Delhi or Dilli is often referred to as Dilwalon ki Dilli, which translates to �Delhi belongs to the large-hearted�. Add to it the fact that Delhi is also called the heart of the country, partly because of its location on the map and partly because of it being India�s political headquarters. But one constant is Delhi�s connection with heart and matters of heart; in its element, Delhi can be impressively romantic. When it comes to weekend getaways from Delhi within 300 km, options are myriad. The best part of living in Delhi is that your weekends are mostly planned. Corbett National Park (230 km) , Agra (210 km), Lansdowne (254 km), Morni Hills (272 km) and Parwanoo (281 km), Mussoorie (286 km) and Kasauli (298) are the perfect options. These places are barely 7 to 8 hours drive from Delhi, and remain crowded with visitors over the weekend. All the destinations are extremely beautiful and peaceful, when not brimming with people. Mussoorie is the most famous hill station in Uttarakhand, which is renowned for its association with the famous writer Ruskin Bond. All his novels and short stories are inspired and written mostly in the backdrop of picturesque Mussoorie. Go on small trek, visit the famous Kempty Falls and enjoy the delicious momos and a number of baked products here.