4 Days Lahore Tour
DAY WISE PLAN:
Day 01: Islamabad-Lahore
o Departure for Lahore
o Meal at Hotel
o City Tour
Day 02: Lahore
o Day to explore around.
o visit Shalimar Garden,
o Tomb of Jahangir
o Tomb of Noor Jahan
Day 03: Lahore
o Today we will visit Lahore fort
o wazir khan mosque
o Golden mosque
o badshahi mosque
Day 04: Lahore- Islamabad
- Road transfer in AC van from Islamabad to Islamabad
- Best hotel in the town or area.
- Standard Pakistani Breakfast.
- Free Wi Fi.
Cost Does Not Include:
- Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry, phone calls.
- Lunch, Dinners.
- Extra Fees.
- Insurance liability and other under force majeure conditions and Medical aid.
After Karachi, Lahore is the second largest city of Pakistan. Lahore is capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. This city is known as “the Garden of Mughals” because of its rich Mughal heritage. In the 11th Century Lahore served as the capital of the empires of the Shahi kingdoms, the Ghaznavids in the 12th century, the Ghurid State in the 12th and 13th century, the Mughal Empire in the 16th century, the Sikh Empire in the early 19th century, and it was the capital of the Punjab region under the British Raj in the mid 19th and early 20th century.
- The most popular tourist attractions of Lahore are the Mughal structures such as the Badshahi Mosque (Royal Mosque) which is a simple elegant looking architecture. This mosque was built in 17th century by Aurandzeb Alamgir. it is simple red sand stone architecture with its 4 high minarets which are also made of red sandstone. The interior of the mosque is decorated with white marble inlay in red sand stone.
- The Lahore Fort, which was a royal residential fort for Mughals during 15th to 18th century.
- Shalimar Gardens, which also is part of the Mughal era that was completed in a record time of 1 year in 1642. Shalimar Gardens are not just all about greenery and fountains but it has a range of buildings with stunning architecture. The credit of this beautiful place goes to the then Emperor Shah Jahan who was very famous for his love for nature and construction.
Lahore is also famous for many British colonial structures that are built in the Mughal-Gothic style, such as the Lahore High Court, the General Post Office (GPO), the Lahore Museum, and many older universities including the University of the Punjab.
Along with all these the food corner of Lahore is also very popular, as people visit this place just to have delicious meals.
Lahore is known as the cultural heart of Pakistan, as it is the centre of Pakistani culture and arts.