This morning you will be met by your local guide at the hotel lobby and will proceed to sightsee Srinagar, first visiting the Shankaracharya Temple, located on top of a hill known as ‘Takht-e-Suleiman’, this ancient temple stands at an altitude of about 1100 feet above the surface level of main Srinagar city. The sacred temple can be visited only through a trek to the top of the hills. You will also visit The Mughal Gardens, a Mughal emperors' lasting gift to this land are delightful gardens. With stepped terraces, gurgling watercourses, stone pavilions, and rows of neat shrubs and flowering plants, this was their vision of the Garden of Heaven. The sky-skimming chinars are a recurring motif of these gardens. Visit Shalimar Bagh, a tribute of love from Emperor Jehangir to his wife Nur Jahan, Shalimar Bagh is also known as the Garden of Love. This is where the emperor and his queen enjoyed moments of solitude. Nishat Bagh, built by Empress Nur Jahan's brother, Asaf Ali has a unique theme: its 12 terraces represent the 12 signs of the zodiac, which descend gradually and seem to almost merge into the Dal Lake. Chasma Shahi, The smallest of Srinagar's Mughal gardens, it has only three terraces, in addition to a natural spring enclosed in a stone pavilion Parimahal, the 'Palace of the Fairies', which is an ancient Sufi centre, just a stone's throw away from the Chasma Shahi Garden. Stay Overnight at the hotel.