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Cheapest Flights from Istanbul to Kolkata

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Lowest Fare
Date
04-Jan-23
Departure
20:15 - 10:20
Duration
14h 05m
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Connecting
Lowest Fare
₹40914

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05-Jan-23
Departure
20:15 - 20:35
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00h 20m
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Connecting
Lowest Fare
₹40914

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What is Kolkata best known for?

Kolkata, the capital state of West Bengal, is the primary commercial, business, and financial centre of Eastern India. Kolkata, earlier known as Calcutta, was the capital of India until 1911. It is the centre of West Bengal’s film industry and is known for its rich culture, food, and beautiful architecture from the British era. The first underground metro rail was first started in Kolkata, and the trams running on the streets of Kolkata are so pleasing to see.

The best-known places in Kolkata

  • Park Street –Park Street is Kolkata's favourite hang-out place, and it is now named Mother Teresa Sarani. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants, and it is an inseparable part of Kolkata tourism.
  • South Park Cemetery - This is another famous tourist place in Kolkata. The South Park Street Cemetery is different from the other places in the city. The memorials here are built with a good taste and enhanced with tombs and sculptures.
  • Dakshineswar Kali Temple - This temple is of the goddess Kali. In 1855, a manifestation of goddess Kali, Bhavatarini, was built by a philanthropist called Rani Rashmoni. It is a famous pilgrimage place, and it stands on the serene eastern bank of the Hooghly River. It is among one of the most famous temples in Kolkata.
  • Belur Math - The historic Belur Math is located on the western bank of the Hooghly River. It welcomes people from all over the world, and is considered as the headquarters of Ramakrishna mission. The popular religious spot consists of prayer halls and shrines dedicated to Sri Ramakrishna. The spiritual ambience and its exquisite architecture make Belur Math one of the best places to visit in Kolkata.
  • New Market - There are more than 2,000 stalls in the New Market, and it is a one stop destination for all your needs. It was built by the British in 1874, and the market was earlier known as Sir Stuart Hogg Market. The market has now adapted to the classic Indian routine in the 21st century. You will get to see the brightly lit street lights, and the stalls serving delicious tea and snacks.
  • Victoria Memorial - The architectural brilliance of this great big, white marble building that stands in the middle of the city was built under George Curzon, the then Viceroy of India. It is an integral part of Kolkata tourism. The memorial has now been transformed into a beautiful museum.
  • Howrah Bridge - It is the fourth busiest Cantilever bridge in the world. It is one of the best places to visit in Kolkata. It is built on the river Hooghly and it connects the eastern Bank of Howrah to the western banks of Kolkata. The construction of this bridge was started in 1939 and the bridge was later renamed Rabindra Setu.

Airport in Kolkata

Kolkata airport is one of India's oldest airports and is situated 15 km from the centre of the city. The airport is the largest hub for air traffic and the fifth busiest airport in India. You can find all IndiGo flights from here.

  • Airport address: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052
  • IATA code: CCU

The Istanbul to Kolkata flight route

IndiGo presents a range of direct and connecting flights on the Istanbul to Kolkata route. The shortest flight from Istanbul to Kolkata operated by IndiGo takes 12 hr and 5 min.

An easy way to book your flight tickets from Istanbul to Kolkata is to visit the IndiGo website or download the IndiGo mobile app. Passengers can also explore the IndiGo website for multiple flight options to Kolkata.

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What are the benefits of booking flights with IndiGo?

IndiGo flights from Istanbul to Kolkata are problem free and cover the shortest distance in the fastest time. You can book flight tickets for your round trip with just a few taps on your smartphone. IndiGo offers a host of services, including:

  • Fast Forward- With this Fast Forward service, your baggage is treated on priority basis, thereby helping you save time.
  • IndiGo Promise - IndiGo Promise guards you against delays, cancellations, and lost baggage.
  • Seat Plus - Pertaining to this Seat Plus service, you are free to make a choice between a window seat, seat, or extra legroom seat.

All about Istanbul

Istanbul is the biggest city in Turkey, and it is historically known as Byzantium and Constantinople. Istanbul is the country's economic, cultural and historic centre, and it is the most populated city in Europe. It is the world's fifteenth-largest city. It has a population of over 15 million residents, comprising 19% of the population of Turkey.

This city grew in size and influence, and became an icon of the Silk Road and one of the most important cities in history. In recent times, more than 13.4 million foreign visitors came to visit Istanbul. The city is the world's fifth-most popular tourist place. Istanbul is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and hosts the headquarters of numerous Turkish companies.

Things Istanbul is best known for

  • Top government bodies: Presidency of The Republic of Turkey, Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Heritage monuments: Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern, Istanbul Archaeological Museums, Dolmabahce Palace, Chora Museum
  • Religious sites: Hagia Sophia Museum, Hagia Eirene, Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Green Tomb
  • Shopping hubs: Grand Bazaar, Egyptian Spice Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar
  • Parks and gardens: Yıldız Park, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Directorate of Parks and Gardens, Emirgan Park, Belgrad Forest

Airport in Istanbul

Istanbul airport is the main international airport in Istanbul, Turkey. It is located in the Arnavutköy district on the European side of the city.

  • Airport address:  Istanbul Airport, Tayakadın Terminal Cad. No:1, 34283 Arnavutköy/İstanbul, Turkey
  • IATA code: IST

FAQs about Istanbul to Kolkata flights

Does IndiGo provide inflight snacks for kids?

IndiGo provides inflight snacks for kids in both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian category.

How can I book excess baggage with IndiGo?

You can easily pre book your excess luggage by visiting IndiGo website or mobile app.

What are the best places to stay in Kolkata?

The best places to stay in Kolkata are Taj Bengal, The Elite Apartment Hotel, Holiday Inn, Lemon Tree Premier.

How far is the airport from the main city?

Kolkata airport is about seventeen kilometres away from the main city.

How can I get around in Kolkata?

Buses, Metro, trains, taxis, rickshaws, and trams are the cheap options to travel around in Kolkata.

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