This pulsating, never sleeping metropolis is a true feast for the senses. Get the best of your Mumbai experience following our guide to the most interesting spots.
Gateway of India
Built to commemorate the royal visit of King George V, the gateway and its area is now one of the most popular tourist spots thanks to the carnival-like atmosphere created by photographers, balloon sellers and vendors offering delicious snacks.
Northeast of the Gateway of India you’ll find a small island – a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its ancient cave temple carvings and the famous triple-faced sculpture of Shiva: the destroyer, creator and preserver of the universe.
One of the most magnificent places in Mumbai. Visit it during prayer time to see the joyful kirtan dance of faithful and listen to energetic drumbeat.
To grasp more of the festive atmosphere and enjoy tasty Indian delicacies, take a walk on the Juhu Beach and watch the whole families of Mumbaikars having fun. Sounds like fun? All of this is just one cheap flight away!tags: Elephanta Island, India, Iskcon Temple, Juhu Beach, Mumbai