Dal Lake ranks first on any trip to Srinagar. The stunning Shikara and wooden boats that float in the waters offer a beautiful view of the lake's circumference.
The Shalimar Bagh garden , designed in Persian style architecture, covers 31 acres. Built at the Dal Lake's edge.
The temple is dated back to 200 BC. It was built on the hill Shankaracharya Hill. This temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva, also has great significance to Buddhists.
The multi-terraced garden, literally translated to the'Palace of Fairies', was built at an elevation with stunning views over the Dal Lake.
The Hazratbal Mosque white marbled dome structure, which reflects its charm in the waters off Dal Lake's western shore, is the Hazratbal Mosque .
Nageen Lake has a quieter, calmer environment than the Dal Lake. The causeway separates it from the Dal Lake. While the center of the lake features clear, calm waters
Srinagar has recently added the Tulip Garden. The Tulip Garden is Asia's largest and most extensive collection of tulips.