The Flowery Walk

Howrah Bridge is one of the most enduring symbols of the city of Kolkata. The sight of the rising sun in the backdrop of this majestic bridge is one which photographers have tirelessly captured over the years. We will show you some of the best hidden spots to capture the moment!

We will introduce you to the Indian tea or “cha” as the Bengalis call it. Very different from its Western version, the Kolkata street tea is big in flavour and is on the sweeter side. Served in earthen cups, this will cheer you up for this walk.

We will walk beneath the east end of Howrah Bridge – , Mulik Ghat – to watch the hustle of the buyers and sellers. This is also Eastern India’s largest flower market and the striking colours of the wide variety of flowers is just amazing. We will as well as the beautiful colours of various variety of flowers in the Eastern India’s largest flower market and then move on to see the Posta Bazar , the wholesale market for edible oil, salt, cereals, spices, food grains, sugar ,etc. A stroll ahead takes us to the burning ghat of Hindus and then to the potters quarter where we can see that by virtue of their artistic productions these potters have moved from obscurity to prominence. We really kept the best for the last on this walk!


  • Flower Market
  • Posta Market
  • Nimtala burning ghat
  • Kumartoli

  • Inclusions :

    Entry fees, Local snacks, coconut water /tea/coffee, English speaking guide .

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    The Flowery Walk
    Timings : 6 am to 8 :30 am
    Availability : Throughout the year
    Price: INR 3000 per pax
    ( for min 2 pax)
    INR 5000 per single traveller

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