Kochi, India

The merger of several small villages on the southwestern coast of the country has led to the formation of the present city of Kochi, where the most popular activity among tourists considered walking at sunset, tasting local seafood and travel by boat between the islands. In the centers of art you can see traditional dance Kathakali. The European influence is felt in the churches and forts built by the Portuguese in the XVI century, and the presence of Chinese traders point to the unusual fishing nets, stretching along the coastline.