As the veritable transport gateway to North – East India, Kolkata is also extremely well connected to almost every major train station as it is also the location of the centre of the Eastern Railways division of the National rail network with the Sealdah and Kolkata station in the city and the Howrah junction in the nearby Howrah city. The presence of multiple railway stations in and around the city gives tourists lots of options vis-à-vis time and finances.
Getting to Kolkata by air is also very easy since the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is a mere 20 km away from the heart of the city, connecting it to domestic airports all over India as well as international destinations like Bangkok, Dhaka, Dubai, Kathmandu, Paro and even Yangon. There is enormous taxi – cab services which tourists can avail from the airport’s premises itself.
Kolkata is a major travel hub in the eastern part of India therefore finding options for connectivity is not difficult at all. Kolkata is served by private as well as State Govt. run bus services which tourists can make use of. Connected to all major cities since it forms a corner of the Golden Quadrilateral network of National Highways, Kolkata also allows connectivity to Bangladesh with international bus routes to and fro its capital city of Dhaka.