Peshawar, in Pakistan, is a city that about 1,200,000 people call home.
Islamabad, the national capital, is located 90 miles (145 kilometers) east of Peshawar, while Jaipur lies 550 miles (885 kilometers) to the southeast.
Hear the shrieking cries of battles past at Peshawar's well-preserved defensive walls and buildings. The Bala Hisar Fort played an important role in fending off enemy armies throughout the years, but today welcomes sightseers from near and far.
See the world in a different light in Peshawar when you visit the Peshawar Museum. Wander the halls, see the highlights, and then ask for tips from the locals to discover some of the more niche museums in the vicinity.
The Mahabat Khan Mosque, the Chowk Yadgar and the Kotla Mohsin Khan are three more fascinating attractions, ideal for those who think they’ve seen everything in the Peshawar area.