The capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh is a blend of the ancient and modern. The birthplace of the kingdom and a thriving, forward-thinking metropolis, history and heritage come to life in this exciting and ever-evolving city.
Land of the palms
The lush landscapes of Al Ahsa are a world away from Saudi’s sand dunes and desert plains. Nestled between Riyadh and Dammam and stretching into the Rub Al Khali, Al Ahsa is a UNESCO-listed city and home to one of the world’s largest natural oases. Here you’ll find natural desert springs, green farmland and some of the region’s finest dates, interspersed by a string of ancient archaeological sites.
The Eastern influence route
The Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia is a historical, economic and cultural hub. Visitors can gain first-hand experience of this progressive and ever-changing region, starting with its anchor city Dammam, home to cultural landmarks and the source of the kingdom’s oil and gas story.
Journey to the seaside jewel
There is no place like Jeddah. With its own charm, pace, customs and the famous corniche, this city by the sea has been welcoming people to its shores for centuries. Today it is a bustling and multicultural hub, where diversity extends to every corner of the city. With thriving arts and culture, a burgeoning food scene and spectacular architecture, you’ll find your adventure in Jeddah.
Taif’s natural bounty reveals itself through its blooming fields of fruits and flowers, mist-topped mountains, green valleys and bustling souqs that date back hundreds of years. Here in the City of Roses, you can experience a rarely-seen side of Saudi, amid the mountains and greenery.