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HomeDomestic Flights > Delhi to Srinagar Flights

Delhi to Srinagar Flights

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About Srinagar

One of the most popular snow-clad destinations, Srinagar is present on the travellers’ list of ‘Places to visit before you die’. Srinagar is situated in the valley of Kashmir, lies on the banks of River Jhelum. The picturesque gardens and the enthralling culture tags Srinagar as ‘Heaven on Earth’. The strategic location or Srinagar makes the city the summer capital of the state.

The city is known for its handicrafts, lakes and dry fruits. The Dal Lake is the mandatory mention when talking about Srinagar; it commands a major part of the city. It is the second largest lake in the state and is famous for the wooden house boats, locally known as ‘Shikaras’. The local population practices fishing and water harvesting at the Dal Lake.

The snow-covered mountains would leave you stunned. The pretty lakes and the dazzling valleys are definitely an add-on; the snow-capped places are the topmost tourist attractions. The hill resorts of Sonmarg, Gulmarg and Pahalgam are worth visiting, they host different adventure sports such as skiing, trekking and also paragliding.

If one is willing to enjoy a pleasant climate, the summer months from April to October are recommended. Although, the best time to visit is obviously during the winter months from November to March to experience the snowfall and other sports undertakings.

About Srinagar Airport

The Sheikh ul-Alam airport is located in Budgam, 4 km away from Srinagar. It is 12 km or 7.5 miles to the north of Srinagar. Offering both domestic and international flights, the Srinagar airport is the single international airport in the Jammu & Kashmir region with 2 terminals.

Terminal 1 is for domestic flights & Terminal 2 for international flights.

The airport is connected to the city via bus and taxi services.

Places to visit in Srinagar

Dal Lake

No other destination can be mentioned first other than the Dal Lake in your Srinagar itinerary. The Dal Lake is the jewel of Srinagar; the pristine lake is way too gorgeous. One can witness Shikaras moving casually, the floating markets, and the surrounded lush gardens. The introduction of the concept of houseboats by the British promoted tourism to the lake.

Mughal Gardens

The Mughal Emperor Jahangir had undying love for Kashmir and he was the one who did everything from the selection of the site to planning the requirements of the paradise gardens. The Mughal Gardens comprise of Shal;imar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, Pari Mahal, Chashme Shahi, Verinag Garden and Achabal. The gardens are built in Persian architecture, are crowd pullers as they include canals, pools and fountains along with the lush green grass.

Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden

The beautiful rows of tulip cultivation in every possible colour with the backdrop of the magnificent Zabarwan Hills make this place a mandatory visit. It was previously known as Model Floriculture Centre and is the largest tulip garden in the continent of Asia. One can witness around 70 different varieties of tulip. The Tulip festival is an annual celebration which attracts a large number of tourists every year.

Shankaracharya Temple

This temple is a dedication to Lord Shiva and was named after the great philosopher Shankaracharya who visited the valley around ten centuries ago. It is situated at a height of 1100 feet, provides an impeccable view of the city. It is visited by thousands of devotees during the Amarnath Yatra.

Hazratbal Shrine

With 68.31% of population of Muslim, Islam is the most extended religion of Jammu & Kashmir. The beautiful white marble structure is considered the most holy shrine in the valley. It boasts a relic known as Moi-e-Muqqadas, which is believed to be a sacred hair of Prophet Muhammad’s beard. It is preserved, brought to display before the public on specific occasions and thus the shrine is considered to be sacred amongst the Muslims.

About Delhi

Delhi is a city that is a perfect example of the past, present and the future. From the threadlike lanes and overfilled bazaars of Old or Puraani Delhi to the remains of lost empires, magnificent forts and eminent gardens — it’s a city straight-up in history. The contemporary New Delhi is the country’s administrative capital and is an excellent exhibit of the British-era architecture. The future is displayed in Gurugram (also known as Gurgaon), a city of glamorous malls, sky-high corporate spaces, and it also the second largest IT hub in India.

Delhi owns three UNESCO World Heritage Sites - the marvellous Red Fort, the Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb, a 16th century precursor to the Taj Mahal.

Apart from the ancient ruins and historical monuments, Delhi offers wonderful experiences of munching, shopping and having fun. The city’s urbane culture is visible in its local marketplaces, high-street shopping destinations, contradistinctive cuisines and dazzling nightlife.

Delhi is a part of the famous Golden Triangle tour route, which includes Agra and Jaipur. It is usually the starting point of the tour.

Roaming around in Delhi is quite simple and hassle-free. With a gigantic fleet of both AC and non-AC buses, radio taxis and of course, the popular metro; there are a lot of convenient options available to travel in the city. A Delhi metro line also links to the Indira Gandhi International Airport.

FAQs

Q: How many flights fly every day from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: On average there are around 20 non-stop flights fly from New Delhi to Srinagar.

Q: What is the flight duration from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: It takes an approximate of 1 hours and 20 minutes to fly from New Delhi to Srinagar.

Q: What is the average fare for the flights from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: Rs. 2204 is the average airfare (one way) for the flights from New Delhi to Srinagar.

Q: Which are the best-rated hotels to stay in Srinagar?

A: Vivanta Dal View, Four Points by Sheraton, The Orchard Retreat & Spa, and The LaLit Grand Palace Srinagar are a few popular hotels to stay in Srinagar.

Q: Which are the top airlines that fly from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: The top airlines operating from New Delhi to Srinagar are AirAsia, Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara.

Q: When is the first flight from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: The first flight from New Delhi to Srinagar is at 05:20 operated by GoAir.

Q: When is the last flight from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: The last flight from New Delhi to Srinagar is at 15:45 by GoAir.

Q: Which are the airlines that operate direct flights from New Delhi to Srinagar?

A: AirAsia, Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara are some airlines which operate direct flights from New Delhi to Srinagar.

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Delhi Airport Info

Delhi Airport (DEL), New Delhi, India.

Srinagar Airport Info

Srinagar Airport (SXR), Srinagar, India.

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