Plan Your Holiday with Breathtaking Historical Attractions of Kabul

Jul 10th 2015 at 4:46 AM

Has the very thought ever come into your mind that you should be taking a flight to a city that has suffered a lot?

Well, something or the other has always been taking place in almost every nation we can possibly think of, but Afghanistan is one of the countries in Asia that have gone through plenty of conflicts that once took place between the U.S. troops and the Taliban. Many may live with thinking that it is absolutely not wise to fly to a war-torn nation, but those who have held a great regard for exploring historical treasures Kabul (Afghanistan's capital city) is blessed with do find a reason or two to fly to this city.

A lot of people may express their unwillingness when it comes to taking cheap flights to Kabul. This is because of the reason that it has had numerous negative effects caused by the U.S. troops which led the Taliban to settle the score with the fighters from the United States military and while all this was on its peak, much havoc was caused by the Taliban on the other end that changed the face of the country.

But this did not let any history enthusiast to cause a delay in their traveling plans to Kabul. They wanted to let themselves loose in those times when the city felt the presence of the founder of the Mughal Dynasty, Babur though its historical background dates back to 3,500 years ago.

Let the mind-blowing historical highlights leave you amazed!

Kabul was captured by the first Mughal Emperor known by the name of Babur. After you step off from the plane, you can feel the historical charm that this city has preserved for history lovers like you. You can obviously see some evidence that Babur really had his reign over the city. There are a number of museums and monuments that make a holidaymaker fond of history travel back in time.

Below mentioned are some of the best attractions Kabul truly boasts of:

1.Bagh-e Babur (Gardens of Babur) –

You cannot afford to explore this attraction that is worthy of every holidaymaker's visit. The garden is the resting place Babur, as he had wished to be buried at Bagh-e Babur. Though he real burial place is in Agra where he was laid to rest, but he was later moved to these gardens. Book cheap flight tickets to Kabul to feel the everlasting beauty of these gardens.

2.National Museum of Afghanistan –

The National Museum of Afghanistan is one of the most explored museums in the city of Kabul that has been tempting every visitor to explore. This museum once had one of the greatest collections of Central Asian artefacts in the world.

3.Darul Aman Palace –

Originally built as King Amanullah's Palace in the 1920s, this palace had seen massive destruction and been rebuilt a couple of times.

4.Kabul Zoo –

Situated on the banks of the Kabul River, the Kabul Zoo has around 280 animals including 45 species of birds and 36 species of fish.

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