- Dal Lake ,Nishat Garden,Shalimar Garden,Dargah Hazrat Bal Shrine,Shalimar Bagh,Shankar Acharya Temple ,Jamia Masjid , Pari Mahal, Cheshma Shahi
Dal Lake :-The jewel crown of Srinagar city , the Dal lake is synonymous to a visit to Srinagar and almost a visual definition of the town. Spread over 26 square kilometers, it is the most photogenic stretch of paradise on earth and undoubtedly also the most sought after attraction. It is situated in the midst of beautiful lush green mountains and is the most pristine view of nature in all its glory. Facilities such as Shikara boat rides, house boats and lake markets make this place a favorite among tourists.
Nishat Garden :-Built in the Mughal era, donning its majestic architecture, are the Mughal gardens. The garden is a combination of the Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Gardens & Chashm-e-Shahi. The most prominent feature of the gardens its long stretches of cascading fountains makes this a must see for every traveler. Laid out in 1633, the Nishat Bagh fondly known as the Garden of Joy. Its beauty is enhanced by the well-manicured landscapes, long avenues of Chinar & cypress trees, rare flowering plants, 12 terraces & several bubbling fountains that's cover the whole expanse of the garden.
Hazratbal Shrine :- Hazratbal Mosque, situated on the western shore of the pristine Dal Lake, is a very sacred Muslim shrine in Hazratbal. Hazratbal's special significance is derived from the fact that it houses a heir of the prophet Muhammad, a relic, titled Moi-e-Muqqadas. The relic is only displayed to the public on.
Shalimar Bagh :- One of a beautifully laid garden by Mughal emperor Jahangir. Exhibiting the exemplary craftsmanship of Mughals in horticulture, the place is quite popular with tourists from all over the world.
Shankar Acharya Temple :-Visit this effulgent, age old temple in Srinagar to feel closer to the gods. Situated at a height of about 1100 feet on the south-east of the city, this sacred temple offers splendid views of the valley and the snow clad mountains of the Pir Panjal range.
Jammai Masjid :- The calm serenity of this Masjid makes you feel more connected and closer to the Almighty. Jama Masjid is one of the oldest and the biggest mosques in Kashmir.
Pari Mahal :- The House of Fairies or Pari Mahal is a historic monument placed above the beautiful Chashma Shahi Gardens near Srinagar. A well-laid spacious garden surrounds this structure, which was once a Buddhist monastery and later served as a school of astrology promoted by the eldest son of Shah Jahan, Dara...
Chesma Shahi :- With spellbinding beauty and aesthetic fountains, The Chashmeshahi Garden is a famous tourist destination. The garden consists of a pavilion and three terraces and is famous for the natural spring that flows from it.
Things to Do :-
*Shikara Ride /Jet Ski Ride/Motor Boat Ride (At your own)