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Flights to Pakistan
Whether you’re looking to reunite with friends and family,
travelling for business as the world and global economy
starts to open up, or are keen to explore some stunning
UNESCO sights, we can’t wait to take you there.
Book your ticket today with Virgin Atlantic.
Virgin Atlantic flights to Pakistan take you to a region of astonishing ethnic diversity and immense natural beauty. much of it still practically untouched by mainstream tourism. Flying three new routes from London Heathrow to Lahore, London Heathrow to Islamabad, as well as from Manchester to Islamabad, these new services operate on one of Virgin Atlantic’s newest, most fuel efficient aircraft, the 787-9 boasting 31 Upper Class suites, 35 Premium and 192 Economy seats.
Lahore is popular for its array of tourist activities. From seeing priceless artefacts and historical sites to shopping places and a variety of restaurants, the options are endless. And for those who love nature, the Shalamar Garden of Lahore should be the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of this city for a while.
Islamabad is a new modern city in Pakistan. Clusters of buildings are divided into zones, laid out as a grid with a vast network of roads connecting them all together like a spider web. In between the buildings, green vegetations are sprinkled all over the city, making it the greenest city in the country.
Things to do in Pakistan
Visit the Pakistan Monument
A striking structure based on a blooming flower, with each petal representing the country’s provinces, it is dedicated to the people of Pakistan who sacrificed their "today" for a better "tomorrow". Illuminated it night, it also house a museum where the history of the country is told in a series of waxworks.
Visit the Badshahi Mosque
The breathtaking Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, should top your list. British royals love it – Diana, Princess of Wales visited in 1991. Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, visited more recently in 2019. It is regarded as one of the most impressive in the Islamic world.
Visit Hunza Valley
Known as Pakistan’s Shangri-La, the Hunza Valley is as peaceful as it is beautiful. A pocket of verdant green amongst the dry towering mountains, it is a land of burbling streams, abundant orchards and hospitable locals. Food is plentiful and good here, too, with the orchard and pastures providing produce that is fresh and tasty.