The Royal Tour: Details Unlocked

When the news of the British Royals visiting Pakistan went viral, tabloids started digging for the details of their tour. As the Royals finally arrived in Pakistan on 14th October 2019, the media exploded with speculations on where they would go and who they would meet. Here are the Top 7 places that they visited during their Pakistan Tour:

1. Lahore Fort

The beautiful historical palace was built in the 11th century by the legendary Mahmood of Ghazni. It’s a one-of-a-kind Mughal structure with gardens, halls, mosques and other buildings located inside the fort.

2. Shalimar Gardens

Located inside the Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens is one of the greatest architectural structures built by the Mughals. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

3. Badshahi Mosque

This mosque is famous all around the world because of its historical and cultural significance. It was built by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1674. This mosque can accommodate up to 40,000 people in a single prayer session.

4. Chitral

Chitral is located in the province of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa. Historians and travelers have described it as one of the most enchanting and captivating places surrounded by the towering Hindukush mountains and staggering glaciers.

5. Kalash Valley

The Kalash Valley is located in Chitral District, in Northern Pakistan. Surrounded by the Hindukush Mountains, the people of this valley have such a unique culture and heritage, derived from an ancient and obscure form of Hinduism.

6. Margalla Hills

These hills are located in Northern Islamabad and are a part of the Himalayan foothills. They are one of the best attractions of our capital city with walking and hiking trails that start from the foot of the hills going up to Margalla road.

7. Pakistan Monument

A national monument that was designed shaped from the inspiration of traditional mughal structure combined with modern architecture. It’s a heritage museum which is located in Islamabad with a total area of 2.8 hectares. This museum portrays the history of Pakistan, symbolizing the unity of our people.

We hope the Royals had a wonderful time on their Pakistan Tour and choose to visit us again. For more details on the latest events happening in Pakistan, visit

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