Ryask Tourism

Kolkata City Tour


Explore Kolkata with our diverse City Tours, featuring taxi sightseeing, one-day packages, and AC bus tours. Contact us for pricing and a tailored experience. Specialized walks include religious, street food, and heritage tours. Immerse yourself in the “City of Joy” with knowledgeable guides and air-conditioned transport. Kolkata, the cultural capital of India, offers a rich history, including connections to Nobel Laureates and freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Discover iconic landmarks like Victoria Memorial and cultural institutions like the Academy of Fine Arts. Book your Kolkata City Tour for an unforgettable journey into the heart of this vibrant city!

At Kolkata City Tours, we specialize in offering private and small group tours in and around the vibrant city of Kolkata. Our tours provide a unique and immersive experience, as they are led by knowledgeable guides and conducted in air-conditioned cars and buses. We take pride in our commitment to showcasing Kolkata through the lens of its local residents.

kolkata City Tour Package By Ryask Tourism

Kolkata City Tour

Kolkata City Tour Sightseeing Bus Car Calcutta One Day Tour

Kolkata City Tour Itinerary:

Drop and Visit:

Kali Ghat, Prinsep Ghat & Vidyasagar Bridge Outside Mother House,
St. Paul’s Cathedral, Victoria Memorial Hall.

Drive Pass:

General Post Office, Shaheed Minar, Eden Gardens, Akashvaani Bhawan, Howrah Bridge, Writers’ Building,
Governor’s House, Ghat of Ganges, High Court, Maidan, Town Hall, Fort William, Race Course, Lal Dighi.

Drive Over:


Transport Charges – Small Car – Rs. 3000 / Big Car – Rs. 4500 (Minimum 8 Hours / 100 km)

Extra Hours – 250 hours. 

*Parking, Toll Tax, Driver Allowance,  Extra.

Guide Charges Extra 



Hotel Accommodation on Twin Sharing basis In case of 3 pax,one room with one extra bed Roll away mattress will be provided .All Road Taxes,Toll taxes & Parking Fee.Driver Reward


Air Train Fare. Guide & Entry fee during sight seeing . Boating & Hose ride etc. Portages, Laundry,Food,Tips,Liquor exp.5% GST. Any other item not specified in Cost Includes.

Kolkata Local Tour Packages with Price & Itinerary

Explore the Excursions in Kolkata: We also offer brief overnight tours to neighboring destinations in the vicinity of Kolkata, including Shantiniketan, Sunderban, Murshidabad, Mandarmani, and other captivating locales. Our comprehensive tour packages cover everything from transportation and lodging to sightseeing experiences.

  • During our city tours, we provide an array of services to enhance your journey:
  • Complimentary pick-up and drop-off services from our affiliated hotels.
  • Optional guides to assist you throughout your tour.
  • Experienced drivers equipped with mobile communication.
  • Informative handouts with illustrations for each destination you visit.
  • Complimentary packed drinking water for your convenience.
  • Refreshments for children to keep them energized.
  • Convenient drop-offs at the closest transit points to your chosen attractions.
  • Meal and food breaks for guests, if needed.
  • Pre-tour consultations with our expert tour advisors to help you select destinations based on your preferences.
  • Fully customizable itineraries, allowing you the freedom to choose the destinations that interest you the most.
  • Extended time for standard tours to ensure comprehensive coverage of the attractions.

Our services are entirely adaptable to meet your specific requirements, and our dedicated tour consultants are available to assist you in planning the perfect itinerary tailored to your preferences.

Kolkata City Tours | Kolkata local sightseeing | Attractions

Popular Sightseeing Places In Kolkata City Tour

Religious & Other Attractions

​​​​​​​​Kalighat Temple, Birla temple, Jain Temple, Japanese Buddhist Temple, Mother Teresa House , Howrah Flower Market, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Joka, Belur Math, Dakhineshwar Temple, 2nd Hoogly Bridge, College Street Book Market, Kumartooli Idol Studios, Kolkata Iscon Temple.

Colonial Era Interest Places

St. Paul’s Cathedral, St. John’s Church, Princep Ghat ,Victoria Memorial ,Marble Palace ,Netaji Subhash Museum, National Library ,Botanical Garden, Rabindranath Tagore Museum, Eden Gardens Stadium,
Howrah Bridge, Park Street Night Visit, South Park Street Cemetery, Lal Dighi & Writers Building, General Post Office.

