We offer city tours of following Cities of Pakistan
Multan the land of the mystics is probably the oldest surviving city in south west Asia. The history of Multan is the history of the sub-continent. Every invader from Alexander, through the Mughals, right up to the British has fought for control of the city. Multan is located about one hundred km from Punjnad, where the five mighty rivers of Punjab meet. Here in Multan, are more tombs of saints and Sufis gathered at one place than anywhere else in the world. The city is dominated by towering brick and marble shrines, in particular by its eleventh century patron saint shah Rukn-e-Alam, and Hazrat Bahauddin zikria with many others such as shah shams Tabrez. They are not only an object of veneration for the locals, but also for thousands of people who throng in massive numbers to these shrines, searching for spiritual enlightenment. In fact, the galaxy of mosques and mausoleums erected in Multan speak eloquently of the grandeur and sublimity of this great city. Other remarkable sights in Multan include the fort standing majestically above the city and the 18th century Eidgah mosque.
Multan flourished in Mughal era, becoming famous for its musicians and for the skill of its craftsmen who perfected a special style of blue painting and glazed pottery.
Multan is a complex and multilayer city. Its Hussain Agahi bazaar ranks amongst the most fascinating bazaars in the world. Just off the main street of the bazaar, are tall houses with wooden balconies where one feels as though transported suddenly back in time. This is truly a place where the two worlds meet.
Lahore is cultural and academic center of the country with an abundance of historical monuments, exhibiting elegance and architectural magnificence. Most people coming to Lahore and others who reside in Lahore are well aware of the monuments like Lahore fort, Badshahi mosque, Shalimar garden, Lahore museum etc. It is however a dismal reality that many of Lahore’s historical assets dating from the Mughal period or even before are not well known or well preserved. These treasures of history are hidden in unknown corners of the city.
Peshawar capital of Khyber Pakhtunekhwa, oozes more romance than any city in Pakistan, except possible Lahore. At the east end of the legendary Khyber pass, this rough edged trading town has been taken and retaken for 2000 years. The meeting place of the subcontinent and central Asia. It is also a place where Ancient traditions rub against those of today, where the bazaar in the old city has changed little in the past hundred years. Peshawar Museum, elegant Mahabat khan mosque, Islamic college and Qissa Khawani bazaar are worth visiting places in Peshawar.
Islamabad Pakistan,s capital nestles against the backdrop of the margalla hills,the foothills of the Himalayas.modern,spacious and carefully planned Islamabad is a city of wide, tree-lined streets, large houses, elegant public buildings and well-organized shopping malls, traffic jams and crowds seldom occur, and narrow lanes and slums are few and far between. Sidewalks are shaded and safe behind rows of flame trees. Jacaranda; hibiscus, roses and jasmine at full bloom present the city to its best. this beautiful city offers some of the lovely places like Lok virsa museum and Faisal mosque which is one of the biggest mosques in the world. It also has a natural history museum, and eye-catching spots kike Daman-e-koh, Japanese garden, Shakarparian and Rawal dam, Islamabad, being the federal capital, is also the custodian of the parliament house, presidency and all the foreign embassies.
Uch Sharif is an important historical city, having been founded by Alexander the Great. Formerly located at the confluence of the Indus and Chenab rivers, it is now 100 kilometers from that confluence, which has moved to Mithankot. It was an important centre in medieval India, as an early stronghold of the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th century during the Muslim conquest. Uch Sharif contains the tombs of Bibi Jawindi, Baha’al-Halim and Jalaluddin Bukhari, which are considered masterpieces of Islamic architecture and are on the UNESCO World Heritage Site tentative list.
Bahawalpur located in Punjab, is the twelfth largest city in Pakistan.The city is capital of Bahawalpur District. The city was once the capital of the former princely state and later the province of Bahawalpur. The city was home to various Nawabs (rulers) and counted as part of the Rajputana states (now Rajasthan, India). The city is known for its famous palaces such as the Noor Mahal, Sadiq Ghar Palace, and Darbar Mahal, as well as the ancient fort of Derawar in the Cholistan Desert bordering India. The city is located near the historical and ancient cities of Uch and Harappa, which were once a stronghold of the Delhi Sultanate and Indus Valley Civilisation. The city is home to one of the few natural safari parks in Pakistan, Lal Suhanra National Park.
Sheikhupura is an industrial city and capital of Sheikhuppura district in the province of Punjab about 35 km northwest of Lahore. It is known for its historical places, like Sheikhupura fort and “Hiran Minar” hunting resort of Emperor Jahangir. The name Sheikhupura is derived from a nickname of emperor Jahangir.
We also offer city tours of following Cities
Karachi City Tours
Chiniot City Tours
Hydrabad City Tours
Quita City Tours, etc.