Getting to Know the City that Never Sleeps

  1. Knowing Mumbai

    Known for being home to the largest film industry in the world, Mumbai is the city everyone dreams of visiting at least once in their lives. Situated in India’s West coast, Mumbai is a beautiful city with several fascinating places to visit. From a Bollywood tour to exploring exotic locations like the Elephanta Islands, a private Mumbai city tour will introduce you to several vibrant facets of the city that will make you fall in love with it.

  1. How to reach Mumbai?

    There are a number of ways to visit Mumbai conveniently. Here’s a list:

    By Air: The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport has flights to all the major cities in India and all the prominent countries in the world so travelling to Mumbai in a flight is a possible option.

    By Road: Mumbai is well connected to prominent cities by a strong network of National Highways like NH6, NH46, and NH8 to name a few. So you can travel by state-run buses or private cars easily.

       By Train: Similar to the air and roadways, the railway network of Mumbai is also pretty efficient and you can board trains from several cities to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Railway Station to reach Mumbai.

  1. How to commute within Mumbai?

    Mumbai local train is one of the most popular mode of conveyance in the city but also the most crowded. You can try it for experience but if you wish to travel at ease and comfort then you can opt for private transfer services by online service providers. You can also travel by taxis or metro train.

  1. Places to visit in Mumbai

Mumbai houses several exciting places that entice travelers to visit this gorgeous city. Here are few of these places:

  • Marine Drive– a 3.6 kilometer long boulevard along the Arabian Sea that adds to the charm of the city.

  • Dharavi Slums– the biggest slum in Asia.

  • Dhobi Ghat– the largest open-air laundry in the world.

  • Elphanta Island– known for the exquisite rock-cut cave temples.

  • Gateway of India– a stunning archway built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India.

  • Colonial buildings like Victoria Terminus, Rajabhai Clock Tower, etc.

  1. Things to do in Mumbai

While the first thought that one has on hearing the word Mumbai is Bollywood, there are several other things to do in Mumbai than going on a Bollywood tour. You can go on a Mumbai sightseeing tour to visit places like Mani Bhawan, Prince of Wales Museum, Marine Drive, Gateway of India, etc. You can also take an Ajanta-Ellora Caves tour from Mumbai.  To see a more real and local side of Mumbai, you can explore places like Dharavi slums, Dhobi Ghat, or take a Mumbai Dabbawalas tour to make the most of your tour.

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