With its semi-arid climate, Peshawar boasts sweaty summers and gentle winters.
If you're sensitive to heat, it's best to visit between November and March.
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Although this Pakistani city doesn't suffer from monsoons, there is rain in summer and winter.
Today, it's a thriving city with strong ties to international tourism, business industries, and commercial spheres.
This historic area also holds exciting, colourful bazaars, where merchants sell their luxurious wares. For energetic tourists, Peshawar offers many fast-paced pastimes.
There are hiking tours through the mountains, safaris on the Khyber train, and strolls through the Ghani Bagh gardens.
Getting into Downtown Peshawar is possible by rickshaws (street taxis) or renting a car on-site at PEW.
Pollution levels are high in this Pakistani city, so you might want to avoid their open-air taxis.
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Peshawar is served by an international airport, Bacha Khan International Airport (PEW).