Baghdad Flights GuideBaghdad is the capital of Iraq and its position near the Persian Gulf and on the River Tigris equips it with gorgeous waterscape views left and right. Visit the National Museum of Iraq and the Baghdadi Museum to learn more about the history and the culture of the region. The Al-Shaheed Monument is quite famous for its architecture, and a big tourist attraction - as is the Al-Jawadain Holy Shrine. A fun activity for the family is the Baghdad Zoo.
Istanbul is a three hour flight, and a flight to Jordan is only one hour and a half. Baghdad can get nearly smoking hot in July and August - miserably so! And, in the coldest month of January, temperatures go below zero. Make sure you miss these extreme periods by visiting in March, April, or September.
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