Kuwait City Flights GuideKuwait City is the capital of Kuwait sitting in the Arabian Gulf. The Kuwait Towers sit on the Arabian Gulf Road while the Liberation Tower is the second largest tower in Kuwait. Head to Al Kout Beach to relax while viewing the beautiful coastline before seeing the old ships at Dhow Harbour. The Grand Mosque is the largest mosque in Kuwait and Failaka Island is only 20 kms away.
Kuwait International Airport has flights leading to popular destinations including Paris, Frankfurt, Geneva and Rome. If you hold a valid Saudi visa, you can head into the country by bus from Kuwait while ferries are regularly scheduled to Iran from Kuwait City.
Kuwait City has a hot desert climate and holds one of the hottest summers in the world. Expect summer temperatures to soar to 46 degrees celsius while winters bring a relieving average of 10 degrees. Avoiding the extremely hot summers is best when planning a visit to Kuwait City. You can expect soaring temperatures during the months of April through September while things cool down from November through April. Winter brings pleasant temperatures and is also a better time to visit to avoid dehydration, sunburn, sunstroke and sandstorms that are common during the summer months
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