Day 1 : (Central & South Kolkata)
Start by catching a taxi south to the city's most famous temple, Kalighat Kali. After this, visit Mother Teresa's Nirmal Hriday home for the destitute and dying, right next door check out the National Library in the 300-year-old former summer residence of Prince Azim-us-Shan, the grandson of Emperor Aurangzeb.
Enjoy the walk along Park Street to Chowringhee Road, taking in the upmarket shops and boutiques and perhaps stopping at Flury's.
one of the largest city-center parks in the world -- where the Ochterlony Monument, or Shahid Minar (Martyr's Tower), is worth noting. Walking west through the Maidan will bring you to Eden Gardens, India's most famous cricket stadium.
while much farther south is the imperious Victoria Memorial. Buy a ticket and venture in if you are keen to broaden your knowledge of the city's history.
Day 2 : (North Kolkata)
Early in the morning, head toward Howrah Bridge, where you can witness people bathing at the ghats (steps leading down to the Hooghly River). There you can sip Tea (chai.
Crossing over Howrah Bridge, head toward the Belur Math Shrine. From here you can either incorporate a short stop at popular Dakshineshwar Temple (across Vivekananda Bridge).
Head south to beautiful Paresnath Temple -- not as famous as the Kali temple, but certainly Kolkata's prettiest, and north Kolkata's star attraction. From here, you can head east to shop and eat at Swabhumi Heritage Plaza, a mall with 2.4 hectares (6 acres) of shopping, dining, and entertainment diversions. Move on to the nearby Marble Palace.
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