Tulip Festival : The Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden located in Siraj Bagh is spread over 30 hectares. With more than 70 varieties of Tulip it is Asia`s largest Tulip garden.
Spring Festival/Baisakhi : Celebrated to mark the harvest, it is considered auspicious for marriages. Devotees go for a ritual dip in lakes and rivers. Numerous fairs add to the festivities.
Cherry Festival : The Cherry festival held across Kashmir showcases plentiful of cherry varieties. Competitions among cherry growers add to the attraction.
Arts & Crafts Festival : This festival is held at the side of the Naggen lake to showcase the rich legacy of Kashmiri handicrafts. On display are Kashmiri Shawls, wood carvings, paper machie and live cultural programs.
Shikara Festival : The waters of Dal Lake come to life with Shikara festival. The festival is marked by Shikara rides past willow fringed lake-ways, floating vegetable markets and lotus patches.
Gardens of Paradise festival :The historical Mughal Gardens of Srinagar are the venue for this festival. Food stalls showcasing authentic Kashmiri cuisines and cultural events are held amidst terraced landscape with cascading fountains.
Apple Festival :This festival is celebrated to usher the harvest of apples. Celebrated across Kashmir valley, the event consists of stalls showcasing different varieties of luscious apples and competition among Apple growers.
Saffron Festival :This event showcases different varieties of Saffron grown in Kashmir. Along with saffron cultural programs and Kashmiri cuisine are also showcased to the tourists.
The city has its own Airport. Connected with Delhi, Mumbai, Jammu.
Udhampur & Jammu are the nearest Rail heads.ROAD
Chandigarh 630 km, Delhi 876 km, Jammu 290 km, Leh 434 km, Gulmarg 48 km, Sonamarg 88 km and Pahalgam 96 km.
Buses and taxis and cars are available.