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  • GBP = 1
  • INR = 103.34

Mumbai Overview

With Dream World Travel’s cheap flights to Mumbai, you can easily plan a holiday at the most crowded and busiest capital city of India. The first place to see there is the Gateway of India, a monument built during the British rule with a waterfront located along with it. Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a vast and beautiful park of the city; you can plan a day outing there with your family. The famous Chaupati is one of the best featured beaches that join the Marine Drive on its way. The Haji Ali Dargah is a famous Mosque and Dargah of the city that is traditionally most recognized landmark of the city. You can have a tour around the famous Elephant Caves that comprises of several caves and the Elephant Island that is present at the Mumbai Harbor and is a popular island of the city. The Kanheri Caves at the borders of Mumbai are also a beautiful site to see when you visit there and in your leisure time the well-known Essel World, that is an amusement park, it can be your favorite spot with children. So choose the best and cheap flights to Mumbai with our vast range of flights and tour around the busy city of Mumbai.

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5 facts about Mumbai


Mumbai obtained its name from a goddess temple called Mumba Devi Mandir.


In April 1853, Mumbai saw first train drive in India.


Mumbai was a name represented to 7 closely situated islands which were Portuguese regions.


Mumbai is the centre of Hindi movie industry in India & is often known as Bollywood.


India’s business tycoon and forefather of the Tata Group was the first person to own a car in 1901.