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Departure Sat, 23 Mar Return Wed, 03 Apr
MAN Manchester
ISB Islamabad
return from £422
Departure Sat, 23 Mar Return Tue, 26 Mar
LHR London
ISB Islamabad
return from £456
Departure Sat, 23 Mar Return Sun, 07 Apr
BHX Birmingham
ISB Islamabad
return from £502
Departure Thu, 04 Apr Return Sun, 21 Apr
GLA Glasgow
ISB Islamabad
return from £716
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Travelling to Islamabad

Islamabad Attractions

Islamabad is the vibrant metropolis capital of Pakistan situated in the northeast of the country in the Pakistan Punjab region. Newly founded in the 1960s, it is a thoroughly modern city that fuses innovation and progress with the region's rich history. Located in the northeast of the country, it is surrounded by verdant green hills and has the reputation of being one of the best-planned cities in South Asia, utilizing a grid system of wide, tree-lined boulevards that are divided into different zones. It is the country's seat of government and the country's business and financial hub. A dynamic university city that is ever-evolving, visitors can enjoy a range of cultural and entertainment activities and a lively vibe.

Things to do in Islamabad

Blessed with an array of interesting sights and encircled by stunning landscapes, Pakistan's capital offers visitors a chance to see some of the country's top cultural attractions as well as providing an introduction to Pakistan's spectacular scenery.

On a trip to Islamabad be sure to:

  • Visit the iconic Shah Faisal Mosque, Islamabad's most famous sight in the Margalla Hills
  • See the whole city from a different angle from Daman-e-Koh, a place in the hills overlooking the city
  • Relax by Rawal Lake and picnic with the locals
  • Gain insight into Pakistan's rich history at the Pakistan Monument Museum
  • Learn about Pakistan's ancient civilisations at the Islamabad Museum
  • Take a day trip to the Lok Virsa Museum and Heritage Library near Shkarparlan
  • Stroll through the landscaped gardens of Fatima Jinnah Park, one of the largest parks in South East Asia
  • Visit elephants, bears and leopards at the Islamabad Zoo
  • Taste local Pakistani dishes
  • Admire the striking architecture of the Supreme Court of Pakistan
Islamabad

Islamabad Airports

Passengers flying to Islamabad will arrive at Benazir Bhutto International Airport (also known as Islamabad International Airport). It is the third largest and busiest airport in the country, handling both domestic and international traffic.

  • Benazir Bhutto International Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines operate flights to Islamabad including: Emirates, Turkish Airlines and Etihad Airways. Both Emirates and Turkish Airlines have been recognized as two of the Top 15 airlines in the world, according to eDreams Best Airlines study 2016.

    Location

    Benazir Bhutto International Airport is situated in Chaklala, Rawalpindi, about 12 miles from the centre of Islamabad.

    Transportation

    Yellow cabs and Radio cabs are available from the airport and are the most popular way to get to the city centre. There are also several low cost local buses and vans that are available 24/7.

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