20 Beautiful Places in Pakistan – Overview of Pakistan Tourism

These beautiful and historical places in Pakistan must certainly be included on your travel schedule while organizing your trip if the grandeur and mystery of Pakistan are among your top travel goal and you must have the name of the Most beautiful places in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s tourist industry is relatively unknown compared to that of many other nations, which makes its magnificent beauty all the more impressive when you first see some of the nation’s natural wonders and historic cities.
Pakistan beauty actually has everything, the top beautiful places in the world and many more also the palaces of long-gone empires to the clear waters of lakes in huge, sweeping valleys. It is equally extraordinary, interesting, and astonishing.

Images of Pakistan’s beautiful places and green land let’s explore Pakistan’s most stunning locations under the guidance of a local writer as we get a taste of the wonder, charm, and magic of this region.

Names of the best places to visit in Pakistan are:


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The stunning capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, is famous for its extraordinary beauty, pleasant atmosphere, and excellent standard of living. City is recognized as the second most beautiful capital in the world due to its breathtaking view and natural beauty. The city is filled with fantastic tourist attractions, cutting-edge restaurants, beautiful green parks, tonnes of locations for recreational activities, and much more.
Islamabad can be the city for you if you’re seeking a destination with a lot of various attractions. Islamabad city offers a wide variety of activities, from tourism to food tasting to enjoyable activities. Islamabad is a fantastic location.

Best Places to Visit in Islamabad:

  1. Lok Virsa
  2. Saidpur
  3. Shah Allah Ditta Caves
  4. Faisal Masjid
  5. Centaurus
  6. Safa Gold
  7. Giga Mall
  8. Local Markets

2- Karachi

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The largest metropolitan area in Pakistan and the capital of Sindh, Karachi, is renowned for its diversified culture, top-notch educational system, delectable food, historical landmarks, best shopping centers, best movie theatres, numerous farms, and of course, its stunning deep blue sea. Residents of Karachi can enjoy a full and comfortable life.

List of Places to Visit in Karachi:

If you are someone who is about to visit Karachi for the first time, here is a list of places to visit in Karachi.

  1. Mohatta Palace
  2. Mazar-e-Quaid
  3. Clifton Beach
  4. Charna Island
  5. Haleji Lake  
  6. Port Grand
  7. Karachi Zoo
  8. Frere Hall

3- Peshawar

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In addition to being the oldest city in Pakistan, Peshawar is also the most ancient continuously inhabited city in all of South Asia.
Peshawar’s history goes back at least to 539 BCE, and throughout that time, the city has witnessed the rise and fall of numerous dynasties and kingdoms.
So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that many of Peshawar’s top attractions have a historical component.
One of my favorite destinations in Pakistan is this distinctive metropolis, which serves as the KPK capital.
You can sense the history as you walk through the streets, and its province capital’s culture couldn’t be more distinct from that of the nearby Punjab.

Here are 13 well-known locations in Peshawar that you simply must visit!

  1. Sethi House
  2. Chowk Yadgar
  3. Mahabat Khan Masjid
  4. Peshawar Museum
  5. Qissa Khwani Bazaar
  6. Jamrud Fort
  7. Khyber Charsi Tikka
  8. Shahi Bagh
  9. Bala Hisar Fort
  10. Sir Cunningham Clock Tower
  11. Gorkhatri
  12. Islamia College


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Mohenjo-Daro is situated close to the Indus River in Sindh province’s Larkana District. It is located up to 500 kilometers north of Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, and about 28 kilometers southwest of the city of Larkana.

With excellent city design, engineering prowess, and an advanced water supply and drainage system, it was divided into a Castle and Lower Town. The culture was highly skilled in crafts and trades, was a significant center of trade, and was hierarchical with kings and priests at the top and common people at the bottom. Although the causes of its collapse around 1900 BCE are still unknown, it offers important insights into the structure, culture, and technology of one of the world’s early urban civilizations.

It is 6 hr 30 min (432.9 km) via Karachi – Hyderabad Motorway and Indus Hwy/N-55

5– Hunza Valley

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One of the most beautiful places in the northern areas of Pakistan is Hunza Valley. In the Gilgit Baltistan area is the Hunza Valley, a hidden gem. Between the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges is this isolated valley. The agricultural land in this rich valley has long been a major draw for tourists. Its residents are nice and welcoming, and it has amazing scenery.
There is a sense of peace and remoteness amid the Hunza highlands. You feel as though you are in paradise because of the untamed and harsh mountains. For those looking to escape the daily grind, this place is a must-visit.

