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Tours in Mumbai

Tours in Mumbai

The most populated Indian city, Mumbai is home to over 20 million people. A huge port and an important cultural center of the country, the former Bombay becomes a destination for millions of travelers every year. Hundreds of international exhibitions are held here, in which specialists from dozens of countries take part, and therefore it is better to book tours to Mumbai well in advance of the date of the proposed trip..

Briefly about the important

  • The climate in Mumbai has two distinct seasons, each with important characteristics. During the humid period, which lasts from early summer to mid-October, the city receives a huge amount of rainfall every day. When combined with high temperatures, showers can create an uncomfortable environment for walking and sightseeing. The best seasons for tours in Mumbai are winter and spring. At this time, the city is dry and not too hot.
  • The best way to get around the city is on the Mumbai metro, as ground transportation during rush hours loses a lot of time in giant traffic jams..
  • Quite a cosmopolitan city, Mumbai has a huge number of restaurants and cafes on its streets, where the cuisine of the most diverse peoples of the world is presented. When placing an order in an authentic restaurant, it is important to specify the desired degree of spiciness of the selected food.
  • Due to the too high population density and a huge number of beggars and homeless people on the streets, you should be careful about your safety and do not leave things unattended and unattended..

History and culture

Founded in 1672, Mumbai was called Bombay until recently. Its development is associated with the East India Company - an English joint stock company, which was engaged in trading operations in India. It was the East India Company, headquartered in Bombay, that helped the United Kingdom colonize the country..
One of the architectural landmarks of the city is the Gateway to India. The basalt arch was erected at the beginning of the 20th century in honor of the visit of King George V.
During the tour to Mumbai, guests are shown a structure from the UNESCO World Heritage Lists - Victoria Station. The building was erected in the traditional neo-Gothic style for the late 19th century, diluted with Indo-Saracenic architectural elements. The station was named after Queen Victoria.
The Sunni Juma Mosque Jama Masjid is another important cultural monument in Mumbai. Its construction took place at the end of the 18th century and this religious and cult site is the largest mosque in the former Bombay.

Mumbai (India)


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