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1. Babur`s Gardens: Known locally as Bagh-e Babur, these stunning gardens were originally laid out in the 16th century by Mughal Emperor Babur. Filled with beautiful flora, terraced lawns, and flowing water channels, the gardens offer a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of Kabul. It`s an ideal spot for a picnic or leisurely stroll.
2. The National Museum of Afghanistan: Located in the heart of Kabul, the National Museum showcases Afghanistan`s rich cultural history and preserves its archaeological treasures. The museum`s extensive collection includes ancient artifacts, Buddhist sculptures, Islamic art, and many other historical remnants that reflect the country`s diverse heritage.
3. Pul-e Khishti Mosque: One of Kabul`s most iconic landmarks, Pul-e Khishti Mosque, also known as Shah-Do Shamshira Mosque, stands on a footbridge crossing the Kabul River. The mosque`s design is a fusion of traditional Central Asian and modern architectural elements, with its white marble facade and distinctive blue-tiled dome. It`s a significant religious site and offers a glimpse into Kabul`s Islamic heritage.
4. Chicken Street (Zard Gul): A bustling marketplace known for its vibrant atmosphere, Chicken Street is a must-visit destination for shopping enthusiasts. Here, you can find a wide array of Afghan rugs, traditional crafts, jewelry, antiques, and souvenirs. Take your time to explore the colorful shops and barter with local vendors for unique treasures to bring back home.
5. Darul Aman Palace: This iconic palace, located about 15 kilometers southwest of Kabul, is a symbol of the city`s tumultuous history. Built in the 1920s during Afghanistan`s monarchy, the palace has endured years of conflict and currently stands as a partial ruin. Despite its damaged state, the palace`s grandeur is still evident, and it serves as a poignant reminder of Afghanistan`s architectural legacy. A visit to Darul Aman Palace offers a chance to reflect on the country`s past struggles and hope for a brighter future.

Kabul Serena Hotel

5-star hotel
Kabul Serena Hotel, Froshgah Street, Kabul, Afghanistan, 1001 Kabul, Afghanistan [Map]
  •  Kabul, Afghanistan  (4.4km from centre)
  •  ETIC Score: 61%  (Bronze)
  •  Reviews: 4.3 (674+)  (Very Good)
Outdoor swimming pool, Free WiFi, Airport shuttle, Spa and wellness centre, Restaurant, Fitness centre, Room service, Non-smoking rooms, Free parking, Very good breakfast

Free WiFi

Spa and wellness centre

Health/Fitness Centre

Restaurant

No Smooking Rooms

Free parking

ETIC carbon rating
73.27
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.1
/10

N/A

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هتل انترکانتینینتال کابل

5-star hotel
Bagh-e Bala Road, 1006 Kabul, Afghanistan [Map]
  •  Kabul, Afghanistan  (7.1km from centre)
  •  ETIC Score: 70%  (Silver)
  •  Reviews: 4.2 (404+)  (Very Good)
Outdoor swimming pool, Free WiFi, Family rooms, Airport shuttle (free), Spa and wellness centre, Restaurant, Fitness centre, Room service, Non-smoking rooms, Free parking

Free WiFi

Spa and wellness centre

Health/Fitness Centre

Restaurant

No Smooking Rooms

Free parking

ETIC carbon rating
73.27
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

N/A

GBP/Night

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Central Hotel

Hotel
Kululapushta, 1001 Kabul, Afghanistan [Map]
  •  Kabul, Afghanistan  (5.6km from centre)
  •  ETIC Score: 50%  (Bronze)
  •  Reviews: 4.1 (185+)  (Very Good)
Free WiFi, Family rooms, Airport shuttle (free), Restaurant, Room service, Non-smoking rooms, Free parking, Breakfast

Free WiFi

Restaurant

No Smooking Rooms

Free parking

Family rooms

Room service

ETIC carbon rating
56.44
tCO2e
ETIC Bronze rating
5
/10

N/A

GBP/Night

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