12 hr. 11 min (597.9 km) from Islamabad via N-15 and Karakoram Hwy/N-35.

From Lahore 16 hr. (943.0 km) via M-2 and from Peshawar 12 hr. 57 min (663.8 km) via N-15 and Karakoram Hwy/N-35

6 – Swat Valley

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On her visit to Pakistan, Queen Elizabeth II referred to Swat as the Switzerland of Pakistan. Swat, like Hunza, is a part of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region and is renowned for its natural splendor, agreeable climate, and welcoming inhabitants.
Both its wild animals and its stunning environs make Swat Valley famous. It boasts beautiful lakes, mountains with numerous peaks, and lush forests.
Guests can relax in the great outdoors or take part in activities like hiking, trekking, fishing, and zip-lining. Tourists can enjoy cold-weather activities like speed skating, ice hockey, sledding, skiing, and ice skating.

Places to visit in Swat:

  1. Kalam Valley
  2. Malam Jabba
  3. Mahodand Lake
  4. Mingora
  5. Marghzar Valley
  6. Swat Museum
  7. Malam Jabba Ski Resort
  8. Fizagat Park
  9. Shingrai Waterfall
  10. Swat Serena Hotel

Distance between Peshawar and Swat is 101.3 miles or 163 KM (kilometers) and 104.34 meters.

The distance between Islamabad and Swat is 201 km. The road distance is 340 km.

The distance between Lahore and Swat is 292.3 miles or 470 KM (kilometers)

7– Naran Kaghan

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Incredible tourism activities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province include Naran and Kaghan. For those who love the outdoors, these valleys are ideal. They provide gorgeous lakes, hundreds of meadows, snow-capped mountains, and streaming rivers.
Some of the most popular tourist attractions in the nation are the valleys. Natural look abound in this area. It is recognized by the rivers’ clear waters, the grasslands’ lush green, and the mountains’ snow-capped peaks. Visitors can explore stunning lakes such Lake Saiful Malook, Lulusar, Aansoo, and Dutipatsar. This valley attracts hundreds of visitors each year from all around the world. Summertime, ideally from May to September, is a popular time to visit.

6 hr 33 min (347.6 km) via Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway/AH1/M-1, Hazara Motorway/M-15 and Mansehra – Naran – Jalkhad – Chilas Rd/N-15

From Islamabad 5 hr 46 min (281.7 km) via Hazara Motorway/M-15 and Mansehra – Naran – Jalkhad – Chilas Rd/N-15.

From Lahore 9 hr 34 min (626.8 km) via M-2

8 – Shogran Valley 

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The Kaghan region includes the little hill town of Shogran. It is the perfect location for family vacations because it is brimming with luxurious hotels and motels. In the summer, Shogran is crowded with tourists, much like the Naran Kaghan region.
The Siri Paye meadow is one of Shogran’s top attractions. In the area, visitors can do hiking, trekking, and mountain climbing. Festivals and concerts are frequently held in the area. Families, adventurers, and music lovers can all find happiness and enduring memories in this pleasant setting.

Distance from Islamabad   4 hr 13 min (228.0 km) via Hazara Motorway/M-15.

Distance from Peshawar 5 hr 1 min (293.9 km) via Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway/AH1/M-1 and Hazara Motorway/M-15.

From Lahore 8 hr 2 min (573.1 km)

From Quetta 15 hr 28 min (1,065.5 km) and Hakla D. I. Khan Motorway/Islamabad – Dera Ismail Khan Motorway.

9– Skardu Valley

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The Baltistan region’s capital, Skardu, is located in a beautiful valley. It is surrounded by rocky mountains, fresh spring water, azure lakes, and untamed natural beauty.
Skardu, which connects Pakistan with China, Afghanistan, and India, is another important metropolitan centre that is located in the valley.
Each year, it draws tens of thousands of hikers as their main attraction. The area, which is located behind the highest mountains of the vast Karakoram mountain range, is elevated to a height of 2,286 metres. Visitors can take advantage of the warm friendliness of the Balti people, delicious traditional cooking, and beautiful scenery thanks to fairly priced hotels and inns.

