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Ever wanted to tour the City at night - see the illuminations, the buildings after dark? Come see Victoria Memorial, the abandoned Maidan, Howrah Bridge lit up, the British built Howrah Station, the 'New' Howrah Bridge (Vidyasagar Setu) with it's varying colours (and a hidden platform to take a superb panoramic photo of it).. Let's stop for 'Chai' at one of Kol's famous dhabas in the dead of night.
See Kol as you've never seen her before, with empty and silent streets, no hawkers, no buses trying to run you over, far less heat. Come on a tour with us which no one else offers!
You will visit the following places:
Ochterlony Monument, Eden Gardens, Eden Gardens Stadium, Raj Bhawan, Vidhan Sabha, Town Hall, Cal High Court, GPO, Writers, St. Andrews Church, Lal Bazaar, Currency Building, Dead Letter Office, Standard Chartered Building, ER-HQ and; Railway Museum, Howrah Bridge, Howrah Station, Howrah Railway Museum, New Bridge, Nanda Kumar Execution Spot, Helipad, Lascar War Memorial, Princep Ghat, Victoria Memorial Hall.
At the end you will also be roaming around NH-6 for sometime before all come back to the place it had began.
The tour will be suited for heritage lovers, photographers, person who wish to see Kolkata at night
Inclusion: 1.Transportation Charges 2.Tea and Snacks 3.One bottle mineral Water
Exclusion: Anything which is not mentioned above and dinner
About LetUsGo's Explorer:
Anthony, a philanthropist and descendant of Johness Carapiet Galstaun, creator of most of the Raj era buildings in Kolkata - has started Ghost Walks as an interesting way of showcasing the city's built heritage. Ghost walks are big business in cities like Edinburgh, New Orleans and Sydney. His family built 350 buildings across Kolkata - Nizam Palace, Freemasons Hall, Queens Mansions, all of Ballygunge, big donors toward the construction of Victoria memorial. He was born here but grew up, studied, worked and live in the UK. Was with the famous 'Scotland Yard' for 10 years. Returned to India to start Swachh Bharat, a year before the present govt, in 2013, by setting up an NGO 'Garbage Free India'.