Little Europe in Bengal (Day Tour): Visit The Portuguese, Danish, French And Dutch Colonial Town Along the River Hooghly.
Almost a century after Vasco da Gama landed on the West Cost of India (1498), the Europeans started making inroads in Bengal. Using Hooghly (also known as Ganga or Ganges) as the main source of navigation, they started making inroads in Bengal.
European settlement started growing along the Hooghly River in the present day Hooghly District. Long before the British made Calcutta
their stronghold, the Portuguese had settled in Bandel. They were closely followed by the Dutch in Chinsurah, Danish in Serampore and the French in Chandannagar.
On this full day tour you will get a glimpse of Bandel, Chinsurah, Chandannagar and Serampore. They will introduce you to the amazing cultural confluence along the Hooghly River, often called 'Europe on the Ganges'.Inclusion
, Lunch, Light evening snacks with tea.Exclusion
Any Meals other than that is mentioned.
Cost for Extra soft drinks, liquors, beverages, packaged drinking water, meals/snacks etc apart from the one mentioned above.Important Note
Please contact Beyond Horizon Team after purchasing of Tickets: 9051283273/9836340288.