Rev up your spirits for a trip to the walled city of Lahore. The old city Lahore dates back more than a thousand years and was the capital of the Mughal empire and later the Sikh empire. Lahore is known as the culinary center of Pakistan so guests should come with an appetite to experience the indigenous flavors of the country along the way. Skip breakfast at the hotel today, we want to take you out early for a food tour spin. The tour will include some of the legendary Lahori eateries that are being run by 3rd generations of families. A big part of the local food scene, these kiosks and stalls sell out their ware in a matter of hours, and you will find people queuing outside long before they open. Whether it s the Lassi (a milk beverage made with salt and sugar) or Payey (goat feet gravy), Lahore is a foodie s haven. The city is also one of the main agricultural hubs of the country and also a source of livelihood for farmers residing in and around the city. Taste the purity of nature s goodness at local dairies with freshly procured milk, home-grown butter, cheese, and other dairy specialties of the region. You will also visit the Lahore Fort, Minar-e-Pakistan national monument, and the Greater Iqbal Park where the resolution for Pakistan was passed in 1940. The park lies in the middle of the 13 historic gates of Lahore and includes a man-made lake spread out over 16,000sqm with dancing fountains and a center island-shaped to the map of Pakistan. The park also has a state of the art library, a national history museum, an open-air gym, and a food court As twilight starts to set in, guests will visit the Badshahi Mosque to bask in its Mughal-inspired glory and watch the sun descend behind the domes of the mosque. One of the most iconic landmarks in Lahore, the mosque is a reflection of Mughal architecture and finesse, with its exterior drenched in carved red sandstone with marble inlay. Devour scrumptious snacks and dinner at Haveli Restaurant situated right in front of the iconic mosque. Located in the historic Haveli Khalil Khan, Haveli Restaurant is an architectural landmark of the Fort Road Food Street in Lahore. In addition to being known as an eatery offering outstanding views of the famous Badshahi Mosque, the restaurant is famous for its brain masala, chops, kebab, and chicken cheese naan. Don t forget to give all of them a try to the tune of local music artisans. Return to your hotel for a good rest.