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Tickets to Peshawar

Peshawar has a history stretching back to 539 BC, making it one of Asia's oldest cities. It's one of Pakistan's largest cities, with a population of millions. Because of its proximity to the Khyber Pass, the area has an Afghan flavour to it. The majority of visitors will arrive via Peshawar International Airport, which is less than a half-hour drive from the city centre. It is Pakistan's fourth busiest airport, with direct economy flights to numerous locations in the Middle East and links to the rest of the world.
One of the things that distinguishes Peshawar is its cultural diversity, which can be seen in some of its traditional market squares and old bazaars. So, if you wish to visit this vibrant city in KPK and are seeking some pointers, we've got you covered. We've put together a thorough travel guide to Peshawar, detailing its best locations and times to visit! Also the Airport and pros for Economy flights to Peshawar.

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Peshawar Airport Information

Anyone booking economy from the UK to Peshawar, Pakistan, must have a passport valid for at least six months. A valid visa is also necessary to board economy flights to the city's international airport. When you arrive in Pakistan, you can easily visit major city points throughout Peshawar by cab or bus. There are also automobile rental services available at the airport for those who intend to drive to the city. It is essential to bring light, cool clothing when visiting Peshawar during the summer, as the weather will otherwise be unbearably hot. Drinking plenty of cold water to stay hydrated is also encouraged, as is wearing a hat.

Top Destinations in Peshawar

Those who want to tour Pakistan's City on the Frontier have a wide range of options with economy. Peshawar dazzles with a schedule of exciting crowd-pullers to ensure that visitors on international flights to the city have a good time. There are so many attractions in the city that economy visitors will find it difficult to explore them all in a few days. Attractions like Bala-Hisar Fort, Qissa Khawani Bazaar, Jamrud Fort, Walled City, Cunningham Clock Tower, Chowk Yadgar, Karavan Sarai Gor Khatri, Peshawar Museum, Khyber Pass, and Shagai Fort are some of the most famous tourist spots in Peshawar that make most visitors thank themselves for booking economy tickets on direct or indirect flights to the city.

Best Time to Visit Peshawar

Temperatures in Peshawar can soar throughout the summer, so anyone who is sensitive to heat should avoid booking economy to the city in June, July, or August. In January, February, March, November, and December, the temperature falls to more bearable levels. August and March are often the wettest months in Peshawar, so anyone visiting during these months should be prepared for heavy rain. Every year, the city hosts a number of important religious and cultural events, so purchasing economy tickets to coincide with Shab-e-Barat, Basant Festival, or Pakistan Day (March 23rd) can be a good option.