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Pakistan is renowned for its stunning architecture, its remarkable scenery and charming landscapes. It currently has six astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Sites that you can visit including, the ruins of Taxila and The Ancient fort of Rohtas. Pakistan is also home to some stunning mountain ranges that offer a heart racing experience to any explorer and if that doesn’t get you excited then Pakistan’s street markets surly will. Get the cheapest airfares to Pakistan with new offers online daily with Club Travel.
Located in the north east part of Punjab province it is relatively close to the border of India. Lahore comprises of some of Sikhism's holiest sites, and is a major Sikh pilgrimage site. Lahore has some of the most prominent religious buildings in Pakistan, such as the Badshahi Mosque, which was constructed in 1673 and was the largest mosque in the world when it was first built.
Karachi is the capital of the province of Sindh. Located on the coast of the Arabian Sea, Karachi has a lot to offer, from beaches, museums, landmarks, colonial buildings and water amusement parks Karachi is a fantastic holiday destination for all the family.
Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan with a population of two million; it is the 10th largest city in Pakistan. Islamabad is well known for its combination of modern and old architecture. It is also considered a haven for the shopping enthusiast, with one of its most famous markets Jinnah Super Market sprawling over a four kilometres.