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Reviewed yesterday

the fountains and flowers made this a wonderful place to stroll on a Sunday afternoon in October. There weren't too many people there and there were no hawkers.

Thank fozjon
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Nice view all around. Fountain and flower makes perfect landscape.Weather adds to.A perfect strt of Kashmir holidays..

Thank Sucheta04
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Attraction in this garden is the spring water that you can drink from where it flows .... It was cold and fresh.... The scenery also nice surrounding by the beautiful mountain... We picnic here while waiting our tour guide do their Jumaat prayer.

Thank Ziana C
Reviewed 1 week ago

shalimar garden offers beautiful locations for photo sessions and local dresses are also available on payment.souvenirs are also available.

1  Thank vssd61
Reviewed 1 week ago

I had visited Shalimar after visiting Nishat and found it almost similar. All Mughal gardens are pretty much similar to each other

1  Thank Dipanwiita
Reviewed 1 week ago

Neatly maintained park worth a visit when in Srinagar. A great place for Photo op. I would rate this the second best garden in Srinagar.

Thank MBaskar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is a nice and beautiful garden that was designed in perfect way.You can walk through it and enjoy the scenery and take lots of nice photos.Flowers in this garden are fabulous and the Mughal architecture make it much nicer.

Thank fara046
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Kashmir has lots of parks but this one belonging to Mughal Era parks is a great place to unwind. lots of place to walk among heavenly beauty of kashmir Must See places in Kashmir

Thank sayadil
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Srinagar has the most beautiful gardens I have seen. Our driver SheykAref took showed us the most beautiful gardens. If anyone is looking for a trustworthy and reliable driver you can contact him at: 91 97 97 99 54 31 Among them, the Shalimar Garden...More

1  Thank Naimeh J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This garden was almost as nice as Moghul Gardens just a bit less flashy but still worth the visit and the walk to the end. Nice views of Srinagar from here too.

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Response from Globetrotter1101 | Reviewed this property |
The history of Shalimar Gardens can be traced back to the 2nd century. King Pravarsena II from Vataka dynasty who ruled Kashmir from 79 AD till 139 AD was the founder of Srinagar. He built a cottage surrounded by a park... More