disappontingly short street with a few interesting shops and restaurants. Not really worth the visit.
This is a very attractive - and accordingly touristy - little street. The only remaining "original" street from Cochin's colonial days, it has a number of pretty colonial buildings which are now shops and restaurants.
Princess street is quite a busy little place, with a lot of restaurants and hotels crammed in, along with little shops offering spices.The place is sort of the happening area in the city with so many restaurants and souvenir shops nearby....
Just as the name suggests the place is a princess in terms of the grandeur and energy it has and I love the people around here who are helpful and friendly. The place is sort of the happening area in the city with so many restaurants and souvenir shops nearby. The crowd is also nice around the place and the... More
This is perhaps the best place to stay in Fort Kochi. Central to all the eating and social action as well as a short walk from the fishing nets and the older monuments in the Fort area.
Good for a stroll after dinner or for spending time browsing the many shops. Several restaurants and homestays are on this street.
Plenty of variety in the shops with good prices. The shop keepers were friendly and only too willing to help. Plenty of places to eat.
Princess street is quite a busy little place, with a lot of restaurants and hotels crammed in, along with little shops offering spices. Loafer's Corner is a nice place, where you can get excellent cheese dosas!
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