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TRAVEL TO PESHAWAR

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Peshawar is a great place to visit, it lies near the historical Khyber Pass, because of which it is one of the most visited tourist spot. The Pakistan and Afghanistan border, Torkam increases Peshawars importance even more.

Peshawar is one of the most historical city of south east asia, with a legendary history and culture. You find people of many languages here, ranging from Hindko to Pashto and Persian. Peshawar has been a place of high military and commercial importance since a very long time. Because of its position as biggest Pakistani city with Afghanistan's border, it has been a place where almost all the trade in done between the two nations.

Peshawar has many markets, many of which are historical, among them are Khyber Bazar, Qisa Khuwani Bazar, Bazar Baitar Bazan, Ram Das Bazar, Andar Shehar Bazar and Mochi Lara Bazar.

You can find many historical buildings in Peshawar, some of which are Balahisar Fort (a huge fort built by Sikhs), Mohhabbat Khan Mosque (a Mughal mosque), Chowk Yadgar (formerly called Hastings Memorial), Islamia College, Edwardes College, Peshawar Museum, Ghor Khatahri, etc.

Today Peshawar has many hotels, so you will not have to worry about staying during visit. You can find hotels ranging from international standard to local hotels, where you can experience the local touch.

Transportion in Peshawar is pretty easy, you can find a taxi any where, or if you want a greater experience you may travel with a rickshaw, which can even take you to the most inner parts of the old city, because taxi's and other cars can not go there because of narrow streets.
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