The districts of Fort and Kala Godha in south Mumbai hold the most splendid colonial-era landmarks in the city. They date from the Raj at its 19th-century zenith, when India was the world’s main exporter of cotton, and form a fabulously grandiose backdrop for the swirl of life at street level. Join a local expert for a history-focussed tour ticking off all the big buildings, from the Gateway of India to the Prince of Wales Museum, General Post Office and VT Station, with a stop at the time-warp Yazdani Bakery for chai and traditional Parsi biscuits.
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