Famous places of Pakistan

Pakistan has the unlimited wealth of incredible beauty that attracts the visitor. The most major and famous cities of Pakistan are Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, and Quetta.  Other cities are Multan, Faisalabad, Gujarat, Hyderabad, Kohat, etc. All these cities are rich in beauty and culture. The people of Pakistan are very nice, hospitable and loving. They warm welcome their respected guests. Foreigners love travelling in Pakistan and Pakistanis heartily welcome them.

There are many historical places to visit. These historical places are very famous all over the world. The historical places include the Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore, Badshahi mosque Lahore, Shalimar garden Lahore, Qila Rohtas Jhelum, Shahi Qila Lahore. The ancient culture of Mohenjo-Daro attracts the tourist towards its mysterious history. The history lover tourists love to travel in Pakistan to explore the historical places of Pakistan.

The most beautiful areas of Pakistan, where visitors like travelling are the northern areas of Pakistan. These northern areas include the Kalam, Kaghan, Chitral, Azad Kashmir, Murree, Abbotabad, Narran, swat and Hanza valley. The Saiful Malook lake of Narran valley is most popular and attractive place of Pakistan. It is like heaven on earth. The world’s second largest mountain K-2 is in Pakistan. The foreigners love to visit karakaram to see the tremendous look of K-2.

The coastal areas of Pakistan include Karachi and Liari are very famous for their sea view. The Clifton sea view of Karachi is very popular among all the tourists from all over the world. Karachi is an industrial city. It is the largest and busiest city of Pakistan.

The plain areas of Pakistan are Lahore, Faisalabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Sialkot and Gujranwala. Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan. It is most beautiful city of Pakistan. Lahore is also famous for cultural activities and specifically for its trendy cuisine.

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