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Multan the third largest city in Pakistan is the main city of southern central Punjab province. Located on the banks of river Chenab it is being described in old Persian saying as the city of heat, saints, dust, burial grounds and beggars. But now the face of the city is changed with the time and is now represents a beautiful amalgamation of old and new Pakistan. It is accessed through thirteen gates and is decked with bazaars, mosques, shrines and ornate tombs. It is known as the oldest living city with historic and cultural places and is an abode of Sufism in South East Asia. If you really looking for a rejuvenated and peaceful holiday then don’t delay, book your flights to Multan and enjoy a hustle and bustle of old town and comforts of the new city.
Enjoy your visit to the most prominent landmarks of the city the Qasim Bagh Forth which is now largely in ruins except for its gate and part of the outer walls and bastions. In the fort there is the Qasim Bagh Stadium that occasionally hosts cricket matches. Visit Fort Kohna which is also known as Quila Kohna is 2,600 year old structure erected as fortress provided refuge to the people of city from invaders from both the west and northern neighbouring cities. If you love shopping then do visit the Hussain Agahi Bazaar which ranks among the most fascinating bazaars in the world. Just off the bazaar you will find old houses with wooden balconies that suddenly transported you back in the time and you surely feel this is a place where two worlds meet.
Multan is one place where more tombs and shrines gathered at one place than any other place in the world. Visit the largely forgotten Mausoleum of Sultan Ali Akbar, a 16th century tomb lies in the Suraj Miani Suburb to the north of the city centre. Enjoy a visit to the masterpiece of Mughal architecture the Mausoleum of Sheikh Rukn-I-Alam which is the most significant and attractive shrines of Multan. Visit the Eidgah Mosque which was built in 1735 and was later used by the Sikhs a military garrison. Do visit the Institute of Blue Pottery Development to see the production phases of blue pottery, the traditional craft for which Multan is quite famous. Visit the Ghanta Ghar Chowk which is the largest intersection of the city and is regarded as the centre of the city and enjoy the hustle and bustle of people and vehicles over there. If you want to enjoy all this and much more just fly to Multan and enjoy the infectious energy of the city.
Most popular time to fly to Multan from London is June. Airlines that offer flights from London to Multan is Pakistan International Air, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Gulf Air. Most popular connecting city while flying from London to Multan is Dubai. Major commercial airports monitoring in London and Multan is Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, Gatwick and Multan. There is no direct flight for this route.
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