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How to Reach KOLKATA

By Air

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is located in Dum Dum. The airport is one of the largest and busiest airports of the nation. It is well-connected to major International cities as well as those within the country through direct flights. Volvo buses as well as cabs are available to and from the airport to transport you to your hotel or place of residence.

By Road

Those who wish to hit the road to reach Kolkata can do so by taking the routes through National Highways and State Highways which link the City of Joy to almost all important cities of the country. 

By Rail

Kolkata’s railway system is also very well-connected to all cities and towns of the country. Two major railway lines that operate as the main starting points of the city’s trains are the Howrah Railway Station and Sealdah Railway Station. The Kharagpur Railway Station, Shalimar Railway Station and Chitpur Railway Stations play the role of substitutes. You have the option of taking superfast trains like Duronto Express, Shatabdi Express and Rajdhani Express or going for the regular trains to specific places. 

Getting Around in KOLKATA

When in Kolkata you will not have to worry much about getting around for the city’s transport system is robust and takes you to even the remotest corners.

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Visa Requirements for INDIA

Visitors to India mush obtain a visa from an Indian diplomatic mission unless they are from a country which has visa-free travel provision to India. India offers visa-free entry to the citizens of Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives (for 90 days). Travelers having an Overseas Citizens of India document or a Person of Indian Origin Card are also exempted from obtaining Indian visa. 
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