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While you hear about the history and culture Mumbai, we will travel the way millions of Mumbaikars do - by walking down the crowded streets, boarding a local train, flagging down a taxi or waiting for a bus. But, don’t worry, your guide will be there to help with loads of survival tips to help you make the most of your time in Mumbai!
On this tour, you will be introduced to various modes of public transport (train, taxi/bus, walking) around Mumbai. I will show you around the top tourist spots and (if you're that adventurous!) you could perhaps try the local street food too.
Among the places you will visit you will find:
The Gateway of India: The massive stone gateway from the Mumbai Harbor into the city - our most famous attraction.
The Taj Mahal Hotel: Mumbai’s most famous and luxurious hotel
The Asiatic Library (Mumbai's old Town Hall): A historical building known for its promotion of useful knowledge
Jehangir Art Gallery: One of the most unique and well known art galleries
Kala Ghoda Area: Mumbai’s premier art district
Rajabai Clock Tower: The famous clock tower, designed to resemble London’s Big Ben
Oval Maidan: One of Mumbai’s best cricket pitches and recreational areas
The Mumbai High Court: The oldest High Court in India
The Victoria Terminus Railway Station: a historic railway station and UNESCO World Heritage Site
Marine Drive: The 3.6 kilometre-long boulevard that runs alongMumbai’s natural bay.
Note: This tour requires public transportation. Ticket prices are not included.