Journey from Titagarh to HowrahTitagarh and Howrah are both located in West Bengal at a distance of about 22 kms. It take about half an hour to 45 minutes to reach this place from Titagarh, thanks to the excellent roads that connect both the cities. You need to take Barrackpore Trunk Road or B.T. Road and Grand trunk road to reach Howrah from Titagarh.
Barrackpore Trunk Road forms part of the West Bengal State Highway 1. It is a well maintained four laned road. There are many landmarks that you will see on this road while you travel from Titagarh to Howrah which includes Rabindra Bharati University, Indian Statistical Institute, College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital and Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals, Panihati, National Textile Corporation. You can also catch a cab to reach Howrah and they charge about 400 Rs for it.
Route from Titagrh to Howrah
You start your journey from Titagarh. First road that you take to go towards Howrah is Barrackpore trunk road. Then as soon as you cross National Textile Corproration, turn right onto PWD road. You will then pass by Mahamilan math after which you turn left towards Grand Trunk road. You will then come across Allahabad bank after which you have to turn left towards Dr Abani Dutta road. You would then come across Lakhotia Medical Centre then turn right at Shree Ganesh Mandir onto Salkia School Rd. Another landmark that you would see on this road is Golabari Police Station after which you would take the Bankim Setu which will make you reach your destination, Howrah.
Barrackpore trunk road and Grand trunk road are extremely good road as they are state highways. You can also have some quick grabs on Barrackpore trunk road as you will find many CCD's, Cafe town, V cafe. You can also make a stopover for food at good restaurants on this road which includes Hot Pot Restaurant, Food Village Restaurant and many more.
Reaching HowrahOnce you reach Howrah, you must explore major attractions of this city which are listed below.
Howrah bridgeThe famous Howrah bridge, also known as Rabindra Setu is an engineering miracle . It is one of the busiest bridges in the world and is the lifeline of the city connecting Kolkata and Howrah.
Indian Botanical GardenIt is located 9 km away from the city and is spread in an area of about 273 acres. This garden was established in 1787and is one of the oldest and largest botanical gardens of India. The Banyan tree with more than 2,800 prop roots and is 250-year-old is one of the main attraction for tourists.
It is the Second Hooghly Bridge which was started in 1992. The architecture and technology of this bridge is extremely fine and modern. This bridge connects the cities of Kolkata and Howrah with the help of a number of over-bridges intricately. This bridge is located at about 1.5 k.m. from Ravinrda Setu towards its south. The view from the bridge is very beautiful.
So, if you are in Titagarh and have a bike or car with you, just vroom to this beautiful city of Howrah and explore its beauty. The magic of driving on Barrackpore trunk road and Grand trunk road will leave you mesmerized.
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