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Situated on the left bank of the Hooghly River, the Howrah Railway Station is by far the largest railway complex in all of India comprising 23 platforms. Given the number of people that commute by train on a daily basis, the Howrah Railway station is also the busiest in the country. This prominent landmark was established in 1854 and was electrified in 1954. It now boasts two terminals that serve over 293 trains on a daily basis. Howrah Station is around 23 km away from the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport while it is around 5 km from the Esplanade Bus Terminus. Finding accommodation in Kolkata near Howrah Railway Station is not an issue, given the number of options at hand. From economically priced budget hotels in Kolkata close to Howrah Railway Station to decent guest houses, there’s much to choose from. One can also opt for a 2-star or 3-star rated hotels near Howrah Station that offer comfortable rooms. For quality accommodation without going heavy on your pocket, book a Treebo hotel near Howrah Railway Station. Prominent locations close to Howrah Station include the ever famous Bara Bazar, a wholesale market that deals in toy, sweets, food items, hardware, utensils and household items, electronic goods, stationery items, glass, wood, iron, plastic and the list just goes on. As a matter of fact, this is undoubtedly the busiest market in Kolkata as it caters to the rest of the city and state. The wholesale flower market also known as the Mullick Ghat Flower market just across Howrah Railway Station is a sight to behold given the variety of flowers that one gets to see here. When looking for restaurants to dine at China Whites, Alfresco, Afreen Biryani House, Marvar Veg Restaurant and Gangotri should make it to the top of your list.