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Pakistan's capital city, Islamabad, sits approximately 10 miles to the north of Bahria Town.
You don't have to be stuck on the highway all day to see some nature around these parts. Just 13 miles out of Bahria Town, Rawal Lake is an excellent place to get out into the fresh air. More idyllic surrounds are waiting for you at Bari Imam Cave, 16 miles away.
Whether you're a soccer fanatic or you just want to lose yourself in the exhilarating atmosphere, try to attend a live game at Jinnah Sport Stadium, the home ground of the Pakistan Television F.C. You'll find the stadium 12 miles away in Islamabad.
Get a take away coffee and make your way to the Bahria Zoo. After you've finished there, check out the Millennium University College.
If you head 3 miles to the northwest from Bahria Town, you'll stumble upon Rawalpindi. Lots of travellers like to use this destination as a base to visit the Pakistan Army Museum and Rajah Bazaar.
Keen to go and check out Miran Jani, Thandiani and Dunga Gali Pine Line Track? They're all not far from Nathia Gali, 40 miles to the northeast. The Ayubia Chairlift and Gul Jee's House are also close at hand and ought to be included in your itinerary.
An invigorating way to explore the local landscape is to go on an outdoor adventure. Rock climbing is one of the most popular activities around here. But if that's not quite what you're after, there's always mountain climbing.
Take in the region's art museums, history museums, art galleries and craft workshops. They are excellent places to go when the rain starts bucketing down.
On the hunt for something outside that will please everyone? The surrounding area features some lovely open-air markets.
If you're a history fan, you'll be pleased to find out that there are a few ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses and archeological sites close by. Take a journey back in time and get some insight into the region's intriguing past.
Would you love to add some deeper meaning to your escape? Whether you're after a spiritual experience or simply interested in learning about the local religious traditions, spend some time at some of the surrounding mosques.
There is no better way to experience a place than to literally sink your teeth into it! You're invited to discover the culture, history and personality of Pakistan by dining on some of its most tantalizing food and drink.
Lentils and pulses are just two popular ingredients in many of the dishes here. If you don't have a love for them already, you will by the end of your journey!
When in Bahria Town, why not eat like a local? That means sitting down to a meal of naan (flour dough) or korma (meat), a couple of the region's specialties.
Still got some give in your waistband after dinner? Then put in your order for gulab jamun (deep-fried dough in sugar syrup), a mouthwatering dessert.
Planning to be here around the 23rd of March? You're in luck. On this date, the whole country bands together for Republic Day.
When your trip is at an end and it's time to say goodbye, don't leave your last few Pakistani rupees jingling around in your purse. Why not buy some souvenirs as a reminder of this magnificent region?
Situated 5 miles to the north is Benazir Bhutto International Airport (ISB), the nearest terminal. Be sure you give yourself enough time to find it.