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Bhubaneswar to Srinagar Flights

Are you looking for flights from Bhubaneswar to Srinagar? If so, head to Adani One to book your Bhubaneswar to Srinagar air ticket! The Adani One website is a hassle-free way to book your air tickets online without worrying about complicated steps. Whether it is a one-way ticket or a return ticket for your Bhubaneswar to Srinagar trip, the Adani One portal displays a comprehensive airfare calendar for you. The platform helps you choose the best flight options and makes the booking process quicker. With Adani One, you need not worry about spending hours looking for flights operated by various airlines as all domestic carriers, such as IndiGo, Go First, SpiceJet, Air India, and AirAsia, are listed on the platform—all air carrier options in one place! So while planning a trip, make sure to visit the Adani One portal for air ticket deals, cashback offers, and discounts.

Approximately 20 connecting flights operate on the Bhubaneswar to Srinagar route every day. You can find different options from airlines like IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India. Generally, these flights have one or two stops, mostly in Delhi, Mumbai, or Hyderabad. The shortest flight from Bhubaneswar to Srinagar is operated by Vistara, which takes around 6 hours.

Flights from Bhubaneswar to Srinagar


About Srinagar Airport

Srinagar Airport (IATA code: SXR), also known as the Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, is situated at the height of 5,429 feet above sea level and about 12 km from the city. This airport has only one terminal for domestic and international flights. Domestic airlines, such as Air India, IndiGo, and SpiceJet, operate flights from the airport. One can reach the airport by state buses or via a taxi as well. The airport provides medical assistance, luggage carriers, and lounge services. There are gift shops, handicraft shops, food joints, jewellery and clothing stalls where you can spend time while waiting for your flight. People coming to Srinagar for the first time can get guidance about their tour from the tourist information counter at the airport.

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About Srinagar

Situated on the banks of the tranquil Jhelum River, Srinagar is the summer capital of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Against the Himalayan backdrop, houseboats and colourful gardens, Srinagar is a perfect destination for those looking to enjoy scenic views.

Along with the natural wonders that make Srinagar exceptional, religious places like temples and mosques with carefully crafted architecture also attract tourists to this spot. Srinagar has been one of the most sought-after tourist sites because of its natural beauty and fresh environment.

Another specialty of Srinagar is the traditional handicrafts it offers. Carpets, shawls, and wood-carving items of this region are pretty popular and can be easily purchased from local markets. Kashmir’s exquisite Pashmina shawls with intricate needlework are famous worldwide and are known to be warm and soft.

Other industries that thrive in the region are copperware, silverware, leatherworking, carpet, and silk mills. When in Srinagar, you must try classic dishes like Rogan Josh, Dum Aloo, Wazwan, and Yakhni.

Srinagar also has another highlight called Hokersar, a wetland conservation area known for the migratory trips of birds who fly from Siberia during winters. Some birds that are usually spotted in the Hokersar wetland are the common pochard, common teal, greylag goose, and tufted duck.

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Chashme Shahi 

Chashme Shahi is a garden built around a spring situated on the southern side of Dal Lake. It was built by Mughal Governor Ali Mardan Khan in 1632 and is the smallest of the three Mughal gardens of Srinagar. Chashme Shahi is located in the Zabarwan Range and has walkways for tourists to enjoy its scenic beauty. 

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Dal Lake 

Dal Lake is probably the most popular attraction for tourists visiting Srinagar. It is spread over an area of 18 sq km and is the second-largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir. The lake is surrounded by the magnificent Pir Panjal mountains and adorned with colourful houseboats. 

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Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden 

Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, previously known as the Model Floriculture Centre, is the largest tulip garden in Asia and is spread over an area of about 30 hectares. It is home to around 40 varieties of flowers, some of which are hyacinths, ranunculus, and daffodils. In a bid to boost tourism, the government of Jammu and Kashmir holds the annual Tulip Festival, drawing in tourists from all over the world.  

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Pari Mahal 

Pari Mahal, whose name translates to ‘Palace of Fairies’, is a seven-terraced garden and an ancient monument built by Dara Shikoh, who was the eldest son of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It is located a few kilometres away from Chashma Shahi Gardens and sits on the Zabarwan Range, which overlooks Srinagar. 

