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Flights to Pakistan

With its exceptional historical sites, stunning scenery and hospitable people, Pakistan deserves to be one of the world’s top tourist destinations.
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Events have hindered recent progress in Pakistan’s tourism field, but if you do decide to undertake the journey to this beautiful country, a trip of a lifetime awaits.

Broadly speaking, while conservative in nature, you’ll find Pakistan’s residents welcoming and keen to chat about your trip (as the fortunes of your country’s cricket team). The national language is Urdu but English is the official language and around half of the population speak it.

While the capital Islamabad and its ever merging twin Rawalpindi are often only used as starting points for further exploration, the city of Lahore is a cultural hotspot and also boasts some of the most beautiful gardens and buildings in country. There’s plenty to see and do too – book tickets to a cricket match, to cheer along with Pakistan’s most passionate sports fans. Or, for a really unique experience, book a film tour to see local movies getting made.

Former capital Karachi is an intense place to visit, a vast metropolis almost tearing at the seams of its bustling infrastructure, but it’s worth visiting for an insight into the development of modern Pakistan.

For history buffs, Shah Faisal Mosque, located at the base of the Margalla Hills, is one of the largest and most unusual mosques in the region, while the 13th century Baltit Fort and the Swat Museum are also worth visiting. Embrace your inner Indiana Jones and explore some archaeological ruins by heading to Mohenjo-daro.

While Pakistan’s modern cities and historical sights are all reasons to visit, one of the biggest draws is its natural beauty. For a truly spectacular sight, add Kaghan Valley to your itinerary and make a point to see Lake Saiful Muluk. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the reflection of the bright sun on the surface of the lake is nothing less than spectacular.
 

Essential Information

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The baggage allowance for your flight will depend on your class of travel: 30kg in Economy Class, 40kg in Business Class and 50kg in First Class. For tickets issued after 15 November 2014, there’s also a maximum size for checked baggage.

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