Terminals, Lahore, Rawalpindi & Bahawalpur
It is the main terminal of Sightseeing Lahore and located in Punjab (Football) Stadium which is accessible from Ferozpur Road after crossing Gadaffi Stadium. All the tours start from this terminal. The terminal has a spacious car parking facility and it is easily accessible through Taxi, Rickshaw and Metro Bus.
It is in the vicinity of Gadaffi international cricket stadium which is a multipurpose cultural complex, which hosts a series of main cultural happenings of Lahore, for example the World Performing Arts Festival, Youth Theatre Festival, Sufi Festival or Tourism fair. The area is the downtown of the city where famous eateries like Bundu Khan, Dera, Bashir Dar-ul-Mahi, Hotspot, Balochi Sajji are just a walk away from the terminal.
Al-Hamra arts gallery is also in close proximity. It is a permanent Art Gallery and houses the collection of paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics owned by the Lahore Arts Council. The gallery also hosts short-term exhibitions which are on the national and international levels.
Liberty market which is one of the most famous markets of Lahore is just 2km away from the terminal. Moreover, the M.M. Alam Road which is a commercial hub of modern Lahore is also in the surrounding area. It hosts a variety of flamboyant restaurants, fashion boutiques, shopping malls, beauty salons and décor stores.
It is a drop point where the double-decker bus stays during its stopover. It is located at Fort Road Food Street. It is the north-western part of Lahore which was fortified by a city wall during the Mughal era. The area is the heart of Lahore and also known as Walled City where Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque, Minar-e-Pakistan, Samadhi of Raja Ranjeet Sigh, Tomb of Allama Iqbal and Huzoori Baagh are located. In the past years Fort road Food Street has replaced Gawalmandi Food Street and here you can take the pleasure of dinner with variety of traditional cuisines in the grandeur of Mughal architecture which adds more ecstasy to the tour. Numerous budget dine-out options are also available here. The terminal is easily accessible via Metro Bus, Rickshaw and taxi. Walled City Authority of Lahore runs a rickshaw ride service called Rangeela Rickshaw which can easily penetrate to the narrow and historic streets of old Lahore. This rickshaw ride covers Shahi Hamam, Wazir Khan Masjid and Sonehri Masjid. It also passes along Allama Iqbal’s House, Fakir Khana Museum and Naqsh Art Gallery.
It is a drop point where the Double Decker bus stays for one hour during its stopover. The state of the art terminal-III is also equipped with all facilities including booking office, waiting area and adequate security. The terminal is located in the heart of Lahore’s top attractions Iqbal Park, formerly Minto Park, is an urban park; after renovation and expansion its name is Greater Iqbal Park located in the outskirts of the Walled City in Lahore, Pakistan. Noted as the home of Minar-e-Pakistan, the 125-acre park includes an artificial lake which spreads over four acres which includes an 800-feet-long musical fountain. Other attractions include a soft rail, Golf Car, library, an open-air 6 gym and a food court. The tombs of Allama Iqbal and Hafeez Jalandhari are also located in the park. Visitors can lounge on rolling lawns and take in the panoramic view of the symbolic Minar-e-Pakistan, the majestic Lahore Fort, the iconic Azadi Interchange and the historic Badshahi Mosque that also shelters the tomb of Allama Iqbal.
Twin Cities (Rawalpindi & Islamabad) Terminals
Allama Iqbal Park, Main Murree Road Rawalpindi
ATTRACTIONS ON ROUTE
Landmarks which we covered in our tour are following
- Allama Iqbal park
- Ring Road Faizabad
- Centaurus Shopping Mall Islamabad
- Faisal Mosque
- Blue Area
- Saudi Pak Tower
- U phone head office Tower
- Allied bank Tower
- Green Tower Building
- Red Zone
- National Assembly
- Supreme Court of Pakistan
- Prime Minister Secretariat
- Foreign Office
- FM Radio Pakistan Islamabad
- Serena Hotel Islamabad
- Convention Centre
- Lake view park
- Shakar Parian
- Pakistan Monuments
- Lok Virsa
TDCP Regional Office, Dring Stadium old press club building near Bahawalpur Zoo, Bahawalpur