Fortkochi Tourism
Fort Kochi Tourism
Bishop's House
Chinese Fishing Nets
Dutch Cemetery
Fort Kochi Beach
Koder House
Old Harbour House
Santa Cruz Basilica
St Francis Church
Vasco Da Gamma House
VOC Gate
FortKochi Route Map
Kerala tourist spots


FortKochi is situated 13 km from Jos Junction at Cochin. Fort Kochi has probably the best preserved history of the colonial times. Its culture and the architectural styles used in its various churches, Bungalows and Forts reflect the bygone era. The best way to see the beauty of FortKochi is either by walking or cycling.

Major Tourist Attractions in Fort Kochi

Chinese Fishing Nets

Fortkochi is famous for the chinese fishing nets. The Chinese Fishing Nets are constructed out of Teak wood and Bamboo poles.... read more

Koder House

Koder House imposing building with its red colored brick-like facade represents the transaction from the colonial to the Indo-European period... read more

Santa Cruz Basilica

Santa Cruz Basilica Church in Fort Kochi is built by the Portuguese. The Santa Cruz Basilica Church was elevated to a Cathedral by the Pope Paul IV in 1558.... read more

Vasco House

Vasco House is situated along the rose street in Fort Kochi. Vasco Da Gamma House is one of the oldest Portuguese houses in Fort Cochin... read more

Bishop's House at Fort Kochi

The Fortkochi Bishop's House built in 1506 as the residence of the Portuguese Governor. The Bishop's House is occupied by the Dutch in 1663. It is standing on a gentle hillock near the Parade ground.... read more

FortKochi Beach

The beach at fortkochi is a wel-known kerala tourist destination. The beach is famous for the FortKochi Carnival on the new years.... read more

St. Francis Church FortKochi

St. Francis Church is regarded as India's oldest European church. St. Francis was originally Roman Catholic during the Portuguese period from 1503 to 1663..... read more

The Dutch Cemetery

The Dutch Cemetery is consecrated in 1724. The letterings found that the dutch cemetery are some of the most unquestionable reminders of the countless men and women ... read more
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