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Bold and beautiful Mumbai

Once you’ve booked your flights to Mumbai, you’ll be on the cusp of a truly unforgettable experience.

This Indian city boasts glittering high rise buildings, beautiful temples and Bollywood movie locations.

Mumbai is also the capital of the nation’s fashion scene – check out the local boutiques, stalls and malls.

view of south central financial district and skyscrapers in mumbai india

Mumbai’s inviting coastline is framed by a breathtaking view of Western Ghats mountain range and surrounded by fascinating islands. The 8th and 9th century Hindu cave temples on Elephanta Island are especially extraordinary.

As you explore the city’s streets, you’ll find them brimming with bazaars and lined with markets and food stalls selling all manner of wares, trinkets and tasty treats.

Explore the inner-city jungle of Sanjay Gandhi National Park, catch a cricket match at Wankhede Stadium, explore Bollywood locations or discover the city’s rich history by visiting its many temples – such as the nearby Global Vipassana Pagoda.

Book your plane tickets to Mumbai with Etihad today to start your Indian adventure.

What’s the weather like in Mumbai?

What’s the weather like in Mumbai?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

24°C

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FEB

25°C

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MAR

27°C

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APR

29°C

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MAY

30°C

2cm

JUN

30°C

53cm

JUL

28°C

80cm

AUG

28°C

53cm

SEP

28°C

32cm

OCT

29°C

5cm

NOV

28°C

2cm

DEC

26°C

1cm

Mumbai’s climate is warm and sunny, with average temperatures surpassing 24 °C all year round. If you fly to Mumbai between June and September you’ll find the hottest conditions, while December to March offer cooler but still pleasant weather.

Visit in October and recent rainfall may well have brought out lush green colours in the surrounding hills – offering simply beautiful views.

Reasons to visit Mumbai

view of skyline at night from marine drive in mumbai india

Soak up the coastal charm

When you fly to Mumbai, enjoying a sunset on Marine Drive is an absolute must-do. This scenic stretch is also known as Queen’s Necklace, because of the crescent of street lights lining the road.

The area is buzzing with activity day and night and there’s always something to do. Visit Juhu Beach and Chowpatty Beach – both are great for bazaars, food stalls and relaxing with the locals. Bandra Fort, overlooking the skyline of south Mumbai, is another popular sunset spot.

world heritage site of chhatrapati shivaji maharaj historic train station in mumbai india

Tour iconic attractions

Once you have your Mumbai flight tickets, you can put together a list of historically important buildings, monuments and attractions to visit. The Gateway of India is arguably one of the most famous monuments in the city, and the first thing that visitors to Mumbai traditionally saw when approaching by boat.

Something else that inspires awe is the stunning Gothic-style Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus railway station (also known as the Victoria Terminus railway station) – a world heritage site.

The Malabar Hill neighbourhood, meanwhile, includes an incredible number of attractions. Visit the Hanging Gardens and admire the intricate carvings at Babu Amichand Panalal Jain Temple.

remarkable carvings at the ancient elephanta island caves in mumbai india

Day trip to Elephanta Caves

From the Gateway of India, you can take an hour-long ferry to Elephanta Island (Gharapuri) where you can explore ancient cave temples. The island got its name from the huge stone elephant that used to stand on the south shore.

The caves have been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987 and contain both Hindu carvings and Buddhist effigies. Wandering through the labyrinth of courtyards, shrines and halls, you’ll be able to admire artwork, intricate sculptures and a small on-site museum in this incredible ‘City of Caves’.

Things to know before you fly to Mumbai

plane Transfers from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM)

Airport transfers with Etihad offer you the option of arranging your onward journey in style and comfort. Alternatively, a prepaid taxi can get you into the city from Mumbai Airport. Official taxis endorsed by the airport have fixed fares.

charities Cultural considerations

Mumbai is a diverse and welcoming city, but remember to stay quiet and respectful when visiting temples and other religious sites – and follow any instructions you might be given when entering them.

bus Getting around

There are numerous convenient transport options to help you get around Mumbai. Auto rickshaws are relatively cheap and will assist you in negotiating the traffic, while Uber is also a popular taxi service in the city. Ferries are great for getting around Mumbai’s stunning islands, while many of the popular visitor sites in the central districts can be reached on foot.

socket Plugs

India uses type C, D and M sockets, which include both two and three-pin varieties. Standard voltage and frequency are 230V/50Hz. Consider packing a universal plug adaptor for your power use.

Flying to Mumbai: FAQs

Where should I stay in Mumbai?

Colaba is one of the most popular areas for visitors to Mumbai as it is central and close to several popular sights, including the Gateway of India and Colaba Causeway. Kala Ghoda is a fantastically creative area to stay in – home to the Jehangir Art Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern Art.

How long should I stay in Mumbai?

While three to five days may be enough to see many of Mumbai’s main must-see attractions, a week will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the city’s atmosphere. For many travellers, of course, Mumbai is the first stop on a wider adventure in India. If visiting the entire country, consider spending at least two or three weeks exploring the nation.

What food is Mumbai known for?

Mumbai is famous for its rice dishes, vegetable curries, and fish curries – not to mention tasty chapatis and rotis. Mumbai is also renowned for the food stalls lining the city’s streets. The most popular street dish is Vada Pav, a delicious treat consisting of a deep-fried potato patty in a bun.

Why we love Mumbai

“Visiting Mumbai is always a fabulous experience – it's a big, bustling, exciting city full of delicious cuisine, exciting fashion and tremendous attractions. Visit the historic treasures on nearby islands, then grab some street food and head to Marine Drive to watch the sunset – truly unforgettable.”

Why fly to Mumbai with Etihad?

Choose from an array of options when you book your flights to Mumbai with Etihad.

Before you fly, why not book extra legroom with Economy Space or opt for additional privacy by bidding for Economy Neighbour-Free? You can choose how to check in and add extra baggage.

On board, you’ll discover our luxurious, comfortable cabins waiting for your arrival. Recline in our seats and stretch out with plenty of legroom.

Enjoy E-BOX, our inflight entertainment system. You can select from the latest movies, music, TV and more. While you watch your favourite show, you can tuck into a complimentary meal made using fresh, seasonal ingredients and accompanied by your choice of beverage.

Guests in Business can Dine Anytime and, on selected aircraft, turn their seat into a fully-flat bed to enjoy some rest before arriving in Mumbai.

Book an airport transfer with Etihad and a driver will be waiting to whisk you away to your next stop once you land.

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Book the lowest flight deals to Mumbai (BOM) from EUR 712

Paris (CDG) to Mumbai (BOM)

Departure Thu 11 Jun 2020,
Return Thu 25 Jun 2020
from EUR712*
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Weather in Mumbai

33 °C
Tuesday31 Mar 2020
30 °C
Wednesday1 Apr 2020
32 °C
Thursday2 Apr 2020
31 °C
Friday3 Apr 2020
30 °C
Saturday4 Apr 2020
30 °C
Sunday5 Apr 2020
29 °C
Monday6 Apr 2020
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