Landour Travel Guide: Best Places To See And Eat

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Landour Travel Guide: Best Places To See And Eat

In the state of Uttarakhand lies a small and beautiful cantonment town that is adjacent to Mussorie known as Landour. When one visits Landour, there are many points at high altitudes which provide breathtaking views of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand. The city is very famous for its colonial-style architecture. If it’s your first time visiting the town, we have your back. Here are the best places to see and eat in Landour.

Places To Visit In Landour

Laal Tibba: It is a hill and is the highest point in Mussorie which is about 8000m above sea level. The place is famous for gifting visitors a sight of the most mesmerizing sunrise and sunset of life. The greenery around and Buildings from old British architecture are also worth a watch. 

St. Paul’s Church: The Anglican church has the most beautiful architecture and is very famous. At the pews, there are slots for rifles so that the British soldiers do not have to lose their fortitude while worshipping. 

Kellog’s Memorial Church: This church was an Indo-Gothic style church which now has the Presbyterian style architecture. It is one of the known attractions in Landour. 

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Places To Eat In Landour

Char Dukan: Char Dukan is famous for its delicious breakfast which offers you a variety of options from pancakes to cheese Maggi. When in Landour you cannot afford to miss this wonderful place. 

Landour Bakehouse: This iconic bakehouse in Landour is famous for slabs of lemon cake, freshly-baked chocolate cookies, and delicious apple pie. The place is also known for tasty french press and hot ginger tea. 

Cafe Ivy: Just opposite Char Dukan will you find this pub with the most rustic look and interior. Make sure to try their peri chicken and cheese pepperoni pizza. You can also enjoy the beautiful mountain view from the balcony. 

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