Lahore is adored by the masses across the globe due to several enchanting reasons. The historic walled city of Lahore, which is also termed by many as the cultural capital of Pakistan, has been enumerated in the list of “52 dream destinations” for tourists to visit in 2021 by the New York Times (NYT). Lahore Shines in New York Times Among 52 Most-Loved Places in 2021.
There is no city in the world like Lahore. Lahorites made the city so special and inimitable. It is rich in taste and hospitality, which you cannot find anywhere. At least it is true for South Asia that “Lahore is Lahore“, Lahore Lahore aye, jinnae Lahore ni waikhya o jamya e ni (Lahore is Lahore, You haven’t born yet if you haven’t seen Lahore).
Lahore Shines in New York Times Among 52 Most-Loved Places in 2021
The list was created by the New York Times after appraising over 2,000 proffers, which were received from the bibliophiles who were asked to give details of the most cheering and beaut spots on the globe they have visited in the dark phase of the deadly contagion coronavirus.
Haneen Iqbal, one of the readers describes Lahore in the following shrilling words
“Especially in winter, this city nourishes you. It opens its arms to you, then feeds you and wraps you in a hug. Pakistan has a bad reputation and is often overlooked by travellers who come to South Asia. But Lahoris are some of the kindest, most hospitable people. They love to take care of you and feed you”.
Pakistan is always in the hearts of tourists
It is not the first time Pakistan or its cities have been sought after for its beauty, cuisines, and historical spark to tourists. Earlier, Forbes and Condé Nast Traveler have also suggested Pakistan as a must-visit place for tourists, due to its awesome tourists’ stop-offs scattered across the country.
The shining list entails other enthralled places like Siwa Oasis of Egypt, The Llanos of Colombia, Kaliya Throw of India, Northern Mariana Islands of Saipan, Isfahan, Iran, and others.