Rajshahi is one of the six metropolitan cities of Bangladesh. Rajshahi is located in the north-west of the country and situated on the bank of Padma river with population of around 475,000 people and total area is 96.69 sq km.
The city is also known as Rampur Boalia. Rajshahi is famous for Silk Industries, Mango and Lychee. Rajshahi is also famous for its Characteristic sweetmeats.
These special preparations include Roshkodom, Khaja, Raghobshahi and kachagolla. It is also famous for Bangladesh Railway Headquater (Western Zone).
Mohasthanagar is one of the best attractive place in Rajshahi zone situated on the western bank of river kartoa.
At the Kingdom of the Mourjo, the Gupta and the Sen Dynasty, it was the capital. Mohasthangar is an ancient archeological and historical place which was established in 2500 BC.
Rajshahi University is a place of education and it is a attractive place to visitor.
Paharpur Buddhist Monastery is a small village which is another tourist attraction of North Bengol. The 7th century archaeological place covering around 27 acres land.
Central Park and Zoo
Choto Sona Mosque
Paharpur Buddhist Monastery
Shrine of hazrat shah mokhdum
Varendra research museum
How to go:-
From Dhaka you can go to Rajshahi by Air, Bus and Train.
Air: Biman Bangladesh Airlines, United Airwys, GMG airlines and some other local Airlines operating flight from Dhaka to Rajshahi.
Bus:Many Transport company are giving bus service by road.
Train: Train is also available transportation in Rajshahi.
Where to stay:-
You can select any of those hotel to stay in Rajshahi.
Hotel Dalas Inter National
Hotel Naz Garden, Bogra.