Lahore is the city of lively people. A person cannot be considered born who is yet to visit Lahore. These two local proverbs alone portray Lahore.
Lahore has received the patronage and attention for many centuries, which have been giving it the importance of cultural hub for hundreds of year. As a result, it has become a must-visit-city for tourists, despite their nationality, ethnicity, age, etc. Rich art and culture, eye-catching fountains, a mind-boggling network of alleys, magnificent gardens, old and modern architecture are the most noticeable features of this great city. To put it simply, Lahore is an axis of creative, cultural, intellectual, social and even political activities. This great city needs a few days to befriend with you.
For all such people take a fancy to spiritual notions, this fabulous city has got so much to offer. Islamic devotion singing, which is referred as qawwali, will take you to a mysterious but fascinating world. Sufism is another attraction for such people. Lohorities, natives of Lahore, are known for their passion for cricket. You just need to start talking about this game to open up a horizon of socialising options. The Defence and Gulberg areas offer a sea of shopping opportunities. Lahore is also a treasure chest for those who love art.
Regarding outdoor, fun, family, shopping and exploring activities, there is a plenty of choices. These range from paying a visit to Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque, Tomb of Jahangir, Anarkali, Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Zoo, Lahore Museum, Wagah Border, several tombs, shrines, mansions, parks, theatres, festivals, markets, and so on. When it comes to food, Lahore is second to none. You can find continental and international tastes in this city.
Lahore is not only the capital of province Punjab but also it is the second most important city of Pakistan. Its semi-arid climate makes spring and autumn most suitable time to explore this city. Summer can become quite uncomfortable in June. The Monsoon too is able of distracting a visitor from the fun.