Top 3 Places to visit in Srinagar

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Best things to do in Srinagar and sightseeing in Srinagar

Considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the country, Srinagar is the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir. It is known for the stunning Dal Lake, the surreal Pari Mahal, the cluster of lush gardens and its poetic Chinar trees. If you are visiting Srinagar, there is not only a lot to experience but also a lot to learn. From its colourful culture to its intriguing history, the valley is a dream for travellers. Among other things, a night in a royal houseboat is a must do. Should you be short on time, you can take a short boat ride around the lake while admiring the enveloping mountains. Shalimar Bagh and Nishant Bagh should be next on your list for an afternoon amidst nature. If you are here during the peak season, the colour riot is sure to surprise you! For travellers looking for an unforgettable experience, the Dachigam National Park is a must visit. Located 22 km away from the city, this national park is unlike another. The officials here are extremely knowledgeable and you must hire a guide to understand the geographical importance of the park. If you are a foodie, Srinagar is going to be even more special for you! From the world famous Wazwan to local delicacies available at the numerous stalls in Lal Bagh and the popular spice-based tea, kahwa, Srinagar is a food lover's paradise!

Jama Masjid - Srinagar

The largest mosque and one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture present in India, the Jama Masjid is located just opposite the Red Fort in Delhi. The mosque which means “commanding view of the world” was built during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan between 1644 and 1658. It has a very spacious compound that can accommodate thousands of devotees at once. The main architectural attractions are the minarets and towers. The main tower has a 5- storey structure with projecting balconies on each level. The work of calligraphy is worth mentioning too. The main materials used were sandstone and marble.
The mosque is built around a courtyard and is supported by 370 wooden pillars- a typical example of Indo-Saracenic architecture.
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Best time to visit
7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Things to do
Climb the minaret to experience the wonderful views of the whole city. Admire the beauty of pure Islamic art and finesse of the designs on every inch of the mosque. Carrying of a camera or permission of photography needs an additional charge of Rs. 200. The mosque remains closed during prayer hours. Carry an extra bag to put in your shoes to avoid extra charges for footwear deposition. Beware of people who try to force you to pay extra. The fee for the minaret is charged separately.
Open Hours
7:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Lal Chowk - Srinagar

Often referred to as Ghanta Ghar, it is the busiest commercial centre of Srinagar with hotel lined streets and a bustling market in Boulevard Street.
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Hari Parbat - Srinagar

Next we moved towards Hari Parbat- sacred to Hindus due to the presence of temple of Sharika- form of Goddess Durga/Shakti. The Mughal emperor’s fort crowns the top of hill.
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