Berhampore Court Station or Berhampore bus stand.
Start from Sealdah railway station, Kolkata. Take Bhagirathi Express(18.22) or Hazarduari Express(06.50) (from Kolkata station) starting from Sealdaha station or any passenger train going towards Lalgola. It is 186 km away from Kolkata and takes 3.5 to 4.5 h depending upon the train that you catch. you can also avail DhanaDhyanye Express(16:10) from kolkata station
Get into any private or government bus from Dharmatala/ Esplanade(Kolkata) going to or via Berhampore.Volvo bus service is also available for Kolkata-Baharampur route.
This is probably the best urban town of West Bengal.
Hang around in the riverbank in the afternoon and go for drive on river side road.
Just go to the Laldighi Park once in the evening, if possible, with your love interest. Great spot to (re)discover love.
Visit the oldest Ramkrishna Mission's( Sargachhi) satellite center in Berhampore.
See theater at Rabindra Sadan and documentary film at Rittik Sadan.Berhampore hosts International Theater Festival in between October and December in every year.
And don't forget to have chhana bora, the trademark sweet of Berhampore.
Also, lots of cottage industry can be observed, which make lot of hand crafts items.
There are a number of liquor bars on the outskirts of the town such as snack bars.
Nowadays, not many tourists comes to this place, but it still has a handful particularly due to its historical value. Tourists are mostly the locals or former Europeans. The town of Berhampore has a wide choice of restaurants and hotels from a budget to luxury.
Making Berhampore as base, people can enjoy various tourist spots in the district. The famous Hazar Duari,situated in Lalbagh, is just at a distance of hardly 30 km from the town. On the way you can find Katra Masjid, Imambara, Motijhil, Palace of Cossimbazar, etc to name a few. Other than these one can also visit Karna Suvarna,the capital of Bengal under king Shashanka.