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25 Sep. - 27 Sep.

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About Mumbai

Getting to Mumbai, India

Mumbai is the main international gateway to South India and has the busiest network of domestic flights. The international airport (26829000; www.mumbaiairport.com), officially renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji but still known as Sahar, is 4km away from the domestic airport, also called Chhatrapati Shivaji but known as Santa Cruz. A free shuttle bus runs between the airports, which are 30km and 26km north of Nariman Point in downtown Mumbai.

The international airport has two arrivals halls which have foreign-exchange counters offering reasonable rates, a Government of India tourist office booth (2615660, ext 4700; Arrival Hall 2A), a hotel reservation desk (66048772) and a prepaid taxi booth – all open 24 hours.

The domestic airport (26156600) has two terminals with foreign-exchange bureaus, ticketing counters and a restaurant-bar. The Government of India tourist office booth is in terminal B. Note that flights on domestic sectors of Air India routes depart from the international airport.

International airlines
Travel agencies are often a better bet than airline offices for booking international flights, and will reconfirm your flight for a small fee.

Places to Stay in Mumbai

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Places to see in Mumbai

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Source: Lonely Planet

 
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