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Jammu and Kashmir is often called heaven on earth and Srinagar is undoubtedly the most precious jewel on its crown. There are few places in the world which provide a setting as romantic as Srinagar. Beautiful lakes, amazing landscapes, and a weather so magnificent that you would never want to leave – that’s Srinagar for you. From the mesmerizing Dal lake to the beautiful tulip garden, Srinagar has some astonishing places to visit. Also Read - Jammu and Kashmir: Couple, Their 5-year-old Daughter, Killed as House Catches Fire in Srinagar

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Here is all that you need to know for a memorable honeymoon in this absolutely marvelous destination:

Accommodation options:

The Lalit Grand Palace Srinagar

Address: Gupkar Rd, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001
Phone:0194 250 1001
Tariff: Rs 13500

Lalit Grand Palace

Hotel Lake Resort boutique

Address: Lake Dal Rd, Srinagar, 190006
Phone:099067 10008
Tariff: Rs 3600

 Hotel Pine Grove

Address: 3rd Cross Road Boulevard, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001
Phone:0194 250 2405
Tariff: Rs 2600

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Eating options:

Hotel Ahdoos

Address: Residency road, Regal Chowk, Raj Bagh, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001
Phone:0194 247 2593


Address: Lane No 3, Boulevard Road, Near Shah Abbas Hotel, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001
Phone: 099065 46181

Stream multi-cuisine restaurant

Address: Boulevard Road, Bachhwara, Srinagar 190001, India
Phone: 0194-2500244


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Suggested itinerary:

There are several romantic things you can do in Srinagar. Start by paying your respects at Shankaracharya temple and the Hazratbal mosque. Then, head to the beautiful Nagin lake and enjoy the lovely view and amazing ambiance.

Dal Lake

And then, move on to the Dal lake. The landscape here is so stunning that you wouldn’t want to leave for at least a couple of days. You can either stay in a houseboat or at one of the fine hotels here. Check out the floating vegetable market and watch the awe-inspiring sunset.

Next day, check out the beautiful Indira Gandhi tulip garden and the amazing Mughal gardens.

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