Mumbai's fairytale story began on 11th May 1661. Princess Catherine of Braganza was married to King Charles II of England. As part of her dowry, the islands of Bombay were transferred from Portuguese to English hands. The English established Bombay into a major port of trade and commerce. In 1947 India was granted independence and Bombay became the capital of the erstwhile Bombay State. In 1996 Bombay was renamed Mumbai and as Mumbai the city grew into a financial, cultural and sporting powerhouse.
Explore the Indian city of dreams as you walk through its attractions such as the University of Mumbai, Bombay High Court, Central Telegraph office and famous libraries. On your way, see the ancient clock tower, admire the Flora Fountain and Horniman Circle Gardens, with short stops at Hutatma Chowk and the Elphinstone College, all and more on this 3-hour walking tour.
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