From Quetta 24 hr (1,482.1 km).

From Islamabad 12 hr 52 min (644.6 km)

Distance from Peshawar is 13 hr 39 min (710.4 km) 

From Karachi 30 hr (2,012.6 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway.

10 – Chitral Kalash 

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In the shadow of the vast Hindu Kush mountains sits the charming settlement of Chitral. It is inhabited by a hardy, amiable, and inviting bunch of individuals. In less than two hours from Chitral, you can travel to Kalash, a UNESCO historical site with a 1,000-year-old civilization. There are around 5,000 Kalasha, who still conduct their daily lives much as they did hundreds of years ago.
Visitors visit there year to enjoy and discover their traditions and culture. The women dress in traditional black clothes made by the exceptionally skilled Kalash women, which features vibrant embroidery and a little cap. Both sexes dance together at every event. All year long, these folks labour on their crops, tend to their goats, and participate in communal prayer. This is one of Pakistan’s most unusual locations since it offers a look at the way of life of a long-gone civilization.

From Karachi 26 hr (1,759.6 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway.

8 hr 4 min (391.6 km) from Islamabad

From Peshawar 7 hr 48 min (355.5 km)

19 hr 22 min (1,229.1 km) from Quetta 

11 – Fairy Meadows

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Fairy Meadows is a charming tiny town that serves as the Nanga Parbat mountain range’s base. It can be found in Gilgit Baltistan’s Diamer neighbourhood. Fairy Meadows is undoubtedly one of Pakistan’s most picturesque locations thanks to its unrivalled beauty. You may reach this magnificent location with verdant lakes and a breathtaking vista of the Nanga Parbat Mountain by hiking for approximately three hours.
From your log cabin, you may take in the views while sipping on a hot cup of tea or coffee. Without a doubt, Fairy Meadows offers a fantastic view of Pakistan’s undeveloped north.

Distance from Quetta   21 hr 15 min (1,290.5 km)

From Islamabad 9 hr 59 min (453.1 km)

Distance from Lahore 13 hr 49 min (798.1 km)

From Peshawar 10 hr 48 min (518.9 km)

12– Neelum Valley 

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Near the state capital of Muzaffarabad, in Azad Kashmir, is the Neelum Valley. The precise translation of Neelum Valley is Blue Gem valley.
One of Azad K ashmir’s most stunning locations is there. Beautiful forests, freshwater streams, and crystal-clear rivers can all be found there. Kashmir’s residents welcome visitors with open arms, just like the rest of Pakistan.
Neelum offers accomodation at incredibly low costs. For a nice, peaceful experience, one should go there between September and October when it’s not as busy as it is in the summer.

 From Peshawar 7 hr 57 min (371.7 km) via Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway and Hazara Motorway

From Islamabad 6 hr 53 min (234.6 km)

11 hr 1 min (650.9 km) From Lahore.

From Karachi 23 hr 57 min (1,673.9 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway

From Quetta 18 hr 23 min (1,143.3 km) via N-50 and Hakla D. I. Khan Motorway/Islamabad – Dera Ismail Khan Motorway

13 – Badshahi Mosque

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Badshahi mosque is the one of  top 10 beautiful places of Pakistan. The magnificent Mughal dynasty, which controlled the Indian subcontinent for three centuries, left behind the Badshahi Mosque as a memento. A historical landmark, it can accommodate more than 100,000 worshippers.
The Mughal emperor Aurangzeb created it. The mosque is housed in a structure with four minarets, three domes, and other spectacular Mughal architectural features. Moreover, it houses the remains of the Prophet Mohammed SAW
It is embellished with intricate floral designs and lovely writing. The mosque is a protected UNESCO property, and the government continue to maintain it.

