Mussoorie, India


"Queen of the Hills", based at the foot of the Himalayas officer in the British army in 1820, stands out due to the vast forests, a favorable climate and species of the valley Dun. The town's name is derived from the berry-covered Mansur shrub that grows in abundance in the region, located to the pedestrian walks. The echoes of the colonial past are still being felt in the local cuisine and architecture. If you want to admire the stunning views, climb to Gun Hill or Chaylderz Lodge (two highest peaks), or take a trip to the famous waterfall of Kempten.