New Delhi to Srinagar
Srinagar is located at about 831 km from Delhi. The city is famous for its gardens, lakes and houseboats. It is well-connected to Delhi by roadways and railways. However, the best way to travel from Delhi to Srinagar is by road, a journey of over 13 hours. Some of the important places covered on the way are Delhi - 85km -> Panipat - 117 km -> Ambala - 110km -> Ludhiana - 69km -> Jalandhar - 119km -> Pathankot - 102km -> Jammu - 62 -> Udhampur - 103 km -> Anantnag - 56km -> Srinagar. On the route, several petrol pumps of Bharat Petroleum, Indian Oil and HP, apart from hospitals and pharmacies, ATMs and road-side dhabas are located.
Transport options from New Delhi to Srinagar
New Delhi to Srinagar By Flight: Take a direct flight from New Delhi to Srinagar that takes about 2 hours. Srinagar Airport is about 13 km away from the city centre and can be covered by taking an auto-rickshaw or a bus. It is recommended as it saves time. Ideal for families with kids, seniors and individual travellers.
New Delhi to Srinagar By Train: Take a direct train from New Delhi to Jammu that takes around 10 hours. Jammu Tawi Railway Station is about 297 km away from the Srinagar city centre that can be covered by taking a taxi or a bus in about 5 hours. It is recommended for families with kids and group travellers.
New Delhi to Srinagar By Bus: Take a bus from New Delhi to Srinagar, which takes more than 24 hours. Srinagar Bus Stop is approximately 10 km away from the city centre. You can take an auto-rickshaw or a bus to reach the city centre. Not recommended as the journey by bus is long and tiring.
New Delhi to Srinagar By Car: Rent a car or hire a cab from New Delhi to reach Srinagar, which takes around 14 hours. Cost of cab ranges from INR12 to INR55 per kilometre, depending upon the type of car. Travelling by car is not recommended as it is time consuming.