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Howrah Bridge

Jagganath Ghat | 1, Strand Road, Kolkata (Calcutta) 700001, India
+91 33 2220 5370
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  • Average11%
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Jagganath Ghat | 1, Strand Road, Kolkata (Calcutta) 700001, India
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Howrah Bridge is one of the numerous spots in the city, without visiting which, the touris never considered to be complete. Separate fenced footpath, where you can stroll and observe the huge expanse of river Hooghly flowing below and the majestic building of colonial era...More

Thank Stranger1402
Reviewed 5 days ago

One of the famous bridge in India. It is more than 1.5 km long on River Ganga. Fully hanging Bridge. To go to Howrah station this bridge is must to cross. Beutiful design. No toll.

Thank Papin R
Reviewed 5 days ago

HOWRAH bridge is the identification of Kolkata. It was built during the British era - almost a hundred + years back - but is as strong today. Old movies had songs filmed on it. AT times it becomes a bottleneck for traffic at the approach...More

Thank 444jss
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the oldest bridges in india with a suspended span commissioned in the year 1943. Must see attraction.

Thank Kirannelli
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Just passed through it by car. But could see it is a huge bridge sustaining the road from one to the other side.

Thank MarceloCalegare
Reviewed 1 week ago

You cant afford to miss the Howrah bridge (new name Rabindra setu) if you are in Kolkata. It is a situated on a busy place and this bridge connects Howrah (a suburb earlier but now part of the old city itself) to Kolkata. There is...More

Thank Saiprasan
Reviewed 1 week ago

Famous bridge - yes, Spectacular - not really! But seems to be iconic - drove over it a couple of times. Pollution bad most of the time, so couldn't get good/clear pictures of the bridge unless close to it or on it.

Thank SquashAddict
Reviewed 1 week ago

They built them tall. They built them long. They built them strong. They built them to last. The Howrah Bridge opened 74 years ago, is still formidable today but "they - Braithwaite, Burn and Jessop" have long gone, victims of an industrial revolution that had...More

Thank Denz690
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Howrah Bridge is a bridge with a suspended span  over the Hoogly river. The bridge is one of four on the hoogly River is a famous symbol of Kolkakta  and West Bengal. It is one of the visitable place in kolkata.

1  Thank SAkhtar21
Reviewed 1 week ago

I saw Howrah bridge many times from far, but this time my bus took this route to reach Darmatala bus stop.it really a charm to go from the bridge, I enjoyed it

Thank maushami
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Sujit P
10 October 2017|
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Response from Kaushik_Dwari | Reviewed this property |
There is no facilities of boat riding but you can avail steamer launch ,Hardly Rs. 10 Per person for 1 way trip.
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Bibek R
10 July 2017|
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Response from jaybulani | Reviewed this property |
howrah Bridge from howrah railway station is at walking distance.
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Diane G
12 January 2017|
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Response from Arghya_Ghosh | Reviewed this property |
To see Howrah bridge from ferry, one has to take Bagbazar bound ferry surely at evening 6:30-7:30 approx.
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