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Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, is a metropolis that seamlessly blends modernity with rich cultural heritage. Positioned in the heart of the Arabian Peninsula, Riyadh offers a unique glimpse into the kingdom's history and traditions. The city's skyline is dominated by towering skyscrapers, reflecting its rapid development and economic growth. Visitors can explore the bustling souks, where the aroma of spices fills the air, or immerse themselves in the local cuisine, known for its bold flavours and aromatic spices. Riyadh also boasts a thriving arts and entertainment scene, with numerous galleries, museums, and theatres showcasing the country's artistic talent. Whether strolling through the lush parks or experiencing the warmth of Saudi hospitality, Riyadh promises an unforgettable journey into the heart of Saudi Arabian culture.

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Airports near Riyadh

Planning a trip to Riyadh? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Riyadh.

King Khalid International Airport

Located in Riyadh, this is the main international airport serving the city. It is well-connected to various destinations worldwide and offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.


King Fahd International Airport

Situated in Dammam, which is approximately a 3-hour drive from Riyadh, this airport is another option for travellers. It is the largest airport in terms of area in the world and offers both domestic and international flights.


Bahrain International Airport

Although not within driving distance, Bahrain International Airport is a popular choice for travellers heading to Riyadh. It is located in Manama, Bahrain, and is approximately a 4-hour drive or a short connecting flight away from Riyadh.


Dubai International Airport

While not in close proximity, Dubai International Airport is a major hub in the region and offers numerous flights to Riyadh. travellers can either drive for around 8 hours or take a connecting flight from Dubai to Riyadh.

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Things to do in Riyadh

Discovering the many attractions of Riyadh can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

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Kingdom Centre Tower

The Kingdom Centre Tower in Riyadh is a 302m tall skyscraper with a sky bridge on the 99th floor, providing stunning city views. It has a shopping mall, Four Seasons Hotel, and international dining options, showcasing Riyadh's modern opulence and architectural brilliance.

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Al Masmak Fortress

Al Masmak Fortress: 19th-century fort symbolizing Saudi Arabia's roots. Preserved as a museum, visitors can explore thick walls, watchtowers, and learn about the Kingdom's history. See traditional costumes, handicrafts, and photos, offering a glimpse into the region's rich heritage.

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King Abdulaziz Historical Center

Discover Saudi Arabia's rich history and culture at this cultural complex. Explore the National Museum's eight galleries showcasing Arabian history, culture, and art. Set amidst stunning gardens, the complex also houses the iconic Murabba Palace, built by King Abdulaziz. Immerse yourself in the country's past and its journey towards modernisation.

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