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Bahrain which means “Two Seas” is an island country comprises 33 small archipelagos. Centered around Bahrain Island situated between the Qatar Peninsula and the north eastern coast of Saudi Arabia. It is the third smallest country on the planet earth after Maldives and Singapore. Home to the richest history of the Dilmun Civilization it is now home to over 50% expatriates from all over the world which makes it a melting pot of a rich cultural heritage. Its growing art and food scenes with friendly and welcoming people along a wealth of recreational activities make it a hot spot tourist destination to enjoy fun-filled holidays. So fly to Bahrain a multicultural country with a rich ancient history that surely allures you.
To make your holiday trip the most memorable one you just can’t afford to miss some of these beautiful attractions. Visit the most dramatic and inspiring attraction the Bahrain World Trade Center, Manama. With a height of 787 ft. above the ground level, the twin trade center is connected by a sky bridge is among the best architectural designs. Visit the 7th century Al-Khamis Mosque which is one of the most captivating historical mosques in Bahrain which is a residential area with a large number of shops. Do visit Manama which at first glance seems to be not a very exciting place to visit but if you explore it then surely found an exciting Arabic city with a rich culture and history. Its shimmering buildings, throbbing souks and Bahrain National Museum to learn the Portuguese and Persian past of the city are worth exploring.
Do visit Riffa which is located in the heart of Bahrain which represents a beautiful amalgamation of old and new amalgamation of scenic sights such as Riffa Fort, Authentic Arabic Bazaars along with most famous golf courses in the Middle East which are worth visit. You surely enjoy a visit to Muharraq dated back to Dilmun civilization and was used to be the capital of Bahrain is now the entry and exit point of the country and is home to Bahrain International Airport. Do visit the Al Fateh Mosque which is one of the largest mosques in the country which was built in 1988 offers a fascinating view at night due to its largest fibre glass made dome.
Deserted by the desert climate, the country has mainly two seasons. The summers which roughly ranges from May to October and winters which ranges from November to April. The best time to visit Bahrain is from December to March when the conditions are pleasant with a slight breeze and occasional showers. During this period you can enjoy the maximum with great indoor as well as outdoor activities. Those who are a fan of Formula-1 they should book their flights to Bahrain during March and April.
If you are planning a holiday trip to Bahrain then there are lots of airlines offer cheap and best flights. The prominent among them are Atlasglobal, Gulf Air, British Airways, Pegasus, Etihad Airlines, Oman Air, Turkish Airlines, KLM and Emirates. Gulf Air, British Airways and Emirates are the frequent flyers on this route. The cheapest day to fly from London to Bahrain is Tuesday while the most expensive day is on Friday. There are21 direct flights from London to United Kingdom and Gulf Air provide the 66% of the nonstop flights between London, United Kingdom to Bahrain.
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