Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport Shaheed Pir Ali Khan Marg Near sheikhpura, Patna Bihar 800014
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport Jessore Rd Dum Dum, Kolkata West Bengal 700052

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About Kolkata

Kolkata (once Calcutta) is the capital of West Bengal and the second biggest city in India (after Mumbai). On the off chance that Bangalore is the Seattle of India, at that point, Kolkata is the sub-continents London. It is an 'in your face' city that stuns and charms the clueless guest. Servile destitution blends mysteriously with disintegrating British Raj-period pearls, rambling nurseries, and authentic universities. Since quite a while ago, known as the social capital of India, Kolkata keeps on bringing forth ages of artists, scholars, filmmakers, and Nobel Prize winners. In the event that your excursion takes into account a visit of a couple of India's metropolitan urban areas, at that point certainly consider setting Kolkata on your schedule. Love it or despise it, you unquestionably won't overlook the city on the Hooghly.

Places to shop:

  • Maidan Market
  • Chandni Market
  • South City Mall
  • Metropolis Mall
  • Treasure Island
  • City Center
  • New Market
  • Mani Square Supermall

Places to eat:

Kolkata was celebrated for having the best eateries sometime before Indians in different urban communities figured out how to eat out. A significant number of the cafés that line the roads in the Esplanade territory have been around for in excess of a hundred years (tragically, numerous additionally show their age!). Flury's, on Park Street, was once viewed as the best English pastry kitchen in all of Asia and you can nearly envision Joe Stilwell and Lord Mountbatten contending over who had direction over the united powers in Burma while getting a charge out of tea, scones, and coagulated cream!

Yet, the delight of nourishment in Kolkata is in its Indian food sources. Nizam's, in New Market, is credited with the innovation of the well-known Kati Kabab roll and still presents the most elite. Road merchants selling egg moves/chicken moves proliferate and their newly arranged kathi rolls are sheltered to eat and appreciate. Mughlai Paratha (a paratha loaded down with minced meat) is a Calcutta claim to fame and can be found in different 'lodges' off Chowringhee Road. 'Slashes', a kind of broiled ball loaded down with beets and veggies is another quirk that you won't discover anyplace else on the planet. Puchkas, the Calcutta rendition of paani-puri, is accessible in the city yet be careful about the water!

Bengali desserts are celebrated all over India. Roshogulla (cheddar balls dunked in a sugary syrup), Pantua - a seared variation of the equivalent, Rosomalai-the equivalent cheeseballs plunged in smooth improved milk, Mishti Doi (sweet yogurt), Sandesh (a few varieties accessible). Attempt a few shops like K.C. Das, Jugal's, Bhim Nag, Nakur Nandy, Sen Mahasoy, Ganguram and not to overlook Mithai. These are modest and ought to be eaten new.

Kolkata is additionally the home of Indian Chinese nourishment (presently making advances in faraway New York!). Chinese eateries are all over the place so attempt the Indian variation of hot and acrid soup and the well-known Indian Chinese dish of bean stew chicken.

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About Patna

Patna is the capital of Bihar and the second largest city in eastern India. Fluxed by the three hallowed streams Ganga, Sone and the Poonpun, the adventure of Patna through the ages can very be an object of jealousy for wherever agonising over its life-account. The city tweets of a great past and roosts on the energy of a clamouring and the best in class city. Legend has it that a purified Ganga had watched with veneration as a consecrated Buddha favoured this spot to be a domain of incredible Kings and their Empires. Having a place with the blue group of urban communities with an illustrious heritage, it is where the best sovereigns of India strolled, and where the best holy people lectured. Master Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru was brought into the world here. For anybody with a desire for history and religion, this spot flies high.

Today, it has turned out to be one of the quickest developing urban communities in India. With land blasting at a confounding pace, shopping centres, theatres, new organisations, food joints it conveys all elements for energetic city life, and a vacationer safe house to-be.

Places to shop:

  • Madhubani Paintings can be purchased from emporiums at Maurya Lok, a strip mall situated on "Dak-Bungalow" street.
  • You can visit numerous shopping centers around Frazer street/Dak Bunglow Crossing, for example, Vishal Mega Mart, Maurya Lok Complex and Patna Market on Ashok Rajpath, Hathwa Market, Bari Path and Alankar Palace and other shopping arcades close to Boring Road Crossing.
  • P&M Mall at Patliputra Kurji Road is the newest addition in the city.

Places to visit:

  • Patna Museum
  • Khuda Baksh Oriental Library - Ashok Rajpath
  • Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan)
  • Mahavir Mandir
  • Mahatma Gandhi Setu
  • Buddha Smriti Park
  • Sonepur
  • Vaishali Stupa
  • Golghar
  • Kumhrar
  • Takhat Shri Harimandir Ji Patna Sahib
  • Pathar ki Masjid
  • Gandhi Maidan
  • Padri Ki Haveli/St Mary's Church

Airport: Jay Prakash Narayan Airport is the main airport that serves the city of Patna. The airport code is PAT and the location is about 5km from southwest of Patna.

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What is the name and code for Kolkata airport?

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport is an international airport of Kolkata located in Dum Dum, West Bengal. The airport serves the city of Kolkata. Its airport code is CCU.

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How far is Kolkata airport from the city?

The distance of the airport from the main city is about 17 km.

What is the best time to visit Kolkata?

The best to visit the beautiful city of Kolkata is during the autumn and winter seasons. The months spanning from October to February are the most preferred duration. During this time, the weather is extremely pleasant and with festivity in the air. Since Durga Puja, which is one of the biggest festivals of Kolkata takes place during this period, tourists from all across the globe visit here.

What are the modes of transport from Kolkata airport?

When heading out to another city, one of the regular worries for guests is the forward adventure from the air terminal, particularly if hoping to be worn out and depleted from a long flight. Fortunately, Kolkata air terminal has numerous appropriate forward movement alternatives to arrive at the distinctive vacationer territories of the city and as the city is a cheap destination, this first voyage won't blow the whole occasion spending plan! Choices incorporate the brilliantly painted yellow taxicabs and loosening up cooled transports.

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