Every year millions of Britons plan holiday tour to India to relish a thrilling holidays that mesmerize their mind and soothes their deepest senses. Apart from everything else this country is famous for, it is the country's shopping alternatives that truly cast a magic spell on the visiting rovers! India is an incredible haunt for keen shoppers and inundates them in a virtual torrent of shopping spots. Duty-free shopping at key Indian airports is one of the sure fire ways to make all the efforts of to book airlines offering tickets on cheap flights to India truly worthwhile. The airports of the two major metropolises of India, Mumbai and Delhi are great treats for shopping lovers and feature an array of duty free shopping stores offering almost everything at cheap prices. Delhi International Airport Delhi International (IGI) Airport is one of the most famous gateways for business and leisure travellers booking airline tickets on cheap flights to India. It is replete with all sorts of amenities and facilities that are associated with any world-class airport. The duty free shopping scene at the airport sways one and all off the feet; even the most discerning of the shoppers on flights to India find themselves in the thick of shopping here! Be it unique Indian handicrafts, designer brands of perfumes, finestquor, electronics gizmos, watches and books etc, the duty free stores located at the Delhi International Airport have them all. The duty free shops for beauty products, Guardian and Body Shop are located at terminal-3 of the airport. These stores offer an array of nutrition, Ayurveda, vitamins, personal and health care products and lure millions looking for branded cosmetics at cheap duty free prices. A paradise for book lovers, the Odyssey bookstore is located at T1A, T1C, T1D, T3 terminal of the airport and features a large collection of books for people of all age groups andkes. Media Mart is another famous bookstore located at T1A, T3 terminal of the airport and houses books on various subjects including media, entertainment, fashion, sports, etc. For buying some high-class modern gadgets, Croma and Electronixity located at T3 terminal are best stores to visit. These stores feature many electronic devices including personal digital assistants, laptops, MP3 players, iPods, digital cameras and endless range of accessories and win the admiration of every gadget buff. Mumbai International Airport One of the busiest airports in South-East Asia, Mumbai International airport (Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport) is a popular choice of those who travel to India on cheap flights. Apart from modern amenities and high-class services, the duty-free shopping facilities at the Mumbai International airport are 'sure to lure' treats for travellers booking flights to India. To buy the internationalquor, tobacco and perfume selections, the airport features two stores in international departures at gates 6-7 and 12-13. Casa Pashma located at the international departures area of the airport offers lush pashmina and cashmere accessories whereas the two stores of Krishna Pearls houses ornaments made of pearls and other precious stones. For buying some Indian handicrafts, the two Little India stores at the airport are perfect picks. Little India is a renowned brand that deals with a range of beautiful Indian merchandise including artefacts, souvenirs, and accessories. T1a terminal of the Mumbai International Airport is also quite exciting and houses many stores including Media Mart featuring books on various subjects, Natraj Jewellers and Neckties and More plus Esbeda, Samsonite and Pavers, etc. T1b departure of the airport has 10 stores including JK Fashions, Gili World, Da Milano, Croma and many others that keep the travellers busy for hours. Moreover, with ast of nine stores, the T1c terminal of the airport is perhaps the best mix of the lot. With William Penn writing instruments shop, Bombay Store offering exotic souvenirs, classy leather goods at Hidesign and Parcos selling premium perfume brands, the terminal delights every travel buff desirous of shopping cheap.