant rolls. Close to Nizam, Aminia serves probably the best biryani in the city. Kolkata's biryani is popular, and some great biryani can be eaten at Arsalan, and Royal Hotel.

Airport: Kolkata Airport is located about 16 km northeast from the main city. The official name of the airport is Kolkata Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, which was kept in the honour of a Bengali freedom fighter, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Prior to this, it was known as Dum Dum Airport. The airport code is CCU.

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FAQs about Kolkata to Agartala flights

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What is the name and code of Agartala airport?

Agartala Airport is located at about 12km northwest of the city in Singerbhil. The airport code is IXA.

When is the earliest and last flight from Kolkata to Chandigarh?

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How far is Agartala airport from the city?

The distance between the airport and the main city of Agartala is about 12km and it takes about 20 minutes.

What is the best time to visit Agartala?

Tourists can visit the beautiful city of Agartala all year long. However, April to July is the best time for sightseeing the city at its best.

What are the modes of transport available from Agartala airport?

Cabs and auto-rickshaws are accessible outside the airport. The drivers rush around the arrival entryway and are generally dependable. The drive to the city takes roughly 20 minutes.

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