Fun & Learning In Kolkata

Science City, Zoological Park, Nicco Water Park, Eco Park & Wax Musuem, Birla Planetorium, Birla Science Museum, Mellinium Park, Wax Museum, ​Howrah Rail Museum, ​​Indian Meuseum​​, Academy Of Fine Arts, Tram Ride In Kolkata​​, Cruise In The River Ganges.

Kolkata City Walking Tour

various sightseeing places in Kolkata

Flower Market (Mullik Ghat): This is Asia’s largest flower market, where around 4,000 vendors sell a wide variety of flowers, from marigold and jasmine to imported lilies. It’s a vibrant and chaotic market that’s a must-visit in Kolkata.

Princep Memorial & Riverfront (Prinsep Ghat): Built during the British Raj, Prinsep Ghat is a historic spot along the Hooghly River. It features a Palladian porch dedicated to James Prinsep, and it’s a popular place for boating, strolling, and enjoying food on weekends. The riverfront from Prinsep Ghat to Babughat has beautifully landscaped gardens, fountains, and renovated ghats.

Rabindra Nath Tagore House (Jorasanko Thakur Bari): This is the ancestral home of Rabindranath Tagore, the first non-European Nobel laureate in Literature. It has been restored to reflect the way the Tagore family lived and serves as a museum offering insights into their history and their contributions to the Bengal Renaissance and the Brahmo Samaj.

Netaji Subhash Bose Home & Museum (Netaji Bhawan): This heritage building is a memorial and research center dedicated to the life of Indian nationalist Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. The house includes a museum, archives, and a library, showcasing relics and information about Bose’s life and his role in the fight against British colonial rule.

Birla Planetarium: Situated near iconic landmarks like the Victoria Memorial, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Maidan, the Birla Planetarium is the largest in Asia and the second largest in the world. It’s a circular structure with architectural inspiration from the Buddhist Stupa at Sanchi.

St. Paul’s Cathedral: This Gothic-style cathedral, completed in 1847, is known for its architecture. It’s the largest church in Kolkata and the first Anglican cathedral in Asia, featuring an “Indo-Gothic” design. The cathedral complex includes a library and displays of plastic art forms and memorabilia.

Victoria Memorial Hall: This iconic monument, dedicated to Queen Victoria, is a museum and popular tourist attraction in Kolkata. The memorial features a central dome with the “Angel of Victory” statue, sculptures, and a design reminiscent of the Taj Mahal.

Marble Palace: A 19th-century mansion with well-preserved marble walls, floors, and sculptures. It houses Western sculptures, Victorian furniture, and artwork by European and Indian artists, making it a cultural gem in Kolkata.

Belur Math: The headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, with a unique blend of Hindu, Islamic, Buddhist, and Christian art. The campus includes temples dedicated to spiritual leaders like Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda.

Dakshineswar Kali Temple: Built in 1855, this temple is famous for its association with Ramakrishna and offers a serene atmosphere along the banks of the Hooghly River.

Howrah Bridge (Rabindra Setu): A historic bridge that spans the Hooghly River, connecting Howrah and Kolkata. It’s a major transportation link and an iconic structure, known for its busy traffic and distinctive design.

Drive Past:

General Post Office: The central post office of Kolkata, handling inbound and outbound mail and parcels. It’s a notable landmark in the city.

Eden Gardens: The oldest and one of the largest cricket stadiums in India, often called the “Mecca of Indian cricket.”

Howrah Station (Howrah Junction): One of the busiest railway stations in the world, serving as a crucial transportation hub in Kolkata.

Writers’ Building: The official secretariat building of the state government of West Bengal, with a rich history and significant administrative importance.

Town Hall: A historic building made in Roman-Doric style, saved from further damage and now used for public gatherings and functions.

Fort William: A star-shaped fort with a rich history and defensive design, situated near the Hooghly River.

Guided Kolkata City Tour

Kolkata Tours with Local Private Tour Guides

For both first-time explorers and those returning to the city, we offer a tailor-made chauffeur-govt / private guided tour of Kolkata. Our personalized tour encompasses the lively streets, vibrant markets, lush parks, and iconic British architecture that define the essence of this city. Let us curate the ideal itinerary for your day.

