A trip to Riyadh

A trip to Riyadh


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The capital city of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, shines like a radiant jewel, blending modernity with rich heritage.
It is a modern and advanced city that confidently strides towards the future while proudly showcasing its historical traditions.
It is no wonder that Riyadh is renowned as the "Queen of the Desert," with its beautiful landscapes, lush green oases, ancient artifacts, and famous Arabian hospitality extended to its residents.

duration of stay

9 days

Boulevard Riyadh City

The Boulevard Riyadh City is one of the most prominent and largest attractions of the Riyadh season, and it will become a permanent entertainment center in the capital. The areas include restaurants, cafes, parks, international game centers, festivals and stores that cater to all age groups, in addition to a golf course, 12 tennis courts, a multi-use global arena, an ice rink, a children's area with 500 electronic games, and more than 20,000 parking spaces.

Edge of the World

The Edge of the World (its real name is Jabal Fahren) has within a few years become one of the most popular destinations around Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
It has been given this nickname because of its main attraction which is the stunning views from the top of the 300-meter-high cliffs overlooking the ocean plain.
This cliff is part of the much longer Tuwaiq Mountains, which is one of the most prominent natural features of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, extending over a distance of more than 1,000 kilometers from Najran Governorate in the south to Qassim in the north;
It also played an important role in the history of the Arabian Peninsula, as it was one of the ancient caravan trade routes that crossed the Arabian Peninsula from Yemen to the Levant and Persia.


Shaqra is one of the important sites in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, as it was an important commercial center and an impenetrable fortress throughout its long history. in order to visit it.

Tuwaiq Palace

Tuwaiq Palace is one of the most prominent landmarks in the city of Riyadh, which attracts large numbers of people, as it is one of the most important diplomatic buildings and holds a high value at the national and political levels.
Most of the time, a visit to the palace begins with a tour of its garden with green trees and colorful roses, contemplating the beauty of the design of the exterior building, and then a tour of the palace's interior corridors.

Al Turaif District

Al-Turaif neighborhood is located in the village of Al-Diriyah, adjacent to the city of Riyadh.
All the buildings in this village were built of mud in the Najdi style.
This city had a huge political and religious influence in the past, as the rule of the Al Saud family began in it, and in it the Salafi reform movement began.
Visitors wishing to get away from the hustle and bustle of Riyadh come to the neighborhood to enjoy the simple architectural beauty of this wonderful neighborhood.
Salwa Palace is considered the most famous building in the neighborhood, as it was from it that political affairs were managed during the era of the first Saudi state.

Heet Cave

Hit Cave is very popular and a special place among both residents and visitors of the area, thanks to its beautiful limestone formations dating back thousands of years and its underground lake located in its internal pits that are 150 meters long and more than 30 meters deep, making it a Cold aquifer and a lively tourist destination.

Al Masmak Fortress

The story of building Al-Masmak goes back to the era of Imam Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Saud, who started building it in 1282 AH corresponding to 1865 AD within a large palace in the heart of Riyadh.
This fort was part of that palace.
Al-Masmak or Al-Masmak means the thick and high fortified building, where historians have called it several names, including the fortress, the castle, and Al-Masmak or Al-Masmak, but the last name is the common one.
In its construction, mud and mud mixed with straw were used.
The foundation was built of stones, its outer walls were covered with clay.
The roof was used to cover wood from trunks of tamarisk trees, leaves and palm fronds covered with a layer of mud.
The museum contains pictures, maps, models, display cabinets, some ancient weapons and some pieces Folk heritage and the audio-visual exhibition hall.​
The halls of the Musmak Museum: - the main courtyard - Riyadh in its recovery time - the storming of Masmak - the pioneers - historic Riyadh - the fortress of Masmak - the uses of Masmak - the last hall, sections of Masmak - the gate - the mosque - the majlis - the well - the towers​ ​.


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