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EXPLORE SRINAGAR

Cocooned by glassy lakes and lofty, forested mountains, Srinagar is brimming with culture and beauty. With its picture-postcard Mughal gardens, elegant houseboats and colourful history, it is no wonder that it is otherwise called ‘Paradise on Earth.

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SAMPLE ITINERARIES

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Full day Itinerary

Explore a Mughal garden, pick up souvenirs, go on a sunset boat ride, and gaze at the abode of fairies, all lit up.

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Half day Itinerary 1

Gaze at the lovely Pari Mahal, visit a venerated mosque, and discover an age-old temple.

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Half day Itinerary 2

Bring home lovely Pashmina shawls at Lal Chowk, buy dry fruits at Residency Road, and load up on papier mâché trinkets on Dal Lake.

The closest airport is Sheikh ul Alam Airport, commonly known as Srinagar Airport, which services flights from Mumbai and New Delhi. The airport is heavily patrolled, and winter flights could be cancelled due to heavy fog.

Jammu Tawi is the closest reliable railhead, and is connected to major cities across the country.It takes approximately four hours to drive from Jammu Tawi to Srinagar.

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The J&K State Road Transport Corporation (J&KSRTC) operates fairly comfortable buses from Jammu, which take about twelve hours to reach Srinagar. Direct buses from New Delhi also travel to Srinagar on a journey that takes nearly twenty-four hours. 

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Srinagar falls on NH 1A and NH 1D, connecting it to the rest of the state, and allowing for connections to neighbouring states. It is always advisable to keep comfortable margins since mountain roads can be difficult to travel on.

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