Amritsar from Pakistan



Only a distance of 25 km separates the city of Amritsar from Pakistan. One of the greatest cities in undivided Pakistan, Amritsar has retained its past glory. For natural reasons, there is a tremendous interest and curiosity about Amritsar in Pakistan. A large number of people are keen to visit Amritsar from Pakistan and the growing number of Pakistani tourists in the city proves the point.

Reaching Amritsar from Pakistan by air is not a difficult task with direct and indirect flights from Lahore, Faisalabad, Karachi, Islamabad and other cities of Pakistan. Some of the airlines, which operate regular flights to Amritsar, are:
  • Uzbekistan Airways
  • Turkmenistan Airlines
  • Indian Airlines
With the introduction of the bus service connecting Lahore and Amritsar, it has become very convenient for the tourists to come from Pakistan to the city of Amritsar. The presence of the incomparable Wagah Border immensely facilitates the inter-country journey. The 'Samjhauta Express' has provided relief to thousand of tourists, shuttling between Lahore, Wagah, Attari near Amritsar and Delhi.



Last Updated on 25/07/2013



     


     

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