From the globally famous Qissa Khuwani Bazaar to the Khyber Pass –the amazing hospitality and traditional colors of Pushtoon ethnicity are abundantly found in this 9th largest city of Pakistan. Not only this city served as the link between Afghanistan and Pakistan, but also it is famous for its massive sixteen gates. The place offers a range of five-star hotels to a number of decent bed and breakfast inns that can be opted according to the feasibility.
The old city of Peshawar has preserved the charisma of history where it literally it feels like the time has stopped. Several chronological buildings include Islamia College, Ghanta Ghar, Sunehri Mosque, and also Masjid Mahabat Khan that was elevated in Mughal era. Just on the outskirts of Peshawar lies Shahji Ki Dheri, where the Gandharan Buddhist remains can be explored.
Hayatabad is amongst the renowned suburbs of Peshawar where some modern and fancy markets offer quite a huge variety. And if you want to buy traditional souvenirs then you must check out Saddar Bazaar, Namak Mandi, Khyber Bazaar and Bazaar Shah Qabool Olia.
The major tourism attractions of Peshawar include Bala Hisar Fort, Bab-e-Khyber. Peshawar also served as the resting site for hikers, paragliders, rock climbers and trekkers for Northern Pakistan. The Province of KPK offers a variety of picturesque nature sports, where Peshawar is served as the campground. The urban lifestyle and luxury offer travelers to stay around for quite a while.
Reveal the true hospitality of Pashtoons by visiting Peshawar.