Tourism In West Bengal

West Bengal, the state in eastern India is endowed with uniqueness in its diversity. It offers its visitors a matchless geographical variety. The state is a tourist’s paradise which includes hill stations, religious centres, wild life sanctuaries, and sea beaches. West Bengal is a land of magnificent landscape, flora fauna amidst the undulating terrains of the north as well as the effervescent seas in the south. This state is an exceptional amalgamation of culture, entertainment, artistry and boundless life. The streaming populace of the streets offers a strange beauty of the urban milieu, whereas the remote hill stations and sea beaches are perfect retreat for that very hectic urban population. West Bengal has everything of its own to offer through its impeccable natural beauty.

Visiting information on West Bengal 
By air: The international airport of West Bengal is at Kolkata which is called the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport and another domestic airport is at Bagdogra near Siliguri, in the North Bengal. These two airports are served by nearly all public and private airlines and linked to major Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangaluru, Chennai and many more. Within West Bengal most of the destinations are located at convenient distance from Kolkata to Bagdogra.

By rail: The state of West Bengal has good network of railways. Two railway stations namely: Howrah and Sealdah near Kolkata and New Jalpaiguri, close to Siliguri, are the major railway stations in the state. There are several other railheads that are served by important trains fro m all over the country and connect major destinations within the state.

By road: The state of West Bengal has an extensive road network system that covers the entire state. A number of National Highways and State Highways crisscross the territory. It is well linked with its neighbouring states like Bihar, Orissa and Jharkhand. Cross border road transportation is also equipped with neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. To know more read:


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