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Vibrant and exciting Lahore

Book flights to Lahore and explore a world of historic landmarks, bustling eateries and impeccable parks, in Pakistan’s eastern province of Punjab.

Nestled deep in the centre you’ll find the Old City. Travel back in time as you wander through 4000-year-old heritage, on narrow lanes among traditional architecture.

Join the History by Night Tour, discover museums and sample the delicious local cuisine, including spice-packed curries and sizzling kebabs.

Lahore is renowned for its grand mosques, including Wazir Khan and Badshahi. Built during the Mughal Era, its ornate and embellished masterpieces tell stories of local history.

The ancient city’s national monument of
Minar-e-Pakistan signifies Pakistan’s independence. Enjoy its peaceful, luscious park and colourful fountain show as you soak up the magic of this exciting destination.

Fly to Lahore with Etihad for a once in a lifetime adventure.

What’s the weather like in Lahore?

What’s the weather like in Lahore?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

13°C

2cm

FEB

16°C

3cm

MAR

21°C

3cm

APR

27°C

2cm

MAY

32°C

2cm

JUN

34°C

4cm

JUL

32°C

18cm

AUG

31°C

15cm

SEP

30°C

6cm

OCT

26°C

1cm

NOV

19°C

0cm

DEC

14°C

1cm

Book your plane tickets to Lahore for sometime in mid-winter to mid-spring (January to April) or mid-autumn to early winter (October to December), and you can expect warm, pleasant and mostly dry weather.

The summer (May to September) is much hotter
than the other seasons in Lahore. Temperatures average more than 30°C, with heavy rain showers typical in July and August.

Reasons to visit Lahore

interior of wazir khan mosque

Explore alluring art

You’ll discover gorgeous pieces of art wherever you turn in Lahore. Look up at the ceilings and walls of mosques and palaces – or down at the floors – and prepare to become awe-inspired. For art enthusiasts, a visit to Alhamra Arts Council is a must, as it houses Lahore’s largest permanent collection of creative works.

Its two-floor gallery – housed within the striking exterior designed by leading Pakistani architect Nayyar Ali Dada – exhibits fine paintings by Pakistani artists. The gallery is part of the wider Alhamra Cultural Complex, which also hosts musical and theatrical performances.

Watch live stage dramas and comedies, or view local artwork, paintings and sculptures. The unique building is clad in red bricks, with semi-enclosed passages and polygonal halls.

lahore fort pakistan

Browse magnificent museums

Lahore Fort is an incredible historic stronghold located in the Old City. This striking landmark dates back to an even older structure from medieval times. The current castle was constructed by Emperor Akbar in 1566, when Lahore was at the centre of a powerful empire.

There are three small museums on site, including the Armoury, Sikh and Mughal Galleries. The World Heritage Site showcases the glorious past of the Mughal Dynasty, with its traditional glass in limestone design and intricately crafted windows. Visit here and immerse yourself in history and discover traditional artefacts that shed light on history.

the tomb of jahangir lahore

Head to Jahangir’s Tomb

The extraordinary Tomb of Jahangir is where the legendary emperor of the same name was laid to rest, the man who ruled the Mughal dynasty for more than 20 years. It was erected in the first half of the 17th century by Jahangir’s son, Shah Jahan, who also constructed the Taj Mahal in India. Jahangir’s beloved wife, Nur Jahan, is said to have had a vital hand in designing this magnificent tribute to her late husband.

Exquisite marble detailing can be found inside, while a tranquil and majestic garden complex also includes the tomb of Asif Khan, Nur Jahan’s brother.

When booking flight tickets to Lahore, make a plan to stop by this transformative structure to experience the powerful love story of the emperor and his wife.

Things to know before you fly to Lahore

plane Transfers from Allama Iqbal Airport (LHE)

Allama Iqbal International Airport (LHE) is around nine miles (15km) from the city centre. For convenient onward travel to your destination once you’ve stepped off your flight to Lahore, book an airport transfer with Etihad. Alternatively, buses leave regularly from the airport. Taxis and rental cars are also available.

charities Cultural considerations

When entering religious buildings such as the Badshahi Mosque, guests should respectfully leave their shoes at the entrance and be silent. Both men and women should also dress modestly, covering their head, shoulders and knees. Be aware that drinking alcohol in public is also banned in Pakistan.

bus Getting around

The major modes of transportation in Lahore are taxis and auto rickshaws. You can also take the Lahore Metrobus or travel from the Lahore Junction railway station, which is located in the heart of the city and serves as a vital entry and exit point.

meals Local cuisine

The food in Lahore is especially delicious, influenced by a range of styles and famous for its curries – not least local favourite chicken lahori. Samosas are also a typical street food here, while nihari and halwa poori stews are a popular breakfast in the city.

Flying to Lahore: FAQs

Where should I stay in Lahore?

Central Lahore is home to some of the most comfortable and luxurious hotels in the city, including boutique options. Meanwhile the Model Town district is close to scenic parks and some fantastic shopping – with a range of convenient three and four-star places to stay nearby.

What attractions should I visit in Lahore?

There are many exciting attractions in Lahore that you should have on your list. Don’t miss Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Shalamar Gardens, Lahore Museum and Minar-e-Pakistan. For fashion lovers, the Anarkali Bazaar and Liberty Market are ideal shopping destinations.

Where should I eat in Lahore?

The famous Fort Road Food Street and M. M. Alam Road are a must for food-lovers. Some of the best cafes and greatest restaurants in Lahore are located on these beautifully designed avenues, including Village, Jammin Java Cafe and Pompeii. Visit here to sample mouth-watering Asian, Middle Eastern and Pakistani food cooked from the best local ingredients.

Where should I go for New Year in Lahore?

Bahria Town in Lahore is perfect for New Year celebrations with your family. Home to the marvellous Eiffel Tower replica, expect to find fireworks and a festival atmosphere. Ride in the lift to the stunning viewing deck for breathtaking panoramas over the city.

Why we love Lahore

“Flying to Lahore offers a thrilling mix of history, entertainment, art, and culture. From its museums and galleries, to its mouth-watering food stalls and shops, there's always something exciting to see and do. There’s nothing better than strolling through the bustling and remarkable Old City.”

Book the lowest flight deals to Lahore (LHE) from SAR 2876

Dammam (DMM) to Lahore (LHE)

Departure 1 Jul 2020,
Return 8 Jul 2020
from SAR2876*

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Departure 1 Jul 2020,
Return 8 Aug 2020
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Weather in Lahore

26 °C
Saturday30 May 2020
31 °C
Sunday31 May 2020
35 °C
Monday1 Jun 2020
38 °C
Tuesday2 Jun 2020
39 °C
Wednesday3 Jun 2020
38 °C
Thursday4 Jun 2020
37 °C
Friday5 Jun 2020
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