From Lahore 38 min (15.3 km) via Jail Rd

From Islamabad 4 hr 16 min (361.4 km) via Lahore-Islamabad Motorway

Distance from Quetta 14 hr 18 min (971.5 km) via N-70

15 hr 33 min (1,209.4 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway

From Peshawar 6 hr 12 min (507.1 km) via AH1

14 -Arang Kel

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Inside Neelam lies a little village called Arang Kel. The Pearl of Neelam is yet another name for it. This lovely community is perched atop a peak at a height of about 8000 feet. It takes five hours to travel to Arang Kel from Muzaffarabad, and the road is really beautiful.
Kel is separated from the rest of Kashmir and is covered in lush vegetation and pastures. Wild animals, horses, and uncommon bird species can be found in Kel.
You can book a comfortable hotel or a cottage for your stay, spend some quiet time with your family, stroll along many of the area’s stunning trails, or do both.

From Peshawar 10 hr 55 min (452.9 km) via Mansehra – Naran – Jalkhad – Chilas.

From Islamabad 10 hr 7 min (387.1 km) via Hazara Motorway/M-15 and Mansehra – Naran – Jalkhad – Chilas Rd.

From Quetta 21 hr 15 min (1,224.6 km) 

From Karachi 27 hr (1,755.1 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway

And from Lahore 14 hr 8 min (732.1 km) 

15– Attabad Lake

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A significant landslide buried the settlement of Attabad in 2010. Twenty people perished in the catastrophe, which also leveled 26 dwellings. The Hunza river was dammed in the area as a result of the landslide. This natural dam quickly expanded to a depth of more than 300 feet and a length of more than 21 kilometers in its waters.
A location of breathtaking beauty was eventually taken from by a calamity. The distinctive feature of Attabad Lake is its turquoise blue water, which glistens between a plethora of little mountains.
With the neighboring small guesthouses and hotels, the lake is now a source of income for the residents of Attabad. Jet skiing, fishing, boating, and a host of other leisure activities are available to visitors.

16 hr 49 min (966.9 km)  from Lahore.

30 hr (1,989.8 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway from Karachi.

From Islamabad 12 hr 49 min (621.8 km) via and Karakoram Hwy.

From Quetta 23 hr 55 min (1,459.3 km)

From Peshawar 13 hr 36 min (687.7 km) via N-15 and Karakoram Hwy

16 – Shandur-Hundrup National Park

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The Shandur Pass is a plateau that rises to over 4100 meters in altitude and is located halfway between Chitral and Gilgit. In late April and early November, visitors can enter the Shandur region. It is 168 kilometers away from Chitral and can only be reached by jeep.
The region has another moniker, “Top of the World.” The most resilient and kindhearted individuals on the planet call it home.

Chitral and Gilgit Baltistan teams compete at the yearly Shandur Polo Festival. The event takes place every year from July 7 through July 9 and features seven matches.
It is the world’s highest polo field. Visitors can experience the delicious cuisine, thrilling polo tournaments, and friendly hospitality of the Pakistani people.

13 hr 34 min (527.5 km) distance from Peshawar.

13 hr 46 min (563.6 km) distance from Islamabad.

Distance from Karachi 30 hr (1,931.6 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway.

17 hr 22 min (908.6 km) distance from Lahore.

25 hr (1,401.1 km) distance from Quetta.

17 – Deosai National Park

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Millions of flowers are scattered across the beautiful plain of Deosai National Park. Year-round, the flowers draw gorgeous birds, bees, and butterflies.
It covers an area of 3000 km2, making it the highest plateau on earth. Nearby mountain ranges are the Himalayan and Karakoram mountains. It was accorded the status of a national park due to its extraordinary beauty and biodiversity.
The Himalayan brown bear, snow leopard, golden marmots, and lammergeiers are all inhabitants of the national park (a rare vulture breed).

 957 km distance from Quetta to Deosai National Park.

 397 km distance from Lahore to Deosai National Park

The distance between Islamabad and Deosai National Park is 257 km.

377 km Distance from Peshawar to Deosai National Park.

1387 km Distance from Karachi to Deosai National Park

18– Khunjerab Pass

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The Khunjerab Pass is both the highest border crossing in the world and the highest point on the Karakoram Highway. It links Pakistan and China’s Xinjiang region. With snow-capped mountains on either side and a rich high-altitude plateau, it has an amazing panorama.
Yak and mountain goat herds can be seen in the area feeding in the wild. On certain occasions, the military of Pakistan and China frequently exchange presents and pleasantries as a result of their cordial ties. It represents the unbreakable bond between China and Pakistan

1,556 km Distance from Karachi.

