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Lahore may not be the capital of Pakistan; it still wins hands down as the cultural, intellectual and artistic hub. If architecture and history is your passion, there's a mix of monumental legacies of the British Raj. Every walk through the city can be a mini-adventure.

Over the years Lahore has burgeoned into a bustling metropolis blessed with serene architecture, Mughal structures and gardens. It takes more than a day to get to know this splendid city.

Now fly to Lahore with our discounted travel deals. Be it cheap flights, low cost car hire, cheap hotel deals and other special offers; we guarantee to save you some cash while booking with us. Allama Iqbal International Airport (LHE) serves as the main airport for the city. Cabs are in plenty, and on hiring one at a low cost deal you are in for a huge profit.

Majority of the South East Asian countries are characterized by an extreme climate that flames up the summers during May and June. The temperature can soar up to 48°C with humidity and heat at its worse.

The best time visit Lahore is during the pleasant winters between December to February that doesn’t cascade beyond -6°C.

The main attraction of the city dwells in its architecture and bustling bazaars. The century old traditional buildings have contributed a lot to the city's charm. The Moghul buildings are probably the most attractive. There are numerous mosques, bazaars, monuments and a diverse lifestyle.

The Lahore Museum is the largest in the country and houses articles from all over. The Indian Border on the Grand Trunk Road is just 15 miles (25 kms) and the site is awe-inspiring.

Situated on the Ravi River, legend traces back to the historic period which is evident in the royal structure of the city. The Mughal and the British atmosphere still pervades today, making the city more and more interesting.

Food is undoubtedly the first love for Lahoris. The restaurants are abundant, nearly spreading from one end of the city to the other. The choices are baffling and diversified, catering to all taste and budget. Restaurants and modern food courts are tempting and attractive, alluring visitors from all over. International visitors can be seen relishing an authentic Mughlai dish in one of the newly opened food joint.

Within Food Street, there are several tiny restaurants that have been refurbished in a very graceful manner with outdoor seating too. The earlier ones are Andaaz and Cuckoo's that are worth mentioning, offering amazing ambiance and taste. The modern restaurants are found in areas like Gulberg and Defence. International franchise like Pizza Hut, Mcdonalds, KFC and Subway has been a big success in Pakistan.

Next to food, the other famous thing in Lahore is shopping. The variety of bazaars, shopping markets and shopping centres allure people to find cheapest of things as well as paramount branded items. There is an array of shopping arcades and precincts like Anarkali, Liberty Market, Main Market Gulberg, Defence Y Block, MM Alam Road and many more ample choices to choose from.

Besides, there are some famous departmental stores like Pot Pourri, Al Fatah, Jalal Sons and En Em that provide you a mix of everything. You can find endless imported merchandise, accessories, shoes, bags, clothes, jewellery and electronics.


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