Digha is a small township consisting of hotels and rest houses by the seaside. Distances between the tourist attractions in town are walkable. Therefore, there are no buses but vans are available to commute to further off places.
Autorickshaws are available near the bus stand and railway station both. App-based cab service providers like Ola and Uber are operational too.
Chauffeur-driven rental cars are available for tourists.
Currently, there are no metro trains in Digha.
Currently, there are no local trains in Digha.
Although there aren't trekking trails in Digha, you can take a leisurely stroll along the beach, dip your feet in the water or simply bask in the sun; Digha has a lot to offer. Both the prominent beaches in the city are a couple of km apart, so you can even walk between the two.
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Nothing like an offbeat holiday destination with an architectural masterpiece, as the Digha Gate, to set off your weekend plans.
Talasari Beach near Digha is calm, unspoiled and a perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.
Discover the unique charm of Digha during monsoons with these tips, and stay safe too.
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