Jammu, Jammu Division
Jammu is the largest city in the Jammu Division It is the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Located on the bank of Tawi River, this city has tourist spots like Bahu Fort, Amar Mahal Palace, Raghunath Temple, Peer Khoh Cave Temple, Mata Vaishno Devi Temple and many more.
Nishat is a popular city located on the eastern outskirts of Srinagar with Nishat Bagh as the famous tourism destinations. Nishat also hosts the house of Lakshman Joo, a 20th century Kashmiri mystic and philosopher. It is now a local pilgrimage centre.
Ratnipora, Kashmir Valley
Ratnipora is known for its high education and the literacy rate. It is higher than any other cities in Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar, Kashmir Valley
Srinagar is the principal city and the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is developed on Kashmir Valley near the banks of the Jhelum River. Dal Lake and Anchar Lake are the cynosure here.
Anantnag, Anantnag District
Anantnag is a city of trade and commerce in Kashmir Valley. This city is popular for Martand Sun Temple, which is now an ancient archaeological ruin.
Ladakh is developed with tourism, culture and Buddhist traditions in the lap of Kunlun Mountain Range. Adventure tourism is popular here for the presence of Nubra Valley and the mountain passes.
Katra, Reasi District
Katra is a pilgrimage city situated in the foothills of the Trikuta Mountains, with the Vaishno Devi Temple as the tourism destination.
Udhampur, Udhampur District
Udhampur is situated among the forests of eucalyptus. This city is popular for Patnitop, Mansar lake, Surinsar Mansar Wildlife Sanctuary, Nathatop and Pancheri.
Baramulla, Baramulla district
Baramulla is developed on the bank of Jhelum River. Baramulla has an eco park for relaxation.
Leh, Leh District
Leh is offering the tourism with Buddhist monasteries, Buddhist schools of learning, Leh Palace, Leh Mosque and the old town which was developed by Kingdom of Ladakh.
Verinag, Anantanag District
Verinag allures the tourists with Verinag Spring and a Mughal garden which was built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir. Banihal Pass of Pir Panjal Range connects this city with the other cities of India.