Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi located at the south west cost of India is pervaded with history of precolonial Kerala. The Chinese fishing nets, St. Francis church where the great explorer Vasco Da Gama was initially buried, the Jew town in Mattancherry are the significant attractions of Fort Kochi. People love walking through the streets of Fort Kochi glimpsing the ancient architectures. A great perk for the visitors is that almost attractions are close together during the walk. Due to the peculiar ambiance it is extremely loved by both tourists as well as the locals.

Nearby stalls there offer yummy sea food for you that was freshly caught from the boat. The artisan shops along the princess street and Napier street with bunch of retail shops are always busy with their tourists. Handcrafts, vast variety of spices, wooden carvings across the street attracts visitors.

Fort Kochi, one of India’s most beautiful port city, is more preferred to visit during winter when the weather is clement. There are an array of residences offering delicious food and accommodation suiting all budgets. An evening walk through the fine slippery sand in the beach enjoying spectacular sunset is much enough to refresh our mind and soul.

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