Tombs of famous saints and rulers including Jam Nizamuddin II are still preserved and are evidence of Hindu, Mughal, and Islamic architecture.
Rohtas Fort is a garrison fort built by Sher Shah Suri, located about 16 km from Jhelum in Punjab, Pakistan.
The Fort and Shalamar Gardens in Lahore are two distinct royal complexes from the Mughal era.
The Fort is located at the northwest corner of the Walled City of Lahore and has been destroyed and rebuilt several times during its history.
Sahr-i-Bahlol is a small fortified city, dating from the same era, located near Takht-i-Bahi.
The historical complex is a complete Buddhist monastery consisting of four main groups; the Court of Stupas, a monastic complex, a temple complex, and a tantric monastic complex.
Taxila is an archaeological site located in the Rawalpindi District, 30 km northwest of Islamabad.
Pakistan being the centre of various wars led to several dynasties and tribes ruling its lands.
This campaign involved events throughout the year including fairs and religious festivals, regional sporting events, arts and craft shows, folk festivals and openings of historical museums.
In 2009, The World Economic Forum's Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report ranked Pakistan as one of the top 25% tourist destinations for its World Heritage sites.
The sites included Lahore, the Karakoram Highway, Karimabad and Lake Saiful Muluk.
To promote country's unique cultural heritage, Pakistan launched the "Visit Pakistan" marketing campaign in 2007.