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Lahore is the second biggest city in Pakistan and is crammed with cultural attractions and interesting places. It has been a cultural centre for over a thousand years and offers many things for visitors, though today you may sometimes need to dig beneath the layers of the sprawling modern city to find them!
The old Walled City is compact and easy to walk around. There are also tuk tuks. Outside of the old city there is a Metro Bus, auto rickshaws, buses, and cramped minivans. Women especially are advised against using the minivans as they can receive a lot of unwanted attention.
The Walled City is one of the oldest cities across the globe. Within its walls you can find the large Mughal built Badshahi Mosque, the Minar-e-Pakistan, often referred to as the Eiffel Tower of Pakistan, Asif Jah Haveli, and the Imperial Baths. The UNESCO World Heritage Lahore Fort is a must see when in the city. It is enormous and impressive, with the tomb of Ranjit Singh and a small museum. It was built by Mughals, with later additions by Sikhs. A walk around the walls themselves is a great experience, and you can see some of the remaining grand gates. These include the Raushnai Gate, the Masti Gate, the Delhi Gate, the Kashmiri Gate, the Yakki Gate, the Akbari Gate, the Lahori Gate, and the Mochi Gate. Additionally, you can see the Khizri Gate, the smallest Mori Gate, The Shah ‘Almi Gate, the Taxali Gate, and the Bhatti Gate.
For insight into the city, visit the Lahore Museum. Other museums include the former Toolinton Market, Shakir ali Museum, the Mughal Museum, Fakir Khana Museum, and Lahore Art Gallery.
The delightfully named Lovers' Park provides respite from the hustle and bustle of Lahore's frenetic streets. Shalimar Gardens is a three tiered formal garden.
Other places of interest include the High Court, the Race Course, Hiran Minar, and Trafalgar Square.
Lahore Zoo is a favourite with families. In Jallo Park you will find a lake, a children's play area, and a drive through zoo. The city has a planetarium.
The bazaars are perfect for souvenir and handicraft shopping as well as seeing the general hive of activity.
Check out the treats along Gawal Mandi Food Street and Old Anarkali Food Street. There are also many restaurants around Lahore. With alcohol illegal for Pakistani Muslims, Lahire is definitely not a drinking city.
Allama Iqbal International Airport lies some 30 minutes away from the heart of the city. Rail services connect Lahore to all the main Pakistani cities and India's Amritsar. Bus and minibus services are available. Although many of Pakistan's roads can be chaotic and dangerous, Lahore is well connected by a safe and convenient motorway.
Browse our Lahore Holidays or the Lahore Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Pakistan Holidays guide.