Pakistan seems to be a beautiful country where tourists can find places with great historical importance. Due to its diverse culture and rich heritage, Pakistan is an interesting place to visit.Some of the most beautiful places in the world are located in Pakistan. Visiting Pakistan will give tourists a memorable experience. In this article, some of the exclusive places have been portraited.

1. Sukkur:

Sukkur is the third largest city in the province of Sindh. The city is famous for its architectural beauty. The Ayub Bridge and the Lansdowne Railway Bridge which run over the river Indus are famous for their architectural brilliance. Ayub Bridge is the first railway bridge which was slung on coil wire rope suspenders. Lansdowne Bridge which was built in the year 1887 is a historical landmark.


2. Mohenjo-Daro

Mohenjo-Daro is associate degree dig settled within the province of Sindh, Pakistan. it’s thought-about to be the earliest major urban settlement within the world. This web site has additionally been declared United Nations agency World Heritage web site.


3. Quetta

Quetta which is situated at an average height of1680 meters above the sea level, is the provincial capital of Balochistan. The main attractions of the city are Hanna Lake, HazarganjiChiltan National Park and the Quetta Geological Museum.

4. Ziarat:

Ziarat is a beautiful hill station located in Balochistan. It is situated at an altitude of 2453 meters and is known for its juniper forests. There is a small dam located near Ziarat.

5. Cholistan:

Cholistan is a desert land which is famous for its forts. Darawar Fort and Marot Fort are the two famous forts in Cholistan. It is also famous for a jeep rally that takes place annually known as the Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally.

6. Swat:

Swat which is located in the Khyber Pakhthunkwa, is nicknamed the Switzerland of Pakistan because of its picturesque beauty. Clear lakes, green meadows and beautiful mountains contribute to the natural beauty of this city.

Lake in Swat Valley
Lake in Swat Valley

7. Taxila:

It is an archaeological site located in Rawalpindi district. It was ranked as the top tourist destination in Pakistan in 2006. It is more than 2000 years old and is considered to be among the earliest universities of the world. Taxila was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site.

8. Skardu:

Skardu is located in Gilgit-Baltistan and is very close to the Karakoram mountain ranges. This town is famous among local as well as international climbers who wish to explore the Karakoram mountain range. The town has spectacular views of the mountain ranges surrounding it.

 9. Deosai National Park:

Deosai National Park is located in the Skardu district. Deosai translates into “Land of Giants”. It is situated at an altitude of 4,114 meters above the sea level and is the second highest plateau in the world. It is well known for the most exclusive sights. The park also has a beautiful lake called the DeosaiLake.

10. Kaghan Valley:

Kaghan Valley is located in the Mansehera district of Khyber Pakhtunkwa province. Tourists from all over the world are attracted to this place due its natural beauty. The valley is a very popular summer destination. It has remote mountains, lakes and spectacular waterfalls.


11. Karakoram Highway:

Karakoram Highway is the road that connects Pakistan and China across the Karakoram mountain ranges. At an elevation of 4,693 meters, is the highest paved international road in the world.

12. Hunza Valley:

It is a mountainous valley located in the Gilgit-Baltistanregion of Pakistan. It is a popular tourist destination with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Hunza was a princely state till 1974.

13. Neelum Valley:

Neelum Valley is a thickly forested region located in Azad Kashmir. The valley has beautiful lakes and spectacular mountains surrounding it. Chitta Katha, Shounther and RattiGali are some of the lakes situated in the valley. The valley has mesmerizing landscapes.

 14. Azad Kashmir:

Azad Kashmir is one of the most beautiful places on earth and is rightly referred to as “heaven on earth”. It has the most spectacular sceneries on earth. The mesmerizing views of the mountain surroundings make Azad Kashmir a must visit destination for tourists visiting Pakistan.

15. Chitral:

Chitral is the capital of Chitral District and is situated on the western bank of the Kunar River. Chitral is an ancient town which is famous for its grandeurs. Chitral is home to some of the most sublime mountains and snow covered peaks in the Hindukush mountain range.

