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Average Flying Time9 hours 27 minutes
Airline FlyingBritish Airways, Air India, Jet Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Qatar Airways
Average Flying Kms7204kms
Best Time to TravelJanuary to March, December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +5:30 hours
LanguagesMarathi, Hindi, Gujarati
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 84.254 INR
Modes of TransportBy Taxi, Auto Rickshaw, Bus, Train, Ferry, Car
Why Fly to Mumbai
Top 10 Places to Visit
A renowned and a prominent landmark in the country, it is one of the famous monuments notable in the city. This gigantic monument has become a popular tourist attraction which offers stunning views both at night and daytime.
Ancient caves which have been carved out from basalt rocks, these caves depict the history through the form of carvings and statues. Hop on a ferry ride to Elephanta Island to enjoy this amazing UNESCO declared World Heritage Site.
An excellent place for those who loves shopping for cheap knick-knacks, the marketplace is filled with interesting items. Always bustling with haggling vendors, this chaotic and bustling marketplace is a worthwhile experience for cultural buffs.
Located within the premises of the Mumbai University, this clock tower has become a popular landmark among locals and tourists. The clock chimes every 15 minutes, this structure has been regarded as a close resemblance to the Big Ben in London.
An ideal place for travellers seeking outdoor fun and entertainment, the auditorium is built for the purpose of preserving cultural traditions. It hosts large-scale events such as operas, ballets, orchestral concerts throughout the year.
A UNESCO declared World Heritage Site, this is one of the top attractions in anyone’s Mumbai itinerary. The amazing architecture is simply awe-inspiring which features a fusion of Victoria, Italianate, Gothic, Revival a little bit of traditional Indian.
Built in the 1864, the fountain is erected in a beautiful park. Named after a Roman Goddess, the fountain is located in close proximity to many other impressive important landmarks in the city.
The best place to catch a glimpse of the traditional Indian culture, this large causeway is a bustling which is also home to a variety of cultural experiences from museums, retail shops, art galleries, churches and cinemas.
One of the most recognized landmarks in the city, the mosque has become a popular tourist attraction. Sitting on a mini island in the heart of the city, the architecture and musical culture is highly raved and awed.
Another prominent landmark in the city, this is a cable stay bridge which connects western suburbs of Mumbai with South Mumbai. More importantly than the sights, the link makes a fantastic scenic drive for travellers.