Things To Do In Lahore


Lahore (/ləˈhɔːr/; Urdu: لاہور‎; pronounced [lɑːˈɦɔːɾ] (About this soundlisten); Punjabi: لہور; pronounced [lɔ̀ːɾᵊ]) is the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab and is the country’s 2nd largest city after Karachi, as well as the 26th largest city in the world.[10] Lahore is one of Pakistan’s wealthiest cities with an estimated GDP (PPP) of $84 billion as of 2019.[8][9] It is the largest city and historic cultural centre of the wider Punjab region,[11][12][13][14] and is one of Pakistan’s most socially liberal,[15] progressive,[16] and cosmopolitan cities.[17]

Lahore Zoo

Lahore Zoo in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, established in 1872, one of the largest zoos in Pakistan. Lahore Zoo is thought to be the third or fourth oldest zoo in the world. It is currently managed by the Forest, Wildlife and Fisheries department of the Government of Pakistan. Today the zoo houses a collection of about 1378 animals of 135 species.

Data Darbar

Darbar Ali Hujwiri is located in the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. It was built to house the remains of Ali Hujwiri, commonly known as Ganj Baksh, a Sufi saint from Ghazni in present-day Afghanistan, who is believed to have lived on the site in the 11th century CE. The site is considered to be the most sacred place in Lahore, and attracts up to one million visitors to its annual urs festival.

Sheesh Mahal

The Sheesh Mahal is located within the Shah Burj block in northern-western corner of Lahore Fort. It was constructed under the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1631–32, with some additions later under Sikh Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The ornate white marble pavilion is inlaid with pietra dura and complex mirror-work of the finest quality. The hall was reserved for personal use by the imperial family and close aides. It is among the 21 monuments that were built by successive Mughal emperors inside Lahore Fort, and forms the “jewel in the Fort’s crown.

Wagah Border

The Wagah-Attari border is situated on the road between Lahore and Amritsar. It is the only open-land border crossing between India and Pakistan. A majority of goods transported between the two countries also go through this point.
As for the Wagah border ceremony, it is carried out by the officers of Pakistan Rangers who march in front of a large crowd with patriotic songs playing in the background.

Shrine of Mian Mir

The Shrine of Mian Mir is a 17th-century shrine located in Lahore, Pakistan, that is dedicated to the Sufi mystic Mian Mir. The shrine is one of the most celebrated in Lahore, and has historically been revered by both Muslims and Sikhs. The tomb is located in the Alam Ganj neighbourhood of the Dharampura municipality, approximately 3 kilometres west of Lahore’s Walled City.


Minar-e-Pakistan is a national monument located in Lahore, Pakistan. The tower was built between 1960 and 1968 on the site where the All-India Muslim League passed the Lahore Resolution on 23 March 1940. The tower is located in the middle of a garden, called Iqbal Park.

Tomb of Jahangir

The Tomb of Jahangir is a 17th-century mausoleum built for the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. The mausoleum dates from 1637, and is located in Shahdara Bagh in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, along the banks of the Ravi River.[1] The site is famous for its interiors that are extensively embellished with frescoes and marble, and its exterior that is richly decorated with pietra dura.

Shalimar Gardens

The Shalimar Gardens are a Mughal garden complex located in Lahore. The gardens date from the period when the Mughal Empire was at its artistic and aesthetic zenith, and are now one of Pakistan’s most popular tourist destinations.

Wazir Khan Mosque

The Wazir Khan Mosque is a 17th-century mosque located in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque was commissioned during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a part of an ensemble of buildings that also included the nearby Shahi Hammam baths. Construction of Wazir Khan Mosque began in 1634 C.E., and was completed in 1641.s It is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List.
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