Please note that entrance fees and car charges, where applicable, are not included.

Choose from two durations:

  • 4-hour tour
  • 8-hour tour


  • INR 2,500 for up to two guests for a half-day tour.
  • INR 5,000 for up to two guests for a full-day tour.

Kolkata: Full-Day City Tour For An Immersive Experience

Kolkata Tourist Map

Kolkata City Tour

For an optimal Kolkata tour experience, the duration depends on your specific interests and preferences. A Half Day Kolkata Sightseeing Tour can focus on the central part, featuring must-see attractions such as Victoria Memorial, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Princep Ghat. If opting for a Full Day Kolkata Sightseeing Tour, include visits to Princep Ghat, Rabindra Nath Tagore House, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Victoria Memorial Hall, Dakhineshwar Kali Temple, and Belur Math. Drive past landmarks like the General Post Office, Shaheed Minar, Eden Gardens, Howrah Station, Writers’ Building, Maidan, Town Hall, Fort William, and cross iconic bridges like Howrah Bridge and Vidyasagar Bridge.

For day trips from Kolkata, explore nearby sightseeing places based on your preferences. Customizing the itinerary allows for a personalized experience.

Top attractions include Princep Ghat, Rabindra Nath Tagore House, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Victoria Memorial Hall, Dakhineshwar Kali Temple, and Belur Math. Tailor your visit by adding other attractions based on available time.

Famous for its diverse culinary scene, Kolkata offers a unique mix of Indian and international cuisine. Bengali food, known for its curries and seafood, is a highlight. Sweets, especially “roshogolla,” contribute to the city’s culinary identity.

For family-friendly activities, consider visiting Sundarban National Park, Science City, Zoological Park, Nicco Water Park, Eco Park & Wax Museum, Birla Planetarium, Birla Science Museum, Millennium Park, Snow Park, Howrah Rail Museum, Indian Museum, Academy Of Fine Arts, Tram Ride In Kolkata, and Cruise In The River Ganges.

The ideal duration for a Kolkata tour depends on your schedule and interests. A well-planned 4-5 day itinerary can cover Kolkata’s main attractions in 2 days, allowing for additional nights to explore nearby destinations like Sundarban National Park or coastal towns such as Digha or Mandarmani.

Book Kolkata Hotels | Luxury Hotel Booking in Kolkata

Kolkata Hotel Reservations

Our extensive network of cozy hotels and guesthouses across Kolkata allows us to facilitate accommodations for our guests in various locations, including those near the airport, railway station, and throughout the city.

Best Foods & Restaurants In Kolkata

Kolkata is renowned worldwide for its diverse and delectable culinary offerings. Whether you’re exploring street food, savoring seafood, or indulging in sweet treats, the city’s cuisine is a must-experience on your Kolkata journey. Bengali dishes often take the form of rich curries, typically enjoyed with rice as the staple accompaniment. These curries are known for their flavorful spices, and they can be tailored to suit your preferences.

The “Ilsha fish” is a standout delicacy, prepared in a myriad of delightful ways. In addition to this, crabs, lobsters, and other varieties of fish hold a cherished place in Kolkata’s traditional cuisine, making them essential for your culinary exploration.

Sweets play a significant role in Kolkata’s gastronomic landscape, with delights like “roshogolla,” “misti doi,” “rabri,” “langcha,” “mihidana,” and more, proving immensely popular among tourists.

Kolkata’s street food scene is a vibrant and flavorful experience in itself. Delights such as “phuchka,” “Ghoogny,” “Bhel puri,” “papri chat,” “egg or chicken rolls,” “singara,” “chops,” “Biriyani,” and “radhaballabi” are some of the city’s iconic offerings that you should definitely try during your visit.

Moreover, Kolkata’s culinary diversity extends beyond Bengali cuisine. Bengalis have a deep appreciation for food from all regions, ensuring that you’ll find a wide array of Indian and international cuisines throughout the city. Whether you crave South Indian, North Indian, French, Italian, Chinese, or tandoori dishes, Kolkata’s restaurants are ready to satisfy your every culinary desire.