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Flights to Mumbai

Discover history, architecture and art in this magical city

From the Gateway of India to the hustle and bustle of Fashion Street market, Mumbai has an abundant array of sights with something for everyone. A city highlights tour is a great way to take in the best bits, or get up close to some big cats on the lion and tiger safari in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Flights to Mumbai are operated by our partners Jet Airways.

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Explore Mumbai

Gateway of India

Combining Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, this beautiful monument is a must-see for tourists and the perfect starting point for anyone setting out to explore the city. Catch a boat from the gateway's wharfs for trips to Elephanta Island and Mandwa. For a hint of what to expect, check out these films on Mumbai.

Elephanta Island

Just 10km from the Gateway of India, these majestic rock-cut temples carved into the basalt rock of the island are a UNESCO World Heritage Site – and a spectacle well worth the hour's boat trip to see. To see Mumbai in style, check out our blog for more tips.

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Chill out, cool down

With its funky, bright interior, the Cream Centre is a great place to grab an ice cream and relax. A wide range of Indian, Mexican and Middle Eastern food is also available.

Mumbai market madness

Take a trip to the lively Fashion Street market to try out your bargaining skills and pick up some accessories for your wardrobe.

Local talent

Visit Bluefrog, a concert space, production studio and restaurant, to check out local and international bands in a cool, contemporary environment.

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Flight information

Flights to Mumbai are operated by our partners Jet Airways.

Visa information

Find out which travel documents you'll need on our Indian visa information page

Local currency

The currency in Mumbai is the Indian Rupee (INR).

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Local transport

There are lots of ways to get around Mumbai, including buses and the metro. Public transport can be crowded, so taxis are often the most convenient option, and they're cheap too.


The voltage is 220-240 volts in Mumbai. You'll need an adapter to use British or American plugs.