Scopra il cuore culturale del Medio Oriente. Dalle moderne metropoli commerciali come Riyadh alle città sante musulmane Mecca e Medina, l'Arabia Saudita offre una vastissima gamma di esperienze storiche e culturali. Il territorio è suddiviso in cinque regioni storiche, dall'Hejaz sulla costa del Mar Rosso - la zona dove avviene la maggior parte degli scambi commerciali del Paese, alla provincia orientale.
Flights and holidays toSaudi Arabia
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In a strategic location halfway down the eastern shore of the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia’s commercial capital Jeddah has been a trading hub for centuries. Serving as the gateway to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, Jeddah (the name means “grandmother”) is one of the Middle East’s oldest and most cosmopolitan cities.
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Saudi Arabi holidays
Situated at the heart of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh offers a fascinating fusion of new and old. The historic old town remains largely intact next to Saudi Arabia's modern capital of hotels, restaurants and shopping centres. Saudi Arabia's commercial centre Jeddah also offers a wonderful blend of ancient and modern styles. Explore the coral houses and traditional market souks of al-Balad or enjoy Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast.
Things to do in Saudi Arabia
There are many opportunities for adventure holidays in Saudi Arabia as the country enjoys two coastlines on the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf, both popular areas for water sports. The Jeddah Corniche is the largest waterfront area in Saudi Arabia, a tourist capital offering 30 km of beach resorts and luxury hotels and providing the ideal opportunity for scuba diving amongst the coral reefs.
Consigli per i viaggiatori
Visa and entry requirements
A travel Visa is essential when booking flights to Saudi Arabia, but internal travel permits are no longer required.
As a Muslim country, you are expected to pay heed to local customs and beliefs and to dress conservatively in public.
If you are visiting Saudi Arabia during the fasting month of Ramadan this may also entail abstaining from eating, drinking and smoking in public during the daylight hours.