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Aleppo, Syria's second-largest city, has a remarkable history dating back millennia. Its strategic location at the crossroads of trade routes made it a major commercial centre. Today, visitors can explore the ancient Citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offering a look into Aleppo's past.

While the city sadly suffered during the Syrian conflict, restoration efforts are underway. The once-buzzing marketplace, a maze-like network of souks, is gradually reopening, showcasing traditional crafts and local delicacies. Aleppo remains a centre for culture, with lively music and art scenes. Whether you're interested in history or experiencing the resilience of a city rebuilding, Aleppo offers unique insight into Syrian life.

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Airports near Aleppo

Reach Aleppo your way. You can easily travel to Aleppo using any of these 4 airports.

Damascus International Airport

Located approximately 350 kilometres south of Aleppo, Damascus International Airport is the closest international airport to Aleppo. It is a major hub for both domestic and international flights, offering connections to various destinations worldwide.


Adana Şakirpaşa Airport

Situated in Adana, Turkey, Adana Şakirpaşa Airport is around 250 kilometres northwest of Aleppo. It serves as a regional airport with regular domestic and international flights. From Adana, you can easily drive to Aleppo or take a connecting flight to a more local airport.


Gaziantep Oğuzeli Airport

Located approximately 200 kilometres west of Aleppo, Gaziantep Oğuzeli Airport is another regional airport in Turkey. It offers domestic and limited international flights, making it a convenient option for travellers heading to Aleppo.


Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport

Although a bit farther away, Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport in Lebanon is approximately 350 kilometres southwest of Aleppo. It is a major international airport with numerous flight connections. From Beirut, you can either drive to Aleppo or take a connecting flight to a more local airport.

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Things to do in Aleppo

With a wealth of sights to see in Aleppo, here are our top 3:

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Aleppo Citadel

Towering over the city, the Aleppo Citadel is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important ancient fortresses in the Middle East. This enormous structure dates back to the 3rd millennium BC and has been continuously occupied throughout history by different civilisations. Visitors can explore the citadel's many chambers, towers, and mosques, all offering stunning views of Aleppo.

Khan al-Qadi

Aleppo's historic covered souks, or marketplaces, were once bustling centres of trade. While some were damaged during the civil war, Khan al-Qadi remains a prominent example. This 17th-century caravanserai features a beautiful central courtyard surrounded by shops selling everything from spices and textiles to handicrafts and souvenirs.

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Aleppo National Museum

Though Aleppo's museums have seen better days, the Aleppo National Museum is still worth a visit. It houses a collection of artefacts spanning millennia, from prehistoric times to the Islamic era. Highlights include statues from the Hellenistic period, mosaics from Roman villas, and Islamic metalwork.