Introduction

A city of extremes, a city of paradoxes, a city of unlimited possibilities and surprises, this is a city that defies all definitions. The heart of Bollywood, the commercial capital, a melting pot of cultures, traditions and religions, Mumbai has a little something tucked in for every kind of tourist that comes her way.

A city that’s always on the move, always in a hurry, always crowded, Mumbai has much to offer from history to arts to shopping and nightlife. You could start your day at the sea-facing Gateway of India and take a ferry along the coast or take a look at the latest inclusions at the famous Jehangir Art Gallery and stop for a cup of tea and conversation at the gallery’s quaint little café, Samovar.

Marvel at the colonial architecture of South Bombay, wind your way through the many streets of ‘Town’ as it’s lovingly called, gaze at the Queen’s Necklace at Marine Drive, touch the tip of the city from Nariman Point, walk along the famous spots where iconic Bollywood scenes have been shot, watch the city go by from the steps of the Asiatic Society Library and soak in all the activity with a tower of beer from Café Leopold.

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