Fort Munro, D.G khan
It is the place to be in summers if you want to cool yourself off from the hot summer and don’t want to go to northern area. Fort is at top of the hill and the scenic beauty on the road to the fort is amazing. There is a lake near the fort as well.
Attock Fort, Attock
The fort is present between Peshawar road and Indus River . Some area of the fort ard open for the public . The colossal walls and doors of the fort give the idea how tough the fort was in it blooms . The confluence of river Indus and Kabul can be seen from the fort . It has a view of mountains on one side and plains on the other .
Rohtas Fort, Jehlum
It is one of the biggest fort of subcontinent and still is in a great shape as it was never stormed by force. It has high defensive wall and many gateways to get out of. Naalah Ghaan runs around it a tributary of Jhelum river. The towers give the view of the plains far away and trees and ground inside can serve as good place of relax.
Derawar Fort, Bahawalpur
Cholistan jeep rally is conducted here annually as the fort present in the middle of the desert. It has forty bastions that could be seen from many mile in the desert. The fort is squarish in structure and has a beautiful mosque and palace beside it.
Lahore Fort, Lahore
Also known as ‘Shahi Qila. It was citadel of the walled city of Lahore but now the city has spread beyond it. You may feel like an ant while wandering through the halls of fort. Badshahi mosque, minar e Pakistan, Sesh Mahal and Ravi river from the top. The whole city can be view from here as well.
Multan Fort (Fort Kohna), Multan
The origin of fort dates back to 800 to 1000 B.C. The fort has 30 towers and citadel. The most of the fort was destroyed in British invasion. The Chenab river flows near city and can be viewed from the fort There are shrines in the fort now and is very busy place in normal days too.