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Mumbai is a breathtaking city that surely deserves to be ventured out. Formerly recognized as Bombay, it is the capital of Maharashtra and one of the four metropolitan cities that deals with a variety of major economical infrastructure. Mumbai is nested on the Salsette Island consisting of Seven Islands, deriving its name from Mumbadevi, the goddess of the Koli fisher folk.

This undying city is constantly alive and bustles with deep natural harbour. It is a cosmopolitan that never sleeps and follows the never-say-die spirit. It cannot be bounded by time and always remains active with its attractive shopping arcades, exciting sport activities, rocking night clubs, discotheques, theatres, musical events, restaurants and other man-made wonders.

Fly to Mumbai with slashed airfares and special offers from the UK. Get an easy access to the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) from any airport in the UK. Avail our discounted air tickets, low cost holiday packages, budgeted hotel deals in Mumbai and cheap car hire to save your hard-earned money. Search our website and find the best travel deal to avoid overspending.

The closest ideal season to visit Mumbai is during winter (November to February). This time of year is a bit less oppressive than summer and not soaked with the monsoons. The northern breezes can make it relatively cool.

There are a number of enviable coastal settings alluring the travellers to visit the many magnificent places in this enchanting city. Places such as the Elephanta Rock cut caves nestled on the Elephanta Island are one of the key attractions to allure travellers to board flights to Mumbai. Dating back to 1500, it can be accessed by boats which are quite inexpensive.

Wander through the north part of Mumbai and admire the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Being full of exotic creatures it is a popular spot to both local and foreign visitors. Adventure finds you and tempts you with trekking trails around Malshej Ghat, Lake Charlotte, within the Matheran area and also the ancient Karla Caves in Thane, which can leave you breathless.

Visit Marine Drive, the jewel of Mumbai which is highly renowned offering its guests with the most fun-filled activities along the arresting sunset and the beautiful reddened horizon. The Chowpatty beach is also a famous beach famed for the immersion of Ganesh idols at the penultimate day of the Ganesh Chathurthi festival.

Mumbai is a land of dreams, and the commercial capital of the country. But for all gourmands, Mumbai is also a hub of good street food. Skim through some of the good street food in Mumbai which leaves you with lip smacking delight.

Savor the choicest pav bhaji (a spicy mix of mashed vegetables with fresh tomatoes, butter, toppings of cheese and dry-fruits and fresh fruits, consumed with warm crispy bread), the staple street food at Canon Pav Bhaji. This is a place where you are assured a delicious treat, leaving you craved for more. At Paanch Building in Matunga, one gets the best kind of chaat (savoury snack) and varieties of bhel puri, paani puri, sev puri and ragda patties. Another mouth-watering delicacy in Matunga is the Ayappa Idli Stall. A bowl of hot sambar (a vegetable stew or chowder based on a broth made with tamarind) down your throat is the best way to quench your thirst.

Mumbai is renowned for its trendy boutiques and malls. There are grand markets selling everything from shoes to souvenirs. These days, Mumbai is famous for its designer malls and retail shops than the regular local markets. You won’t be disappointed if you are a bargain hunter who is keen on buying some serious souvenirs to gift someone.

The mall mania has recently hit Mumbai with malls popping up all over the city. Most of the malls are just shopping destinations with huge food courts, entertainment and gaming zones.


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