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Book a flight to Lahore with Qatar Airways and uncover the wonders of Pakistan's second largest city, is widely considered the country's most vibrant cultural hub. The legendary Walled City and Mughal monuments loom beside Gothic British Raj palaces in ample demonstration of Lahore’s relationship with both the recent and distant past.
This sprawling South Asian metropolis is packed with attractions – sport, culture, history and architecture combine to invigorate the visitor. Fly to Lahore with Qatar Airways, to unearth all that the Punjab capital has to offer.
The best way to get around on your trip to Lahore is by tuk-tuk or on foot. But if you want a view of the city's architecture, then it is best to walk. During the hot summer months, it is advisable to do your exploring in the morning.
The Walled City is one of the world's oldest, and home to Lahore Fort, a former Mughal stronghold and today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll around the Badshahi Mosque; explore the Inner City with its little palaces and shrines, including Asif Jah Haveli and the Imperial Baths; or pay a visit to the small but intriguing museum.
Lahore once had 13 city gates, and you can still see some of these imposing portals today. The Raushnai Gate between the citadels and Royal Mosque is a great spot for photos.
Pakistan is crazy about cricket. If you are lucky enough to be in the country when a high-profile tournament is on, be sure to get tickets. Matches are usually held at Al Gadaffi Stadium.
There's plenty to do here, whatever your age, and families will enjoy a day out at Lahore Safari Zoo, a drive-in complex covering 242 acres. Here you will spot lions, Bengal tigers, emus and more.
It is easy to be overwhelmed by the hubbub of the city; but you can easily seek out some peace and quiet at one of the city's green zones. Changa Manga Forest and Wildlife Park is a popular picnic spot where you can hire a rowboat for an idyllic afternoon on the water.
Pakistanis are passionate about food, and Lahori fare is less spicy than food from other parts of the country. Street food here is a popular and affordable choice, and Gawalmandi's “Food Street” is easy to reach by rickshaw.
Here you will find shops and street vendors selling local specialities such as chapli kabab, makki ki roti (corn flour bread) and sardar ki machli (fried fish).
When you travel to Lahore, make sure to visit to one of the city's bazaars for an unforgettable experience. Make your way through winding alleyways, filled with donkey-led carts and the constant cry of vendors.
Anarkali Bazaar is one of the oldest. Named after a courtesan who was buried alive after falling in love with a prince, it offers everything from locally produced handicrafts and fabrics to clothing and unusual souvenirs.
Fabric and handicrafts are a popular purchase; head for Mozang Bazaar for hand-block-printed bedspreads and tablecloths, or Ichra Bazaar for high-quality cotton and unstitched silk. Liberty Market, a more modern venue, is also a good place to find handicrafts and clothing. For an afternoon of browsing luxury goods and designer brands, Xinhua Mall is the place to go.
Essential facts about Lahore
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