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Riyadh Flights Guide

Riyadh, Saudi ArabiaRiyadh is the large and ambitious capital city of Saudi Arabia. It combines fiercely guarded traditions with an ultra modern outlook. Religion is an important aspect of life for many in the city, and all locals adhere to the dress codes. It is known for being one of the strictest places in the country with a very harsh climate. It sees many business visitors.

The most common way of entering Riadh is by plane. King Khaled Airport serves a variety of international and domestic destinations. Train and bus services run to Dammam, and buses are also available, although long, to Mecca and Jeddah.

Cars very much rule the roads in Riyadh, and public transportation systems are practically non-existant. Most people visiting the city use taxis or rental vehicles that come with a driver. Brave travellers can attempt to drive themselves, although you must remember that it is illegal for women to drive in Saudi Arabia.

Masmak Fortress was the core of old Riyadh. Although it has been greatly renovated, it is a very historical building. Another main place to visit is Murraba Palace. The Great Mosque is an impressive sight from outside. The city's most spectacular moden building is the Kingdom Centre. You can ride to the Skybridge on the 99th floor for amazing city views. The National Museum is interesting.

There are several golf courses around the city, ideal for men who want to relax whilst their wives head to the dazzling and modern vast shopping malls. For a traditional shopping experience, head to the bustling and sometimes chaotic Souq al-Thumairi.

Avoid As Sufaat on Friday mornings – although it does not happen every week, this is when condemned people are publically beheaded.

The city has a strong dining scene, and you will certainly never go hungry in Riyadh. Alcohol is banned in the Kingdom, as are cinemas and nightclubs, so night life is very much non-existant.

Browse our Riyadh Holidays or the Riyadh Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Saudi Arabia Holidays guide.