601 km Distance from Lahore.

1,080 km Distance from Quetta.

415 km Distance from Islamabad.  

The distance between Peshawar and Khunjerab Pass (Mountain) is 471 km. The road distance is 826.3 km.

19– Khaplu

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Near Skardu lies a small, isolated village called Khaplu. It features beautiful raised fields where various crops are grown. It was formerly a known and rich kingdom for the Khaplu kings.
This lovely community was hidden from the outside world as the area degraded over time. Recently, Agha Khan expressed interest in restoring Khaplu to its former glory for tourists and visitors and restoring the renowned Khaplu Palace.
Visitors can stay in the luxurious hotel and take advantage of the charming little town and its friendly, welcoming people.

16 hr 1 min (807.5 km) from Peshawar.

16 hr 1 min (807.5 km) distance from Islamabad.

16 hr 1 min (807.5 km)distance from Lahore.

15 hr 15 min (741.7 km) from Islamabad. 

20 – Naltar Valley

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Almost 54 kilometers from Gilgit City is the well-known tourist destination Naltar Valley. In the winter, it offers skiing opportunities and boasts dense forests, clear lakes, and lakes.
Only during the summer, when the lakes really aren’t frozen and the weather is good, can one enjoy Naltar Valley. Since there are no public transportation options to get to the location, guests will need to rent a vehicle to get to the valley. The valley is filled with hotels and hotel cabins that can welcome travelers.
Make plans to visit the valley just after the month of May to escape the busiest travel season; this will allow you to see much of the valley’s breathtakingly beautiful nature all the way until the end of the season.

11 hr 34 min (549.2 km) distance from Islamabad.

11 hr 34 min (549.2 km) distance from Lahore.

22 hr 52 min (1,386.7 km) distance from Quetta.

12 hr 22 min (615.0 km) distance from Peshawar.

21– Pir Sohawa

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The scenic Pir Sohawa is located in Islamabad, the nation’s capital. It is a well-known location with a solid reputation among international visitors, diplomats, tourists, and other visitors to the city. This green area is packed with attractive restaurants and offers a stunning perspective of the entire city, especially at night.
Due to its breathtaking view, mouthwatering cuisine, and peaceful atmosphere, it is constantly crowded with tourists, guests, and families. In Islamabad, you must go there.

12 hr 51 min (914.7 km) via N-50 and Hakla D. I. Khan Motorway/Islamabad – Dera Ismail Khan Motorway.

5 hr 5 min (410.4 km) from Lahore.

43 min (24.2 km) from Islamabad via Pir Sohawa Rd and Pir Sohawa Road.

2 hr 43 min (197.6 km) from Peshawar via Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway.

22 – Bahawalpur

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Punjab contains the historic city of Bahawalpur. It is situated near to the border with India, amidst the dry landscapes of the Cholistan desert. It was formerly a royal residence that was a component of the Rajputana States, which covered the Indian state of Rajasthan, and was ruled by Nawabs and Nizams.
The Noor Mehal is just one example of the city’s many old buildings and historical landmarks. The city transports you back in time to the time of the legendary kings who once ruled this territory.

Other significant historical landmarks in Bahawalpur include the renowned Derawar fort, which dates to the ninth century. It features remarkable walls that extend 1.5 kilometers and bastions that are 30 meters high that surround the fort. It is a magnificent structure that stands in for centuries of opulence.
The Farid Gate and the royal tombs inside Derawar Fort are two other Pakistani historical landmarks in Bahawalpur.

9 hr 3 min (774.4 km) from Peshawar.

7 hr 16 min (628.7 km) from Islamabad via Lahore-Islamabad Motorway.

11 hr 24 min (761.7 km) from Quetta via Sukkur – Multan Motorway

5 hr 23 min (440.6 km) from Lahore via Lahore – Abdul Hakeem Motorway.

11 hr 52 min (830.7 km) from Karachi via NH 5 and Sukkur – Multan Motorway

23– Ranikot Fort

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Ranikot Fort, commonly known as the “Great Wall of Sindh,” is the biggest fort in the entire world. In Jamshoro, Sindh, it is a remarkable piece of architecture.
Ranikot Fort is a must-see Pakistani landmark if you’re in Sindh, despite being tough to reach due to the area’s low development. Look for assistance from local guides.
In the middle of nowhere, the fort does nothing to protect anything. The fort is a source of pride for the Sindhi people even though archaeologists have never been able to determine its exact purpose. It has endured the test of time and has been in place for approximately 200 years.

