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Best Saudi Arabia itineraries

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Saudi Arabia location

Western Asia

Located

Land borders

Iraq

Jordan

Kuwait

Oman

Qatar

Saudi Arabia at a glance

Riyal (SAR)

Currency

Arabic

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Trendy (4 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Relative safe (44 / 100)

Safety index

Modern (86 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary shows you a bit of Saudi Arabia in Western Asia and it is a roundtrip from Multan. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
you can take a bath in Madinat Yanbu as Sina iyah. You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at Medina. Many cities are warm in December. As a
Pakistan citizen you must get the valid visa before for Saudi Arabia. During your travel you have to speak Arabic . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. There are two flight connections. These are Multan - Medina and Medina - Multan. As a Pakistan citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type C/D. For the journey you need: G. You can pay with Riyal everywhere.
At Saudi Arabia in Western Asia you will begin your route. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
you can take a bath in Madinat Yanbu as Sina iyah. The climate is warm. You can pay with Riyal everywhere. There are two flight connections. These are Riyadh - Mecca and Medina - Riyadh. During your travel you have to speak Arabic . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary brings you through Northern Africa, more precisely Egypt (Egypt in detail), and it is a roundtrip from Mecca. Most popular part is Alexandria.
Mainly very big cities are destinations. You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at
Cairo and Alexandria. Many cities are comfort in December. As a Saudi Arabia citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type G. For the journey you need: C/F. There are two flight connections. These are Mecca - Cairo and Alexandria (Alexandria in detail) - Mecca. During your travel you have to speak Arabic. English should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through Saudi Arabia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
you can take a bath in Jizan. As a
Austria citizen you must get the valid visa before for Saudi Arabia. During your travel you have to speak Arabic . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. As a Austria citizen you use electronic with power sockets of the type C/F. For the journey you need: G. These flight connections are taken during this itinerary: Riyadh - Jizan, Abha - Jeddah and Medina - Tabuk.

Things to do

Top 10 Things to Do on Your Saudi Arabia Vacation - Tripelle

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13 Unforgettable Things To Do In Saudi Arabia

. that allows tourists from around 49 countries to tour the country. It is a cocktail of good foods from all these regions. Some

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8 of the Best Places to Visit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

As Saudi Arabia’s capital, Riyadh is a cultural hub that seamlessly presents ancient fortresses with modern glass skyscrapers stan

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Top Historic Places to Visit in Riyadh

5. The National Museum

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Eat & drink

Finding cheap restaurants to eat in was difficult.

Restaurants are usually divided into “singles” men’s sections and “family” sections… if there’s a family section at all! Most chea

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Climate and Temperature

Riyadh can get extremely hot, and you’ll feel the heat, especially when wearing “a lot” of clothing. The temperature can reach up

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Aarif Castle:

Qishlah Castle: Now closed to the public, but impressive enough from the outside for a visit. ...

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Worth to visit

Why Visit Saudi Arabia

Part of the allure of visiting a country like Saudi Arabia is it’s mystique. Previously, visas have only been available to expats

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General

Why Should You Visit Saudi Arabia in 2020?

The good news for all the travelers is that they can go to Saudi Arabia as a tourist. The country is now issuing tourist visas and

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Saudi Arabia Visa: What To Expect

Before we get to the controversial stuff, let’s find out the logistics first. The Arabia Saudi Visa , to apply. If your country is

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Should I Travel to Saudi Arabia?

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What You Should Do When in Saudi Arabia

Before we talk about what you should not do in Saudi Arabia, let’s learn about do’s and travel like an experienced tourist. ...

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What You Should Not Do in Saudi Arabia

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Itinerary

One-month Saudi Arabia itinerary - Lost with Purpose travel blog

Psychedelic desert sunsets bathing date palms in gold. Kilometers of turquoise waters lapping at white sands. Culinary scenes infl

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5 thoughts on “Essential Saudi: a one-month Saudi Arabia itinerary”

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Places to visit in Saudi Arabia - 15-day itinerary

If you had been reading my previous articles, you will know that finally, Saudi Arabia started issuing tourist visas in December 2

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Saudi Arabia road trip itineraries

Vivid desert sunrises, perfectly silent. Crumbling abandoned villages made from mud. White sandy beaches all to yourself. These ar

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Costs

How much it costs to travel in Saudi Arabia

As of 2019, Saudi Arabia opened its borders to international tourists from dozens of different countries, in the hopes of attracti

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Cost of sights in Saudi Arabia

Tips for backpacking Saudi Arabia on a budget

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Budget Sightseeing in Saudi Arabia

As mentioned, in order to see the cities, towns and countryside in Saudi Arabia, you will need to drive or get taxis because there

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most budget-friendly food in Saudi Arabia is Shawarma

accommodation in Jeddah considerably less expensive than Riyadh

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Domestic flights –

, as they have the largest number of domestic connections in the country. Actually, the most effective way to travel in Saudi Arab

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Accommodation

Hotels and guesthouses

In my experience, accommodation is often cheaper on Booking.com than if booked directly at the hotel. Hotel owners told me to bo

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Where to stay in Najran

. is one of the most budget friendly options in Najran, sitting right in the “city” center. Al Fakhriah Suites ...

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Where to stay in Hail

Where to stay in Jeddah

Where to stay in Jazan

Where to stay in Fayfa

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Women can book hotels on their own.

Women can be hosted by men. Couchsurfing as a woman in Saudi Arabia IS legal, if not common. Male Couchsurfers can host women. How

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