Srinagar is one of the largest cities in Jammu and Kashmir. The city is also known as the summer capital of the state. The city is immensely popular for its beauty especially its gardens and waterfronts. Some of the magnificent zones for sightseeing in Srinagar are the Shankaracharya Hill, Dal Lake, Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden and Betab Valley. The summer capital is packed with a collection of hotels in Srinagar ranging from budget rooms to luxurious 5-star suites.
By Bus: Following are the details of how to go to Srinagar by bus. JKSRTC and private operators run the bus services in the area linking with the major cities of the country. Tickets for Srinagar visit by bus can be booked directly at the station or online from the site. It is recommended that you book tickets early for a more convenient Srinagar trip by bus.
By Train: Travellers that do not know how to reach Srinagar by rail can inquire for the Srinagar train timetable for details on Srinagar trains’ travel routes and timings. The Srinagar railway station makes it possible for regular trains to Srinagar from the major cities of the country to become available. Srinagar also has the longest rail tunnel in the country. One can travel through Srinagar even during snow as the train runs as usual during heavy snow.
By Flight: Srinagar airport has regular domestic flights to Srinagar from other cities of the country. There are also occasional international flights especially Hajj flights. Srinagar travel cabs are available for hire from the airport to reach the desired destination by road.
By Cab/Car: Cabs are hireable to go to any place in the region but are expensive even if it is one of the most convenient ways to travel. Srinagar car rental is available for those that prefer privacy and like to drive by themselves. Journeying to Srinagar by car is suggested for those travelling with family or kids. One of the perks of travelling to Srinagar by road is that it allows one to stop anywhere along the route if necessary.