boomboomafridiWonderful place with mughal era touch. Beautiful fort with class architecture and lush green lawn around in the middle of lahore city. Easy to access and surrounded by cool 3 star and 5 star hotels.. Lets explore lahore
boomboomafridiBadshahi mosque, badshahi fort and hazoori bagh are Co located near iqbal Park lahore. The locations are marvel of Mughal Era architecture manifesting grandeur and legacy of kings and maharajas
_We***71This is the place where you can feel see the mix history of indus valley , mughal era , british era , histroy of budha and many other historical things in Lahore museum. I went with my guest that from United states they feel very good when the saw the restored goods of different era amazing and knowledgeable place to see for all school of thoughts
boomboomafridiThe minerate is marvel of modern architecture and is emblem of a freedom struggle, set with the events of 1940, though at present the minerate has been closed due to covid 19 restrictions, it has an elevator from which views of adjacent badshahi Masjid and Fort can be seen
Lahore Driving: Not Recommended| Running: Not Recommended| Cycling: Not Recommended
Great electrifying environment and superb atmosphere at the fortress stadium lahore.
Al ot of resturents and shopping options. The food is just unique and all kind of cuisines can be found ranging from Chinese, arabic, western and traditional desi food. The traditional desi foods have Handi's and naan and other options. There are number of brands which one can shop with economical options. The arena is good for hang out with friends and to enjoy tasty food. Besides there is joyland, where kids and grwon ups can enjoy alike. A place to enjoy food and time. There are a number of hotel options close by which are also economical. #couplestrip #unforgettableexperiences
Getting There - take a flight to lahore pakistan
Attractions - traditional markets, zoo, historical building, art and architecture, museums, minerat Pakistan, spicy food, modern clubs and hotels
Hotels - all type and all economy
Food & Restaurants - all type, classic, traditional, chinese, desi, oriental
Shopping - all type, modern and traditional
People surviving on incredible innovative ways
I’ve come to enjoy slow travel. It gives you a chance to go to the local grocery store and get familiar with the ingredients. learning to make the dishes by locals will let you have a taste of that place in your cooking arsenal long after you’ve left it. A mark of the people even after their face turns vague in your memory. While in Pakistan I learned the local bread, Roti. As well as several dishes with cauliflower, which I now know is not boring. Now I know how to make it even though I am gone.
It really is the simple pleasures. I did some light quarantining before travelling too, knowing life would be complicated if I got stuck somewhere along my journey for medical treatment, and not wanting to spread anything around. The fall sunsets and crisp evening air kept me company as the day fell into darkness. This was the end of my extended travel in Pakistan.
Going for a walk and just taking in the view is so underrated. Whether it was exploring the streets of Vietnam before all this or getting stuck in Pakistan and living that slow #staycation , going on a walk always gave me a good measure of the place. Now it’s just more necessary than ever, because it’s our only connection to beyond our four walls.
The more often we see the things around us - even the beautiful and wonderful things - the more they become invisible to us. That is why we often take for granted the beauty of this world: the flowers, the trees, the birds, the clouds - even those we love. Because we see things so often, we see them less and less.