Peshawar Things to Do

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  • 1. Khyber Pass

    The most famous pass of the world, the Khyber Pass, is 16 km from Peshawar. It has been, throughout history, the most important gateway to the plains of the South Asian sub-continent both for...

  • 2. Bala-Hisar Fort

    Bala Hisar is a heavily-guarded fort that is located now centrally (in Old Peshawar it would have been in the north-western corner). It was built in the 16th century and has seen a long history...

  • 3. Qissa Khawani Bazaar

    Qissa Khawani Bazaar is a place which travelers must visit,because of it,s historical background,Qissa Khawani means the Bazaar of Story Tellers,in the older times there use to be professional story...

  • 4. Jamrud Fort

    Near Peshawar you are in the government lands of the Khalid tribe. About 20km east of Peshawar is Jamrud Fort, built by the Sikhs in 1823 to mark the western edge of their empire(one of the few to...

  • 5. Peshawar Museum

    It was built in 1905 as the Victoria Memorial Hall, It represents the Gandhara Civilization. Also some of the Kalasha statues and wooden carvings are displayed here. Explore Edwardes College; it was...

  • 6. Decorated Trucks

    All around Pakistan you will see t colorful and decorated buses. The trucks are an expression of the man and his artistic abilities but often times the owner of the truck words hand in hand working...

  • 7. Walled City - Old Peshawar

    As an ancient town where the footprints of many diverse civilisations lay, Peshawar has several interesting historical sites. The old city was once a heavily guarded citadel with high walls. Today,...

  • 8. Karavan Sarai Gor Khatri

    The Mughal gateway of a caravanserai known as Gor Khatri" (Worriors grave) at the top end of Sethi Street. A huge Mughal gateway leads into a courtyard over 200 meters (650 feet) square, which was...

  • 9. Cunningham Clock Tower

    Nearby the Chowk Yadgaar is a Cunningham Clock Tower It was built in 1900 "in commemoration of the Diamond jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen Empress", but. is named after Sir George Cunningham who came...

  • 10. Chowk Yadgar

    Chowk Yaadgar (the place of remembrance) is old Peshawar's central square, is at the end of the Ander Shehr. The traditional site of political rallies, is the Speakers Corner of Peshawar, and the...

  • 11. Buddhist Stuppas

    On the south eastern outskirts of the Peshawar city are the crumbled remains of huge stupa......the age + - 2 AD. This is a Buddhist Stupa, founded in the early 20 th centuary ( + -1900). Only the...

  • 12. Masjid

    Near the narrowest point of the khyber pass, about 15 Km from Jamrud is Ali Masjid and a large fort and a british cemetry. The valley walls bear insignia of British regiments that have served here. In...

  • 13. Peshawar

    Dear Tariq,That was in Tuzke Babri when the Mughal king from Farghana called it, Pushpapura, (the city of flowers), those days are gone bro.Pizza Hut Army...

  • 14. Karkhano

    Karkhano is known as the "Smuggler's Bazaar", or "Kabuli Bazaar" located on the very west end of Peshawar on the border of FATA (Federally Administered Tribal...

  • 15. Army Stadium

    You can't visit Peshawar and not pay a visit to Sher Khan Shaheed Stadium formerly known as Army Stadium (this is also its local name). It is a huge park with...

  • 16. Peshawar Museum

    I highly recommend visiting the Peshawar MuseumIt is most well known for its well-preserved Buddhist artifacts gathered from various sites in Pakistan,...

  • 17. Khyber pass & Torkham border

    Bonjour mon ami,There've been shot some documentaries on Khyber pass, Landi Kotal and Torkham border, you may find the DVD's in the market.You can try the books...

  • 18. Sethi Houses

    This street was at the heart of the traditional business community and gained its name from the powerful Sethi family which at one time conducted highly...

  • 19. Smugglers Bazaar

    On the road to the Khyber Pass, out on the fringes of Peshawar, several kilometres beyond Hayatabad and just before you enter the Tribal Areas is this strange...


    Islamia College was founded in 1913 to educate the sons of the Pathan chiefs. The building is in impressive Moghul/Gothic style, so impressive that it also...


    One of Pakistan's prestigious boarding schools. It was founded in 1855 as the Sir Herbet Edwardes Memorial School. It has splendid Mughal -Gothic buildinds...


    The Peshawar club is located on Sir Syed Road near The Mall, is reserved for members and their guests, but anyone can go in to look around and browse in...


    St John's Cathedral is the oldest in Peshawar, dating from 1851, the second year of British presence. The Christian cemetry is not beside the church, however,...


    At the centre of the Saddar(new peshawar area) is the Khalid bin Walid or Company Bagh. An old garden laid out in the classical Mughal style, it has several...

  • 25. This was the scene outside our...

    This was the scene outside our hotel in Peshawar.It's a street of bustling people, honking cars and trucks, brightly painted buses, and carts drawn by...

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