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Srinagar

Srinagar

Population:
1,192,792
Average Climate:
Summer: 12° C – 27° C
Winter: 02° C – 12° C
Best time to visit:
April to September
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About Srinagar

Srinagar, the first stop for most travellers to Kashmir is the state’s winter capital. It is city of lakes and waterways, gardens and picturesque wooden architecture. Romantic shikara rides, the charm of houseboats and the grace of its architecture give city a fitting introduction to the many enchantments of the valley. The city is located on both the sides of Jhelum River, crossed by seven bridges and which passes through the city and meanders through the valley, moving onward and deepening in the Dal Lake. Many visitors spend a great part of their holiday aboard waterborne hotels which give them beautiful look of the surroundings.   

Tourist Attractions

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Dal Lakes

s Dal Lake, a Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir and Srinagar is six kms long and three kms wide. Small, willow covered islands give an ethereal ambience to the lake on misty mornings. Dal Lake is lined by gardens built in the Mughal era and many parks.  It is the most important landmark of Srinagar. The best views of the lake can be seen from the Shalimar Garden and Nishat Garden. Covering an area of 18 sq km, the Dal Lake is part of a natural wetland that covers an area of about 21 sq km which includes floating gardens. The floating gardens are known as ‘Rad’ in Kashmiri language.

Nishat Gardens

Shalimar Gardenss

Hazratbal Shrines

Hotel

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Vivanta by Taj, Dal Lake

Srinagar,India

Perched on Kralsangri hill that captures finest panoramic view of the Dal Lake , surrounded by majesty of Zabarwan Mountains. Spread across 6 acres, Vivanta by Taj - Dal View, Srinagar offers 82 spacious rooms and suites. All laid out with a variety of comforts in contemporary style with fancy flourishes of traditional Kashmiri ...
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The Lalit Grand Palace

Srinagar,India

The Lalit Grand Palace Srinagar is the former palace residence of the Maharajas, and has been carefully and meticulously restored. Designed and built by Maharaja Pratap Singh in 1910, the hotel stands witness to key events in India’s history. Previous guests include Lord Mountbatten, and the Palace courtyard’s Chinar...