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Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Shamshabad, Ranga Reddy District Hyderabad Telangana 500409
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About Mumbai:

Mumbai city is the capital of Maharashtra. Recently known as Bombay, it one of the world's biggest and most thickly populated territories. Arranged on the west shoreline of India, this city is known for its profound common harbour. The neighbouring urban territories - Navi Mumbai and Thane - are a piece of Mumbai. It is otherwise called the money capital of India and is home to many top local and worldwide organisations and monetary establishments which have their home office here. In 2009, the city was respected with the "Alpha World City" title. The Bombay Stock Exchange is one of the biggest on the planet. Additionally called the entertainment capital of India, Mumbai is home to Bollywood which is one of the greatest film enterprises on the planet, where a huge number of individuals are utilised.

  • Places to visit
    • Churchgate
    • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
    • Film City
    • Gateway of India
    • Mumbai University
    • Nariman Point
    • Navi Mumbai
    • Prithvi Theatre
    • Chowpatty Beach
    • Juhu Beach
    • Marine Drive
    • Hanging Gardens
    • Kamala Nehru Park
    • National Gallery of Modern Art
    • Victoria & Albert Museum
    • Haji Ali
    • Mumba Devi Temple
    • Mount Mary Church
    • Siddhivinayak Temple
    • St Thomas Cathedral
    • Essel World
    • Chor Bazaar
    • Fashion Street
  • Places to shop: Mumbai isn't popular for the worldwide design brands and names, but at the same time is home to a wide grouping of nearby markets, boutiques and shopping centers that sell nearly everything that a neighborhood Mumbaikar needs! The business sectors are situated in rural areas and on the off chance that you are great at bartering, you can get things for a large portion of the cost. In Mumbai, you can locate the most recent outfits, one of a kind furnishings, fragile metalwork, wonderful sketches, home decorations thus significantly more! Numerous shopping centers in Mumbai involve shops as well as food courts and stimulation zones too. A customer's heaven, Mumbai is genuinely an extraordinary shopping destination for all. Below is a list of top street markets in Mumbai: 
    • Colaba Causeway
    • Crawford Market
    • Zaveri Bazaar   
    • Heera Panna Market     
    • Lalbaug Market 
    • Hindmata Market          
    • Linking Road    
    • Hill Road
    • Lokhandwala Market     
    • Dharavi Leather Market

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About Hyderabad

The Pearl City, Hyderabad with its unrivalled mix of history and innovation, spellbinds everybody, whoever sets his/her foot in this wonderful city of Nizams. With a history as old as 400 years and the status of a metropolitan city, Hyderabad guarantees a one of a kind invigorating knowledge to all.

From recorded landmarks to characteristic excursions to mouth-watering world well-known cooking to engaging shopping places and exciting amusement stops, this city has everything to keep you stuck. There are numerous travel industry spots to visit in Hyderabad, from families, youthful gathering of companions, kids to senior citizens, everybody will discover something of their enthusiasm for Hyderabad. This city is a spot worth visiting at any rate unique. Indeed, it is inconceivable for anybody to absorb the diverse charms which the city brings to the table in a restricted time range.

  • Places to visit: 
    • The state is acclaimed for its different tourist spots and heritage attractions, the most prominent of which is the Charminar. The extraordinary milestone was worked by Muhammed Quli Qutb Shah to pay tribute to the plague's terrible losses. 
    • Golconda Fort, which saw the climb of various lines, is a notable excursion goal. 
    • The Qutub Shahi Tombs are the resting spots of the pioneers of Hyderabad. 
    • Mecca Masjid is the most settled mosque in the city. 
  • Modes of transport: There are different methods of transportation in Hyderabad to ensure a hassle-free journey while you are in the city. The various options comprise:
    • Bus: Managed by the APSRTC, the fabulous city of Hyderabad is very well-associated by transports from different pieces of the city. 
    • Train: The nearby train arrangement of Hyderabad which is otherwise called the Multi-Modal Transport System (MMTS) is the most favoured alternative. 
    • Auto-rickshaw is another mode. 
    • A scope of taxi/taxi additionally handles in the city making travelling in and around Hyderabad, easy. 
  • Airport information: 
    • The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport serves and interfaces Hyderabad to different pieces of India as well as numerous conspicuous urban communities over the world. 
    • Boasting best in class facilities, the air terminal is known to be truly outstanding in the nation. 
    • The air terminal code is HYD.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Which is the cheapest month to book flights from Hyderabad to Mumbai?

Booking your tickets in advance is always a good idea! However, there are no such specific months to book cheap flight tickets as the fares vary throughout the year. Visit, www.goindigo.in for more information.

What is the baggage allowance on Hyderabad to Mumbai flight?

An allowance of 15kg baggage is permitted per passenger for checked baggage. In addition to this, 7kg hand baggage can also be carried. For more information on this, visit, IndiGo Baggage Information

What is the name and code of Mumbai airport?

Mumbai has one of a kind Airport, the Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport. The Airport with the code - BOM is situated in the suburb of Santa Cruz and Sahar neighbourhood. This airport alongside Delhi Airport is the essential worldwide entryway to India. Previously, Mumbai Airport was known as Sahar International Airport, while a few local people still utilize this name these days alongside Santacruz Airport given its area in suburbia of Santa Cruz and Sahar town in Andheri and the way that in the past were two free air terminals. It is the second busiest air terminal in India after Delhi Airport.

Does IndiGo offer non-stop flights from Hyderabad to Mumbai?

IndiGo operates a string of non-stop flights from Hyderabad to Mumbai as well as many other prime cities. Check out IndiGo Flight Schedule page to seek more information on the same.

How far is the Mumbai airport from the city?

The air terminal or airport of Mumbai is situated in Andheri, 8 km north of downtown Mumbai.

Where can I get good offers on flights for Hyderabad to Mumbai route?

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Which is the best time to visit Mumbai?

The most suitable time to visit the spectacular city of Mumbai is from October to February. The city witnesses heavy rainfall during the monsoon. The city springs to life, with a lush green view everywhere.

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