September 18, 2021

16 Famous Places to Visit in Howrah

Howrah

Top Tourist Attractions in Howrah

Howrah is a city in the West Bengal state of India. Howrah is on the western bank of the Hooghly River, just across from Kolkata. It is the administrative centre of the Howrah Sadar subdivision and is located inside the Howrah district. The bridge is still known as the Howrah Bridge. The Hooghly River bridge is one of four on the river, and it is a well-known emblem of Kolkata and West Bengal. The Vidyasagar Setu (also known as the Second Hooghly Bridge), the Vivekananda Setu, and the recently constructed Nivedita Setu are the other bridges.

Best Places to Visit in Howrah

  1. The Howrah Bridge
  2. Belur Math
  3. Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Botanic Garden
  4. Vidyasagar Setu
  5. Andul Rajbari
  6. Santragachi Jheel
  7. Gadiara
  8. Rail Museum
  9. Belilious Park
  10. Babughat
  11. Tipu Sultan Mosque
  12. Swami Vivekananda Temple
  13. Lal Dighi
  14. Nivedita Setu
  15. Tiretta Bazaar
  16. Smaranika Tram Museum

Best Time to Visit in Howrah

The winter season, from November to February, is the greatest time to visit Howrah. Temperatures range from a high of 29°C to a low of 12°C, making for a nice day. From November onwards, tourism picks up, and Howrah welcomes visitors from all over the world.

How to Reach Howrah

By Air

The nearest airport is Kolkata, India’s Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, which is 52 kilometres away.

By Rail

By train, the distance from Howrah to Hooghly District Head Quarter Chinsurah is approximately 35.6 kilometres. To go to Chinsurah, use the local rail from Howrah Station (Chuchura). It took around an hour to get to 1 hour.

By Road

By road, the distance from Howrah to Hooghly District Head Quarter Chinsurah is approximately 42.6 kilometres. To get to the District Head Quarter, use the bus or a car.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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