The City Tour- With Local Train experience before 3.00 pm – Passport Lifestyles
Mumbai is a city full of life, bustling with energy and vibrant hues of cultural diversity. From magnificent skyscrapers to the stark streets of Mumbai, all walks of life blend together in the city’s urban sprawl. The vividness and diversity of the city’s culture, heritage and lifestyle depict its myriad of ethnic background.  Anyone with an appetite for exploring the cities heritage and culture will grow in love with the beautiful city. Get a glimpse of this incredible city which is enveloped with a mix of varied architectural styles. From Gothic architecture to NeoClassical to modern Indian architecture, you can find it all here in this fabulous journey of Mumbai’s City tour.

Highlights of the city tour

Gateway of India

Gateway of India is the city’s most iconic heritage site and historic monument which was built in the early twentieth century. The majestic monument is a must-visit site for you to witness its pristine glory against the backdrop of the sea.

Bombay University (Drive Past)

Officially known as the University of Mumbai, is one of the earliest state universities in India and the oldest in Maharashtra. Drive past through this premier University to have a glimpse of one of the largest Universities in the world.

Town Hall (Drive Past)

Town hall is the most majestic and beautiful colonial structure of Mumbai. It is one of the last architectural remnants of the Victorian Bombay. Drive past this beautiful structure that houses the ‘Asiatic society of Bombay’ which is a public state library of the city.

Victoria Terminus

It is a popular railway station that depicts the exquisite Victorian-Gothic style of architecture in India. Built over a span of 10 years, starting in 1878, the beautiful structure with Gothic design was based on late medieval Italian models.

Marine Drive & Chowpatty Beach

Marine Drive, also known as the “Queen’s necklace” is a beautiful seaside promenade which is illuminated with street lights in the evening, makes for a wonderful sceptical! The long stretch of the promenade ends at a very popular beach called the Chowpatty Beach famous for delectable street food stalls.

Mani Bhavan

Mani Bhavan is a historical museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. It is a museum that comprises of a library and research centre that exhibits Gandhi’s life and political activities in India.

Malabar Hill & Hanging Garden

Perched on the top of Malabar hills is a very popular Garden named the Hanging Garden. Overlooking the stunning Arabian Sea, the amazing park offers a scenic sunset view.

Jain Temple

Undoubtedly and arguably one of the prettiest temples in Mumbai is the Jain Temple. A popular place of great religious significance is a holy shrine dedicated to Adishwara – the founder of Jainism

Haji Ali (From Outside)

Haji Ali Dargah is an iconic religious place of Mumbai which attracts nearly thousands of people every day. Floating in the middle of sea, this Indo-Islamic pilgrim site welcomes people of all faith and religion.

Dhobi Ghat

Witness India’s largest manpowered open laundry community which dates to almost 140 years old. Witness the spectacle to believe it! It is one of the major tourist attractions in the city of Mumbai.

Flora Fountain / Hutatma Chowk

Located on the busiest streets of the fort, Hutatma Chowk is the official name given to the square which also hosts a beautiful flora fountain. While the flora fountain is a lovely representation of the Roman Goddess Flora, the Goddess of Abundance, Hutatma Chowk derived its name in memory of the members of Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti, who lost their lives in police firing during a peaceful demonstration in 1956.

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