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For centuries before getting independence, Pakistan was governed by different rulers, from the British colonialists to nature-loving Mughal Emperors. Such a wonderful and complex history has left behind different army and religious landmarks scattered across the country, where amazing forts, mosques, national monuments and mausoleums stand to this day. Here are some of the best attractions of the Pakistan:

Faisal Mosque
Construction work started in 1976 and was finally done 10 years later. The mosque is named after Faisal Bin Abdul-Aziz, the Saudi who advised the idea of a national Pakistani mosque, and largely financed its construction. The five-thousand square meter prayer hall is a 8 sided, concrete structure, inspired by the very old tends of Bedouins, with a capacity for 100,000 worshippers.

Pakistan Monument
The Pakistan Monument was opened in Islamabad on March 23, 2007 as a national monument embodying the Pakistan history, and is in effect rich with important cultural references. For its design, Arif Masood (architect) drew inspiration from the figure of a blossoming flower to represent the 4 provinces and 3 territories into which Pakistan is divided. The structure consists of 4 bigger petals, alternated with 3 smaller ones, built in granite and decorated with murals.

Minar-e-Pakistan
On March 23, 1940 the All-India Muslim League passed a resolution that showed the decisive step towards the foundation of Pakistan. 20 years later, on the site in Lahore where that historical event had taken place, construction work start on a commemorative monument, the Minar-e-Pakistan, which was done 8 years later.

Badshahi Mosque
The wonderful Badshahi Mosque in Lahore is one of the most amazingly scared sites for Muslim. Built in 1673, this mosque was the world's biggest for over 300 years until the Faisal Mosque was completed in 1986. Its big courtyard, which stretches over an area of 26,000 square meters, remains the largest in the world, and can host up to 97,000 worshippers. The mosques outside walls are clad with red sandstone panels, painstakingly sculptured with charming, lotiform motifs and embellished with marble inlays.

Flights to Pakistan FAQs

Which airlines operate flights to Pakistan?

Pakistan International Airlines

British Airways
Emirates
Etihad Airways
Turkish Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines
Qatar Airways
Oman Air
Gulf Air

Big international airports in Pakistan for flights to Pakistan cheap

Jinnah International Airport 

Islamabad International Airport

Allama Iqbal International Airport

Quetta International Airport

Multan International Airport

Sialkot International Airport

Quetta International Airport

What are the most famous destinations in Pakistan?

The most famous destination is Islamabad (fifty-two percent of total searches to flights to Pakistan direct). The most famous destinations are Lahore (twenty-four percent), Karachi (sixteen percent). Flights to Sialkot (four percent), Faisalabad (two percent), and Multan (One percent) are also famous.

Book time to book cheap flights to Pakistan

If surfing and wind sailing are on your list to things to do, then book Pakistan flights and hotel deals between May and October, when warm conditions make the Arabian Sea the best place to play.

Peak season
If you plan to stay near Baluchistan, Sindh, and Punjab book Pakistan flights during the chill months between October and February, because afterwards, the heat can be very high. If you have trekking in mind though, you will want to book your flights between May and October, because although there could still be storms.

Off-peak season
Less people book Pakistan flight deals during Ramadan, because activity reduces, and open restaurants and cafes are hard to find. Although it is less desirable time for most, it is also a remarkable time to save on airlines cheap flight tickets Pakistan.

Flights to Pakistan from UK airports

Flights to Pakistan cheap from UK depart from Manchester, London Heathrow, Leads Bradford and Birmingham Airports,  flying direct to Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore in as pretty as 8 hours. Connecting flights to Pakistan are then accessible to take you onto famous places such as Peshawar and Hyderabad.

Getting around in Pakistan

With a full host of local flights departing every day, as well as inter-city coach services and big rail network, getting around Pakistan is quite simple. You will find regular international flights between big cities like Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan and  Faisalabad with airlines such as Pakistan International Airlines, Airblue and Shaheen Air. If you do not want to fly, coach companies like Daewoo Express provide relax bus service between big towns and cities.

Trains are also a best choice - though be warned that these can become extremely crowded. For the most relax journey possible, book a ticket in an air-conditioned business class. In this big country, journeys can take many hours - from Karachi to Lahore, guess to travel for approximately twenty hours, while from Karachi to Peshawar you might have a journey of up to 30 hours. You can also hire a rental car. Roads are well-construction under new project CPEC. If you are set on driving, hiring a driver along with your vehicle might be considered.