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There are so majy beautiful City around the road...if you have time then spend at least half a day traveling and other one to explore
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There is place called Sonamargh which is enroute to Leh... One of the best place around the world... That's very beautiful...Thats approximately 4hrs travel from Sri Nagar... Then you can go to drass and visit kargil war memorial... After which you can visit Zanskhar Valley... Most beautiful valley which is less exlored... After which you can head towards leh... These places would take around 3days... But its on the way to leh only... If you need any further detailing DM me... Happy Travelling :)
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Dal Lake would be perfect... Yes Zoji la is also enroute only...Its Like Sri Nagar- Sonamargh- Kargil- Lamayuru- Leh... If you wanna go to Zanskhar, its a separate way from Kargil...
Zoji la pass also in the route??? and can you suggest some places particularly in Srinagar as i am staying there for a day.
Zero Point and Sonamarg , Pahalgam you can go which is for one day only. And you want only in Srinagar city specific then Go to Dal Lake, Shalimar Bagh Mughal Garden, Chashme Shahi Garden, Pari Mahal. These are mainly famous places .
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Hi Lalit, Below are the places you could explore in or near Srinagar: 1. Old City - kashmiri mosques and sufi shrines 2. Dal Lake - floating vegetable market, houseboat experience or a shikara ride to chaar chinar island. 3. Hari Parbat Fort 4. Mughal Gardens - shalimar bagh, nishat bagh, chashmashahi garden, botanical garden, tulip garden. 5. Wular Lake or Nagin Lake 6. Tulip Festival - April to May near the dal lake.
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Thanks for detailed answer
Hey, dal lake Shalimar bagh Mughal garden bonafide multi brand Pari Mahal chashme shahi
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In Srinagar all places of tourist interest are nearby on Dal Lake- Mughal Gardens of Nishat Bagh, Shailmar Bagh, Pari Mahal, Chasme Shahi, Shankaracharya Temple and Dal Lake.
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