Mughal Gardens, Srinagar

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Take a stroll through Mughal Gardens, a well-maintained historical plot of land. Along with the other Mughal gardens in the country, these feature a design based on the model of Persian gardens, albeit modified to accommodate the hilly terrain and location of the water source. More linear than other gardens built by Mughals in the 17th century, the tiered garden has a striking visual effect, with its central stream running down in a cascade, and cypress and chinar trees lining the avenues against a mountainous backdrop. Before you head to Srinagar, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Srinagar tour planner, to make sure you see all that Srinagar has to offer, including Mughal Gardens.
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  • August 10, 2017
    Maybe I visited it on a wrong day at the wrong time but this place put me off. The garden was strictly ok ok. The place was extremely crowded with hardly a place left to sit, relax and enjoy the garde...  more »
  • August 3, 2017
    This is one of the best and beautiful gardens which is also called as Mohul Shalimar garden. This garden is maintained by the department of Horticulure/ Kashmir Govt. and the good job is done in maint...  more »
  • July 19, 2017
    A beautiful structure with beautiful views, just beware no facilities for disabled and take your water bottle with you as no sales around it and can get hot in midday  more »

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The moderate climate of Srinagar has made it a popular destination for locals during the summer, hence its good range of accommodations. Hotels basic and luxury, great and small, jostle for position alongside the main waterways, and across from the city's many historic gardens. However, staying on a houseboat on Dal Lake remains the most iconic way to ejoy your Srinagar holiday, with options ranging from budget to high-end. If you don't fancy spending your nights on the water, the palatial scale of the main tourist area makes it one of the more relaxing and popular areas to stay in. More cost-effective accommodations sit on the side streets of the residential districts further to the north.
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