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India - The country of sights and sounds

India is a country of abundance. It offers a variety of hotel rooms of any kinds: from very cheap to budget comfort to luxury antique masterpieces.

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The most popular flight paths to India are through Delhi and Mumbai.

Sprawling, overcrowded and chaotic Mumbai is one of the most stifling and stimulating cities on the planet. Home to Bollywood, India's fashion capital and the capital of Maharashtra state, Mumbai can at times be overwhelming, but this metropolis is also endlessly fascinating.

Squeezed onto a small island connected by bridges to the mainland, Mumbai is India's largest city and financial epicentre, home to great wealth, glistening skyscrapers and fashion-savvy locals.

The busy streets are packed with grand colonial architecture, a myriad of temples and mosques, and many ancient bazaars. Visitors can immerse themselves in colonial history at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the Gateway of India and the nearby legendary Taj Mahal Hotel. Alternatively, head towards Marine Drive to gawp at a surprising number of art deco buildings; in fact Mumbai is second only to Miami when it comes to this architectural style.

Eat at some of India's best restaurants or find a sandy seaside spot to sample Mumbai's most popular snack, bhelpuri. To truly get under the skin of the city, head to one of Mumbai’s bustling bazaars, a riot of colour and people; take in a movie where enraptured cinema-goers enthusiastically clap, cheer and whistle at their Bollywood heros and heroines; watch cricket, the nation’s sporting passion, being played by young and old alike.

However you choose to experience Mumbai, one thing is for certain: amid the colour and chaos, the city is certain to leave an impression.

Delhi

India's intense and initially bewildering capital can have an almost overwhelming effect on the first-time visitor – the early impression may be of utter chaos. There is a constant cacophony of hooters, and livestock wanders, seemingly oblivious to the danger.

Delhi is a microcosm of Indian life, with its huge population and vast array of sights and sensations to absorb. There are monuments, mosques and tombs in abundance, impressive colonial architecture, brilliant museums, excellent restaurants, peaceful gardens and more than enough bazaars, markets and shops (both high-end and bargain).

New Delhi is remarkable for its well-planned structure. It connects some of the city’s key attractions: Rashtrapati Bhavan (the Presidential Residence), Connaught Place and India Gate, the national monument of India.

Old Delhi, on the other hand, may more closely resemble what you’ve come to expect from the bustling, crowded cities in India: crumbling walls, narrow streets jam-packed with cars, rickshaws ,pedestrians and animals; people generally living life very much out in the open.

Within the chaos, you’ll find some of the most noteworthy sites in the country – Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India; Rajghat, the memorial for Mahatma Gandhi; and the famous Chandni Chowk market. Not to mention some of the best street food on earth.

What is indisputable is the fact that the beauty and history you’ll see in Delhi is unparalleled.

India is an ideal place for couples, families and solo travellers.
There are countless beautiful attractions to see and endless things to do, catering for all types of travellers.

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