Holiday rentals and lettings in Mumbai
If you are searching for an exciting place to visit this holiday, full of things to see and do, the iconic city of Mumbai is the place to go. Being one of the most important cities in the world, this tourist destination is perfect for those who are looking for a vibrant place, full of culture, and plenty to see and discover. No matter what your travel tastes are, whether it's food, historical monuments, natural wonders or entertainment venues, you'll find it all here and more. You can also stay in one of the fabulous rentals available, with modern structures and plenty of space for your family or friends.Relaxing and comfortable holiday rentals and lettings with refreshing pools
The rentals in Mumbai are everything you would expect from holiday accommodation. Large, comfortable rooms, beautifully furnished, beautifully decorated and en-suite. In addition to this, they have their respective cooking, living and dining areas, all equipped with a variety of appliances. And as if that wasn't enough, many of these rentals have refreshing swimming pools to combat the intense Mumbai heat. Don't hesitate and come and enjoy all that this popular city has to offer! Book your rental now!
Holidays in Mumbai
The area and getting around
Mumbai is certainly not a city that can be classified as ''quiet'', and for many reasons. Being one of the most populated capital cities in the world, you can experience many cultures here. This is because many people from different countries come to Mumbai searching for new opportunities, which is why it is known as the ''City of Dreams''. Once you walk through its streets you will be able to admire the large and luxurious structures, huge skyscrapers, long highways, and blinding lights. Everywhere you look there is something to see, like restaurants, gift shops, small markets, but also luxury shops and ostentatious monuments.A big city but very easy to explore
While it may seem overwhelming to get around in such a large and crowded city, there are actually many useful forms of transport. For short-distance adventures, you can simply walk around and get to know the streets near your accommodation better. Now if you want to travel longer distances you have many budget-friendly options, one of which is the public transport service, including the local train, one of the most widely used in the city. But of course, there are also double-decker buses, Auto Rickshaw and Uber.
Travellers and activities
Mumbai, like many cities in India, combines the traditional with the modern, so you'll find many cultural centres worth visiting. One of them is the imposing Shree Siddhivinayak, a temple located in central Mumbai, very popular with locals and tourists alike. It is approximately two centuries old, and is believed to be the temple where wishes come true. It has six floors on which are distributed different areas, either different sculptures of gods, bathrooms, kitchen area etc. all topped with a large gold-plated dome.Mumbai for beach lovers
Mumbai is also home to beautiful tourist beaches, with plenty of entertainment and things to do. Juhu Beach is a very popular destination as it is home to many Bollywood celebrities. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea and is the longest beach in Mumbai, perfect for a relaxing stroll along the golden sands, enjoying the sea breeze. There are also many food stalls, carnival games, and children's rides very close to the beach, so you're guaranteed a fun day out.
Mumbai is the most populous city (22 million people) and the richest city in India.
Top 5 travel tips in Mumbai
It is a large meditation dome in the northwest of Mumbai, with grand and majestic architecture. Approximately 8000 people can enter here, and its purpose is to bring people closer to the philosophy of the Lord Buddha, whose material remains rest here. Its large structure covered with gleaming gold paint attracts the attention of many tourists, but also of those searching for a sacred place for meditation.2. Explore the mysterious Elephanta Caves
These fabulous caves are located on Elephanta Island, just off the port of Mumbai. They occupy an area of approximately 5,600 m², and are made up of different chambers and shrines containing sculptures of various deities. The exact date of their creation is not known, but it is believed to be between 810 and 1260, and today they are considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.3. Learn new things at Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum
This place is truly a historical gem, as it used to be the place of residence of the famous pacifist Mahatma Gandhi. Today it is a wonderful museum and library whose primary purpose is to inform and teach about the life and memory of this great political leader. On display here are numerous objects that belonged to Gandhi, visual recreations of how he fought for India's freedom, as well as many documents and books related to his life.4. Have an exciting day at Essel World
If you are looking for a different kind of day out in Mumbai, full of adrenaline and fun for the whole family, Essel World is the place to go. It opened in 1989 and has become the largest amusement park in India. It has over 71 rides suitable for all ages, including Hoola Loop, Ice skating rink, Enterprise, Tunnel Twister, and The Alibaba Adventure Mirror Maze.5. Take a stroll along Marine Drive
This is the place to go to get beautiful photos of your trip to Mumbai. A promenade about 2 miles long, very popular with tourists because of its incredible ocean views. But undoubtedly the best time to visit this place is at night, where the incandescent lights of the buildings, cars, and poles turn the promenade into a spectacle worth seeing.