A relatively quiet city, Islamabad consists of mainly Federal Government offices, Parliment House, the official residences of the President and Prime Minister along with the Diplomatic Enclave, an area next to the Parliament House dedicated to foreign embassies and missions appointed in Pakistan.
Use the street map to locate top attractions, parks and historical sights in Islamabad: click on the area you’re interested in to zoom in and see the museums, galleries, parks, and other sights in that Islamabad district. For detailed information on the best Islamabad attractions and sightseeing activities, recommended shops and restaurants, as well as the best Islamabad hotels, visit the other sections of our city guide.
This article sent by our beautiful reader Sadaf Ehsan from Islamabad. Sadaf tells that this snap was taken when she was standing in front of her brother’s office. Sadaf is student of 3rd year and studying in a private college in Islamabad.Related Posts