Fashion Street, Mumbai

Fashion Street, Mumbai

Shopping in Mumbai is at its peak on Fashion Street. Visitors can shop at one of the hundreds of booths that sell clothing, textiles, jewelry and accessories.

The street is famous for bargain-basement deals on all items. Even name-brand clothing is plentiful. One thing shoppers won't find are price tags. With few exceptions, prices are quoted with the expectation of bargaining.

Tourists will also find plenty of food on Fashion Street. They can stop by a street vendor for snacks or pop into a restaurant for a delicious meal of local cuisine.

Fashion is located on Mahatma Gandhi between Cross Maidan and Azad Maidan. It is a quick walk to a number of popular tourist sites like Flora Fountain and Saint Thomas' Cathedral.

The vendors on Fashion Street open their booths daily at 11 AM. They remain open until 8 PM. Those who visit on weekends will share the space with a large number of locals and tourists alike. Good deals can be found no matter when you visit.

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Sight Name: Fashion Street
Sight Location: Mumbai, India (See walking tours in Mumbai)
Sight Type: Shopping
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