Mumbai, in addition to being the financial capital of the country, is also the Bollywood capital and the literary & cultural capital. For finance geeks like me, one can visit Dalal Street where the Bombay Stock Exchange is located. Take a walk around Nariman Point and soak in the financial vibes emanating from the head offices of the various banks located there. For Bollywood fanatics, head over to Carter Road and hope to catch a glimpse of one of the Khans. Many enthusiasts also make the weekly pilgrimage every Sunday outside Amitabh Bachchan's house. Take a tour of Film City to get behind the scenes of a movie or a daily soap opera. Visit some of the places made famous by Bollywood such as CST Station, Chor Bazaar, Marine Drive, etc. Mumbai is also the art & culture capital of India. Festivals ranging from the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (in February) to the Times Literary Carnival (in December) attract enthusiasts. Places such as the Prince Of Wales Museum & the Jehangir Art Gallery are a must-visit. Though not officially, Mumbai can also be called the street food capital considering all sorts of street food is available here all through the year. From the ubiquitous & humble wada pav to chaat like pani puri and from South Indian fare like dosa to momos & sandwiches, Mumbai has it all. Head to Chhabildas, Dadar for the best wada pav in town and Citylight Cinema, Mahim for the best chaat.