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Riyadh Full City Tour

  • 6 hr
  • 139 US dollars
  • Riyadh

Service Description

Immerse yourself in the captivating story of Riyadh, where ancient traditions intertwine with modern marvels. This tour unveils the city's rich tapestry, transporting you from historic forts to bustling souqs, opulent palaces to captivating museums, and finally, to taste local heritage cuisine Itinerary : 📍 Masmak Fort: is in the AlDirah neighborhood of Riyadh, a symbol of the unification of Saudi Arabia. It was the site of a historic battle that turned the tide of the struggle for control in favor of the House of Saud and paved the way for modern-day Saudi Arabia. It is made from clay and mudbrick fort. 📍 Souq AlZal: is one of Riyadh’s oldest traditional markets that carries 100 years of history within its alleyways. As soon as you start your tour in Souk AlZal and hear the sellers’ voices in the auctions, you will feel that you have traveled to the past of the city. The souk is known for its antiques, rare coins, and old utensils. You may also find musical instruments, old record players, and hundreds of interesting items that seem as if they came from a museum of ancient folk traditions.  📍 The Murabba Palace: was established by order of King Abdulaziz, the founder of the Kingdom. You will notice the unique design of the foyer at the center of the palace, surrounded by all the rooms. It was designed according to the prevalent traditional designs at the time, conveying unique architecture to its modern-day visitors. On the way to the Palace, we will visit the King Abdulaziz Foundation for Research and Archives (Darah). It services the history, geography, literature, and heritage of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 📍 4. The National Museum: From the earth to the moon, and from the prehistoric ages to the modern ages, the hallways of the Saudi National Museum will take you on an adventure that transcends time and space. You will witness artistic and historical evidence in the heart of Riyadh in the Al-Murabba neighborhood near King Abdulaziz Palace. The museum spans a distance of 17,000 km2, where it tells the story of 3,700 artifacts such as statues, scripts, and unique sculptures. 📍 Al Bujairi Heritage Park: Diryah, Saudi Arabia: Bujairi Terrace overlooks The UNESCO World Heritage Site of At Turaif as well as the beautiful valley of Wadi Hanifah which is a desert oasis in the heart of the historical Diriyah district in Riyadh. 📍 Najdi village: a restaurant with a heritage character that serves popular Saudi cuisine, especially the Najdi one.

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  • Riyadh Saudi Arabia



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