Mumbai City Highlights Small-Group Tour

 

Mumbai City Highlights Small-Group Tour

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Experience Mumbai like a local! Discover what exciting Mumbai has to offer on this comprehensive half-day tour of the city's famous sights. Ride the taxis or buses with locals and admire the city's diverse architecture. See and learn about Mumbai's stunning structures, including the 14th-century Haji Ali mosque and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Victoria Terminus.This Mumbai city sightseeing tour is a great introduction to the city - get familiar with Mumbai and see its top attractions in one day. Start at the Victoria Terminus, Mumbai's most famous example of Victorian Gothic architecture. Travel across the city on board a taxi and go back in time as you view Mumbai's wealth of colonial-era buildings. View the Gateway of India, a bold basalt arch reflecting Hindu and Islamic architecture styles. Located at the waterfront, this monument welcomed visitors who arrived in Mumbai by boat.Continue on a ride through Marine Drive and onto the 200-year old Shiva temple, Babulnath. Here, you may see devout Hindus carrying milk and water to pour over the Linga, the creative symbol that denotes Lord Shiva. A short ride later, see the 14th-century Haji Ali mosque, located on an islet off the southern coast of Mumbai, and admire the beautiful Indian Islamic architecture. Continue back to the city and see the Dhobi Ghat, the biggest open-air laundry facility in Mumbai, where men wash the clothing by thrashing it against slabs of stone.After your tour, ask your local guide for tips if you'd like to keep exploring. Find out about night shopping at local markets or where to take a walk by the waterfront.
 

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Local English-speaking guide Transport by taxi or bus 
 

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