The Lahore Fort
With a structural record on the site dating back to the 11th century, Lahore Fort is a fortress spread across 20 hectares. Having been near completely rebuilt during the 17th century, it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site itself contains more than 21 notable monuments, with several dating back to the era of Emperor Akbar.
Walled City of Lahore
Also referred to as the Old City, it was established in 1000 CE and was further fortified by a mud wall throughout the medieval era. It was selected as the Mughal Capital and also contains The Lahore Fort. The entire area include a range of attractions including several mosques, the Royal Baths, Fort Road Food Street and more. The area covers more than 256 hectares and includes a population of 200,000 people.