Multan is located in the Punjab region and has a number of historical and religious sites that together make it one of the famous cities of Pakistan. Shams-e-Tabriz, Sheikh Yusuf Gardez shrine, Pahladpuri Temple, Wali Mohammad Mosque, Baqarabadi Mosque, Mosque Phulhatt and Idgah Mosque are few of them.
The first inhabitants of Pakistan were Stone Age peoples
in the Potwar Plateau (northwest Punjab). They were followed by the
sophisticated Indus Valley (or Harappan) civilisation which flourished
between the 23rd to 18th centuries BC. Today the major cities of Pakistan
are modern with business centres, latest infrastructural facilities and
modern lifestyle which contrasts with the old customs and traditions of the
small towns around these cities.
The capital of Pakistan is also one of its most famous cities. Tourist attractions here include Margallah Pass, Wah Gardens, Hasan Abdal & Gurdwara Panja Sahib and Mankiala Stupa.
Peshwar is a commercial centre which has a history of being on the traget of invaders who had their eyes on India. For tourists, Peshawar has a number of attractions like the Mughal Mosque, Bala Hisaar Fort and Peshawar Museum. Shoppers have a lot to be excited about in Peshawar as they can go on and one buying items of their choice. Famous bazaars of Peshawar include Khyber Bazaar, Bird Bazaar, Meena Bazaar and Jewellery Bazaar.
Amongst the famous cities of Pakistan and also its old capital is Karachi. Top attractions of the city includes Wazir Mansion,Quaid-E-Azamís Mausoleum, Liaquat Hall/Bagh-E-Jinnah, National Museum Of Pakistan/Burns Garden,Empress Market, Masjid-E-Tooba,Mereweather Tower,Sindh High Court and Clifton Beach And Funland.
Yet another entry into the list of famous cities of Pakistan is Lahore in Punjab. Famous sights here include a number of tombs like Jehangir's Tomb, Noor Jehan's Tomb and Qutub-ud-Din Aibak's tomb; Shrine of Hazra; Mosques like Badshahi Masjid, Golden Mosque; 13 Gates of Lahore and Lahore Zoo.