Lahore

19 Dec 2018 - 20 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Lahore?

9.8
History Buffs
7.5
Foodies
6.5
Adventure Travellers
6.1
Backpackers
6.0
Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member reviews (63)
Humzah Tarek
Humzah TarekLahore
13/11/2017

Often described as City of Gardens.Has all the historical places to explore from Mughal era (16th-19th century AD).People just love food,it has a very famous Food Street.It also happens to have cafes to hangout and malls for shopping.People are warm welcoming and loves to go out.It has a very rich cultural life.Punjabi are in majority & societal norms are conservative.It also boasts world's 2nd largest cricket stadium.

Fahad Bukhari
Fahad BukhariRas Al Khaimah
12/06/2016

Lahore. The name speaks volumes for its rich cultural and culinary history. A centuries old Centre of Mughal Civilizations and now the Heart of Pakistan has everything to offer to a tourist. You want to see historical forts, traditional bazaars of Anarkali or to enjoy mouthwatering Food 24/7 at The Food Street, Lahore will never disappoint. It's a bearing heart which never sleeps. A must see city once in a lifetime.

Scott Stone
Scott StoneNew York City
27/08/2015

Oh, Lahore how I wish so much to return to your dirty, so colorful, high spirited city. I was in Lahore years ago and came under its spell. The buzzing markets, the magnificent Badshani Mosque, the second largest in south Asia - 100,000 people can grace the courtyard at once. Lahore is Pakistan's second largest city, but it is well known by Pakistani's as the country's "the cultural capital" so rich in the arts and festivals. I dream of world conditions changing to return to this vibrant special city.

Ali Syed
Ali SyedJeddah
28/11/2014

Cultural capital of Pakistan (even one of the cultural capitals of the sub continent). Rich history which is still reasonably preserved and colorful old city can keep a visitor compelled for days. Summer is seriously hot but winters are relatively mild and autumn/spring just lovely. Security situation at the time of writing this make it difficult to recommend for a visit but if that is resolved soon, then a destination not to be missed. And I haven't even started on the Lahori food...

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