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5 places to visit in Pakistan

You won´t find Pakistan on the list of the most touristic places in the world and most certainly it is not on the bucket list of most people, but its unknown natural beauty is surely worth visiting, especially which you will encounter in the northern part of the country. If you happen to be quite lost where to begin, we have elaborated this beginners guide with the 5 places you absolutely must visit in Pakistan:

Neelum valley

There are many different valleys to visit in Pakistan such us: Swat Valley, Kalash Valley, Hunza Valley or Khagan Valley (all of them worth visiting) but Neelum is 144 km long and one of the most famous places see thanks to its greenery, springs, lakes and sloppy mountains. Located in the Azam Kashmir region, don’t forget: Athmuqam, Kutton Jagran, Karen, Neelum, Ratti Galli, Baboon, Noori top, and Sharda, amongst others.


A town in Azad Kashmir that is nice to visit during the summer, as winters are cold and chilly. Surrounded by hills it is located 80km away from Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Don´t forget : Toli Pir, Poonch River, Banjosoa Lake and Sudhngalli.


This famous holiday resort of Balochistan is a common stop during the trips from Karachi to Quetta. Its juniper valleys are wonderful settings for stunning hikes. Natural springs and gorges complete this beautiful scenery.

Lahore Fort

This ancient stronghold in Old Lahore summarizes Pakistan´s amazing cultural heritage through its wide range of beautiful buildings: mosques, mausoleums, palaces, audience halls, baths and watch-towers. A mandatory visit if you want to get into the country´s history.

Shalimar Gardens

These beautiful gardens are spread over 3 different terraces each rising 4 or 5 metres one above the other, but the flora isn´t as surprising as the pools lying between the terraces, which receive water from around 400 fountains. This is a corner of peace in the city of Lahore.


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