Saudi Arabia Flights Guide

Known as the birthplace of Islam, Saudi Arabia is a desert country that enjoys coastlines on the Red Sea and Persian (Arabian) Gulf. The two most sacred mosques in the world, Masjid al-Haram and Masjid an-Nabawi, can be found here. The country's extremely rich historical relevance makes its buzzing, metropolitan capital, Riyadh, a striking complement. The city boasts the third-tallest skyscraper in the country, called the Kingdom Centre. A 99-story, 100+ meter high tower, this spectacular feat of human engineering offers sweeping, panoramic views of the country.

Saudi Arabia is a desert climate, experiencing extreme heat during the day followed by a significant drop in temperature at night. The best time to visit the country depends where you're going and what you want to do--for most of the country, March or November will yield a pleasant climate, but for the northern parts, April or October are better. For travelers specifically wanting a beach vacation along the Persian Gulf, November is when you want to touch down in King Fahd International. Travelers to Riyadh will want to arrive in King Khalid International.
Popular Routes to Saudi Arabia

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