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Shalimar Bagh

Shalimar Bagh, one of the largest Mughal gardens in Srinagar, is a historical site built in the year 1619 by Mughal Emperor Jahangir for his wife, Nur Jahan. The Shalimar Bagh is now a public park and is called the ‘Crown of Srinagar’. It is also known by other names, such as Faiz Baksh and Farah Baksh.

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Wular Lake

Wular Lake covers an area of 200 sq km and is the second-largest freshwater lake in India. It is situated in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandippore district. The lake is a famous sunset spot, drawing in tourists and locals alike.


About Bhubaneswar Airport

The Bhubaneswar Airport is an international airport officially known as the Biju Patnaik Airport (IATA: BBI) in honour of the late freedom fighter and former chief minister of the state, Biju Patnaik. The airport, located only 3 km from the centre of the city, has two terminals: Terminal 1 handles domestic flights, while Terminal 2 handles international flights. The airport is well-equipped with many support services like trolleys, lounges, ATMs, free Wi-Fi, medical assistance desk, and currency exchange. Retail outlets and restaurants are also available where you can spend some time while waiting for your flight.

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About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is an ancient city that stands near the ruins of a former capital of the Kalinga empire called Sisupalgarh. It is the capital of Odisha and is known for its religious architecture. The temples in Bhubaneswar are a huge tourist attraction, earning the city the title of ‘Temple City’ and serving as a guide for history and architecture students since they showcase the development of temple architecture over the years.

Bhubaneswar is a tourist hotspot, thanks to its proximity to Konark and Puri. The three cities form the Swarna Tribhuja or the Golden Triangle of Odisha. The modern city of Bhubaneswar is known to be one of the first planned cities in India, along with Jamshedpur and Chandigarh. It was designed in 1946 by Otto Königsberger, a German architect.

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Dhauligiri Hill 

Dhauligiri Hill, home to the rock edicts of King Ashoka and the Dhauli Shanti Stupa, lies on the banks of River Daya. It is believed that the Kalinga War was fought here in 261 BC. 

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Khandagiri and Udayagiri Caves 

The Khandagiri and Udayagiri caves are located on two hills that go by the same names. The caves for Jain monks are cut in ways that resemble chambers. Intricate carvings can be found on the walls of these caves to represent auspicious Jain symbols. 

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Lingaraj Temple 

Known as the pinnacle of the revolution of Odisha’s temple architecture, the Lingaraj Temple is only a short drive from the Bhubaneswar city centre. The thousand-year-old temple, constructed with the most intricate details, is a must-visit for those interested in architecture and history. 

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Nandankanan Zoological Park

Nandankanan Zoological Park was established in 1960, and a part of it is a protected sanctuary around 15 km from Bhubaneswar. The Nandankanan Zoological Park is also the first to successfully breed melanistic and white tigers.

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Rajarani Temple 

This Hindu temple, constructed in 1100, is often called the ‘love temple’ because of the sensuous carvings that adorn its walls. It’s beautiful architect and carvings make it this temple a must visit.  

Frequently Asked Questions

With meticulous planning, one can cover Srinagar in about three to four days.

Hotel Zoon Dabb (2 km) and Hotel Bakhtawar (7.4 km) are two hotels close to the Srinagar Airport.

Yes, flights to Srinagar are currently operating.

Srinagar Airport is also known as Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport.

Srinagar Airport has only one terminal that handles both domestic and international flights.

In Srinagar, people speak Kashmiri, Urdu, Hindi, English, and Dogri. Kashmiri is the most spoken language in the region.

No, there are no Ola/Uber services available in Srinagar.

The best time to vacation in Srinagar is from April to June because of the cool climate. If you want to enjoy the snow and participate in adventure sports, then winter is the best time.

One can witness snowfall in Srinagar between December to February.

Bhubaneswar has a very efficient local transport system. There is a good network of both government and private bus services. Apart from that, taxis, auto-rickshaws, and cycle rickshaws are easily available.

There are quite a few hotels (both budget hotels and star-rated hotels) within 5 km of the airport.

Summers in Bhubaneshwar are very hot, and monsoons bring in heavy showers, which can affect travel plans. Thus, the best time to visit is from October to March.

Chhena Poda (a milk-based sweet dish) is a favourite amongst locals and visitors.

No, photography within the premises is prohibited.

You can travel within Srinagar by buses operated by JKSRTC and private operators. Taxis and auto-rickshaws are also available.