Fort Kochi, the first European Township in India and home to nearly 13 communities, is a historic town brimming with the tales of myriad traders. During 1660s, Fort Kochi peaked in stature as a prime commercial centre and its fame spread far and wide - as a rich trade centre, a major military base, a vibrant cultural hub, a great ship building centre, a centre for Christianity and so on. The town has innumerable interesting sights like Chinese fishing nets along the Vasco da Gama Square and the St. Francis Church.
Nearest railway station: Ernakulam, about 13 km, is the nearest railway station.
Nearest airport: Cochin International Airport, about 20 km from Ernakulam, is the nearest airport.