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Destination

Islamabad reflects the face of modern Pakistan, Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan. Built in the 1960s to replace Karachi as Pakistan's capital, Islamabad is laid out in a triangular shape, with the apex towards the Margalla Hills. It has natural terraces and is a garden city, with adequate water supply and largely unaffected by pollution. The city has eight fundamental demarcations, delineating the administrative section, commercial areas, diplomatic enclave, educational institutions, green spots, industrial zone, and residential and rural areas. Adequate provisions have been made to provide each sector with proper parks and neighborhood shops. The Blue Area that runs along Jinnah Avenue is the commercial centre. Towards the east, it merges into Parliament Road, the setting for all main administrative buildings. It also provides a transition point to the travelers heading towards the northern areas of Swat and Gilgit.

Things to See & Do in Islamabad

Islamabad can rightly be proud of its verdant cover. Careful plantation of local and exotic plants and trees has transformed what was earlier a sparse scrub forest. Famous space of the Islamabad.

  • Islamabad Architecture
  • Shah Faisal Mosque
  • Daman-e-Koh
  • Constitutional Avenue
  • Shakarparian
  • Lok Virsa Museum
  • Lotus Lake
  • Murghzar Mini Zoo & Children's Park
  • Peer Sohawa
  • Rose & Jasmine Gardens
  • Rawal Dam
  • Taxila

Entry Air:

At a distance 30 minutes, Islamabad International Airport has both international and domestic services and almost all the leading international airlines fly in and out of the city. Frequent flights to all the major cities are available for travel within the country.

Train:

The Rawalpindi railway station has all the major trains connecting it to other cities like Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar and Quetta.

Road:

Best deals and best buses can be found in Islamabad. Reputed companies offer long distance comfortable bus service to all major cities. Cars can be rented at an affordable price with a nominal deposit.

Places of Tourist Interest

Most of the sights of tourist attraction on the plateau are in close proximity of both Islamabad and Rawalpindi and can be reached from both the cities.

Weather

Islamabad enjoys the best of all seasons. Winter begins in November with the nights getting surprisingly cold. Summer starts in May and continues till October with temperature often exceeding 40 degrees Celsius. Monsoons are from July to late September.