16. Peshawar:

Peshawar is the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and is one of the oldest cities in Asia. It is located near the Pakistan–Afghanistan border. Peshawar has been a trading hub since medieval times. Peshawar Museum is a must visit place in Peshawar. Peshawar museum houses artifacts which were part of ancient civilizations.

17. Kalam:

Kalam is a village located along the upper reaches of the Swat River. It has beautiful waterfalls, scenic lakes and lush green hills. It is small but fertile plateau situated at an altitude of 2000 meters above the sea level. Its picturesque sceneries makes it a popular destination among tourists.

18. NathiaGali:

NathiaGali is a hillstation in Hazara. It is situated at an altitude of 2500 meters above the sea level. Because of its altitude NathiaGali has a cool and pleasant weather. It is known for its mountain resorts. It is a beautiful town with spectacular views. Since it is a small town with limited lodging availability, it does not attract tourists in large numbers.

19.  Kalash Valley:

Kalash valley is also known as Kafiristan and is a part of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Various varieties of fruits are grown in this valley as the soil here is very fertile. It has an attractive scenery. It is sometimes referred as “paradise on earth” by tourists. This is a beautiful place with a pleasant climate.

20.  Shogran:

Shogran is scenic village located in the Kaghan Valley. It has an altitude of 2,362 meters above the sea level. Since it is situated on a green plateau and is surrounded by majestic mountains, Shogran has breathtaking views. In summer Shogran is a very popular destination among travelers.

21.  Murree

Murree is a summer resort hill station located in Rawalpindi District. It is famous for its Tudorbethan and neo-gothic architecture. It has ecstatic views of the pine and oak covered snowy mountains surrounding it. It has a wildlife park called Murree Wildlife Park. It is a popular destination for tourists who wish for a scenic and pleasant location.

22.  Bhurban:

Bhurban is a small hill station located in the Punjab province. It has a nine hole golf course which attracts golfers. It is also famous for its resorts. It is a calm and attractive place. The beautiful surroundings and the mountains in the backdrop create a mesmerizing view.

23.  Wagah Border:

It is the border between India and Pakistan which connects Lahore to Amritsar. The flags’ ceremony carried out at the Wagah Border by the security forces of India and Pakistan is a site worth watching. The flag ceremony happens on a daily basis and draws large crowds on both sides of the border.

24.  Islamabad:

Islamabad replaced Karachi as the capital city of Pakistan. Islamabad being a newly formed city has modern architecture. It is surrounded by majestic mountains which give the city a picturesque backdrop. Islamabad is most developed city in Pakistan.

25.  Gwadar:

Gwadar is a port city located along the coast of the Arabian Sea in the province of Balochistan. Gwadar has a beautiful beach. Gwadar is set to become the next trading hub of Pakistan.

26.  Uch Sharif:

Uch Sharif is a historical city with many famous tombs and shrines. It was once a very important city. The tombs of BibiJawindi, Baha’al-Halim and JalaluddinBukhar are located here. These tombs are considered to be master pieces of Islamic architecture. It is also home to beautiful mosques.

27.  Harappa:

Harappa is an archaeological site in the province of Punjab. The remains of the earliest civilization can be seen here.

28.  Lahore:

Lahore can be stated as the second largest city in Pakistan considering the capital of the Punjab province. Lahore has a rich heritage and culture. It is a densely populated city. It has over 200 historical sites. It was voted as the second best place to visit in Pakistan. Jehangir’s tomb, Lahore Fort, Lahore Museum and Shalamar gardens are few of the numerous tourist places in Lahore.

29.  Multan:

Multan is a city in the province of Punjab. It is located along the banks of the Chenab River. Multan is also called as the City of Saints due to the presence of a large number of shrines and Sufi saints. Multan has a number of mosques, shrines and tombs. Multan Fort, Multan Clock Tower, Multan Art Council and EidGhah mosque are among the notable tourist attractions in Multan.

30.  Concordia:

Concordia is located in the heart of the Karakoram Range and offers splendid views of the surrounding peaks. Tourists can take short hikes to the base camps located nearby.

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