Distance from Karachi 3 hr 51 min (260.9 km) via Karachi – Hyderabad Motorway and Indus Hwy.

Distance from Lahore is 12 hr 33 min (1,022.5 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway

Distance from Peshawar is 16 hr 3 min (1,356.3 km) via AH1 and Sukkur – Multan Motorway.

And the distance from Islamabad is 14 hr 12 min (1,210.5 km) via Sukkur – Multan Motorway.

24 – Baltit Fort

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Hunza is home to the famous Baltit Fort, which dates back 700 years. Previously, the fort served as the regional lords’ administrative center. The rulers, known as Mirs, held power for several centuries.
The Mirs left the fort in 1954 and moved to a nearby palace that had been built. Over the course of the next 50 years, the fort lost its splendor.
Under the Agha Khan Trust, the fort has been brought back to its former splendor today. To protect Hunza’s exquisite culture, this was done. The fort needed extensive renovations, but it now stands as a source of pride for the area.

Baltit Fort, a popular destination for tourists, is a shining example of Pakistan’s attempts to protect its natural and cultural heritage.

Distance from Islamabad 12 hr 21 min (601.7 km) via N-15 and Karakoram Hwy.

Distance from Peshawar is 13 hr 11 min (667.5 km) via N-15 and Karakoram Hwy

Distance from Lahore 16 hr 4 min (946.7 km)


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Visit Lahore as soon as you can if you want to see Pakistan for what it truly is. The old city is truly a welcome sight with its magnificent structure, cutting-edge facilities, and historical landmarks. The 13 Gates of Lahore are among the most well-known historical sites in the city.

We present to you a list of Lahore’s historical sites. Visit the locations mentioned in this here if you have an interest in history and want to discover more about Pakistan’s heritage places. 

Here you get and learn more about the well-known historical sites in Lahore:

  1. Badshahi Mosque
  2. Lahore Fort
  3. Ali Hajvery’s Tomb
  4. Samadhi of Ranjit Singh
  5. Miani Sahib Graveyard
  6. Wazir Khan Mosque
  7. Krishna Mandir
  8. Haveli of Nau Nihal Singh
  9. Fakir Khana
  10. Sheesh Mahal

Which is the No 1 beautiful place in Pakistan?

Swat Valley One of Pakistan’s most beautiful locations is the Swat Valley. The today and tomorrow of Swat Valley are very bright, considering its difficult background.

What are the most visited Beautiful places in Pakistan?

  1. Naran Kaghan.
  2. Neelum Valley Azad Kashmir.
  3. Banjosa Toli Peer.
  4. Ratti Gali Lake.
  5. Fairy Meadows Hunza.
  6. Naran Shogran Neelum Valley.
  7. Hunza Valley.
  8. Hunza Skardu.

Which city is called the city of beauty in Pakistan?

 Pakistan’s capital is Islamabad, a beautiful city. It is Pakistan’s most gorgeous city.

What places in Pakistan are naturally beautiful?

  1. Baltoro Glacier.
  2. Neelum Valley. Kel in the Neelum Valley.
  3. Saiful Maluk.
  4. Hunza Valley
  5. Deosai Plains.
  6. Trango Towers.
  7. Hingol National Park.
  8. Thar Desert.

What are the seven wonders of Pakistan?

The seven wonders of Pakistan are a concise summary of Pakistan’s tourist region. These would include Ansoun Lake, the Khewra Salt Mines, Passu, The Great Trango Towers, Shangrila Lake, the Ranikot Fort, and the Cold Desert of Skardu.

Beautiful Places in Pakistan to Visit Summary

These pictures of Pakistan’s beautiful place’s gorgeous locations show us why Pakistan is attracting an increasing number of tourists each year.
 Beautiful pictures of Pakistan’s stunning locations, you may find all of these things and more, whether you want to take in the fascinating old history, spend time in nature, or encounter a totally distinctive culture.

Beautiful places of Pakistan pictures, and a land of diverse landscapes, rich culture, and ancient heritage.

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