The best way to absorb the spirit of any city – one should take a walk through its streets.The tour includes walking around all the beautiful colonial buildings were built when the British ruled India now known as the FORT HERITAGE DISTRICT South Of Mumbai ,The Fort wall which the British had built and was demolished in the late 1800s as the island city saw the expansion of its fortified walled city.
Start at the Asiatic Library and walk to the Horniman Circle – Mumbai’s second business district built during the British rule first being the Ballard Estate. Then spend a quiet moment at the St. Thomas’ Cathedral and then continue to the busy once the heart of commercial Mumbai – the Flora Fountain and surroundings. Then saunter towards the High Court, pass the greens of the Oval Maidan where can possibly see some cricket – the religion of India – played on its turf by the local teams the internal / friendly matches. Walk towards the Mumbai University and onwards to the Prince of Wales Museum and onto the Gateway of India – The Stone Structure built to commemorate the visit of the reign Queen & King in the lifetime of British rule here in India .The ceremonial gate to receive & see off the last British troupe through this gate.This tour should take around 2 hours.
Me and my husband really like this tour . Recommended to every traveller . If you are going to Mumbai , you can book this tour without any second thought..