Did you know that Lahore is one of the eight oldest cities in the world? As per record, Lahore came into existence in 982. Are you still thinking? No, you may want to see these treasures in the city for a more exciting pull-up adventure. Have a look at the list of places of Lahore, we have created a list of 15 Places You Must Vist in Lahore Tour.
Surrounded by centuries-old architecture, this street is located in the Hera Mandi district, a favourite place for hungry tourists to stay in the city late at night. It attracts many visitors to Lahore Fort and its surrounding areas. From the famous Cuckoo Restaurant Den to the very traditional Phajje ky Payee restaurant. Your taste needs will last in a magnificent and picturesque setting.
The historical site of Urdu, Shahi Qila, is over 49 acres. This is also the first destination for Lahore University and school trips. Although originally built by the Mughal emperor Akbar, the state’s extensive architecture reflects many rulers, including British invaders and Sikhs, over time. Many people do not know that it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Above all, Chauburji represents a powerful mixture of Mughal dynasty buildings. Thoroughly means the “four towers”, part of a larger garden complex. However, its architecture is attributed to the Mughal Princess Zeb un Nisa. Today, this ancient miracle is in the midst of the hustle and bustle of luxury and majesty.
Dar Durbar is one of the oldest Islamic shrines in South Asia, with the remains of the Sufi mystic Abdul Hasan Ali Hajwari. Day and night, countless followers who seek the blessing of the saints. The Langer itself is a miracle and tastes very good.
The station was an important step in making Lahore an important city during British rule. It was developed between 1859 and 1860 with cost Rs 500,000. It is the busiest train station in Lahore and represents the permanent heritage of the British.
Wazir Khan Mosque is a masterpiece of the architect in itself. As the magnificent tile work make it unique than any other mosque in Pakistan. Furthermore, the mosque is sometimes referred to as the “beautiful landmark”. The title explains it as Lahore with roaches on the cheeks. It was built in the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Also, Hakim Sheikh Ilam Uddin Ansari heads all the work of Wazir Khan Mosque at that time. Most importantly, it is best to use a DSLR camera when visiting the mosque at sunrise/fall.
There is a market in Dubai and a big market in Istanbul. This is Lahore’s response to the traditional market, everything women can think of. The history of this place dates back at least 200 years. Named after the kind maid Anarkali of Mughal Era. In addition, the Mughal Emperor Akbar ordered Anarkali to buried alive due to his romantic relationship with the son of Emperor Salim.
It is located within the city walls also was built in the Mughal period. It is one of the 13 gates old town of Lahore. However, the area around the gate is a historic place with many ancient buildings, Havelies and the palace.
This palace is not only one of the biggest tourist attractions near the ancient Bhatti Gate in Lahore.
But this is also a strange reason because there are rumours that Africans have mined Koh-i-Noor diamonds from Haveli.
This place was established by the Sikh family in 1940 and was named “Indian Tea House”. Importantly, Gloria Jean from the 1940s, the country’s famous art, culture and literary figures frequented. Due to its recent repairs, if you are at the neck of the forest, this is a place where you must have a cup of afternoon tea.
The Mughal emperor Jahangir was first buried in the Delkusha Garden after his death, but his son ordered the construction of a mausoleum to commemorate his emperor. Therefore, this place is the dead emperor and his emperor’s favourite. Nur Jehan’s wife was selected. Since then, the attraction has become a popular tourist attraction. Also, it took ten years to build the cemetery and cost Rs 1 million.
Since 1894, the museum has been located on Mall Road and was built in 1864. Sir Ganga Ram is the architect of the building, and the father of the famous writer Rudyard Kipling was one of the earliest coordinators. However, due to time and negligence, the building is now disappointing. Take a tour once, remember your memories of school and stroll through the halls of history.
Although many people know that the Lahore High Court is a place to establish a legal history. Additionally, many people do not know the architectural miracle of the building in which the court is located. The huge old man tree in the yard is a special place in many places.
Then there is GPO-General Post Office is located at the end of Mall Street near Anarkali. However, it processes 20,000 emails a day (who knows the postal mail is still the same thing). The building was also designed by the famous architect Sir Ganga Ram.
Last but not least is the Tollinton Market, Lahore. However, for those interested in this impressive building, this place is more than just a welcome exhibition. But a place for shopaholics. Now as the pavilion of the Lahore Museum, it became an indoor market for the tourist of Lahore.