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Al Madinah: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

1. Al Madinah: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

Explore Al Madinah with this 24-hour hop-on hop-off tour ticket. Your tour will includes 2 routes with 11 stops in total, allowing tourists to discover the city’s biggest and best attractions. Hop-on to the Green Route at the Almasged Alnabwi where immediately and enjoy some of the city’s best architecture as you admire the stunning architecture of the Prophet's Mosque from the top of an iconic tour bus. Head to Al Baquee Cemetery which is a significant cemetery in Al Madinah as the Islamic Prophet Muhammed has many relatives and companions buried here. Another worthy attraction to visit along the route will be Quran Museum which displays many exhibits exploring Islamic history. Continue the adventure and hop-on at the Red Route, where tourists can explore more historic locations including the Uhod Battlefield and the Trench Battlefield – both well-known for hosting two of the Muslim Army’s largest wars. If you’d like to escape the history of Al Madinah for a while, then hop-off at the Al-Noor Mall and enjoy a spot of shopping before you hop back on and continue exploring. As you travel to the different sights in Al Madinah, enjoy recorded audio commentary available in 12 languages. Find below a list of the tour stops along the route:  Green Route: 1. Al Masjid an Nabawi 2. Al Baqi’ 3. Al Manakha Square 4. Al Salam Gate Red Route: 5. Uhud Battlefield 6. Al Noor Mall 7. Abu Bakr Al Saddiq Road 8. Al Qiblatain Mosque 9. The Trench Battlefield 10. Quba Mosque 11. Hejaz Railway Museum 12. Quba Square

Mecca: Full Day Tour with Lunch

2. Mecca: Full Day Tour with Lunch

Discover the holy city of Mecca on a guided day trip from Jeddah. Visit the Exhibition Of The Two Holy Mosques Architecture, see the Masjid e Aisha, a renowned destination for pilgrims performing the rituals of Umrah and Hajj, marvel at the Al Fateh Mosque, and much more. Begin your journey in the morning from Jeddah to Mecca. Mecca is in a desert valley in western Saudi Arabia, Islam’s holiest city; it’s the birthplace of the prophet Muhammad and the faith itself. Only Muslims are allowed in the city with millions arriving for the annual Hajj (pilgrimage). Dating from the 7th century, the central Masjid al-Haram (Sacred Mosque) is surrounded by the Kaaba, the cloth-covered cubic structure that’s Islam’s most sacred shrine. We will drive first to the Two Holy Mosques Architecture Exhibition. Next, head to King Abdulaziz Complex for Holy Kaaba Kiswah. Then visit the Masjid Aisha, also known as Masjid at-Tan’eem. Enjoy lunch in the city before continuing to Wadi Fatimah, also known as Mur Al Dhahran Vally. See the Al Fateh Mosque located In Al Jumum village. Our trip will end with the visit to the Grave of Maymuna bint al-Harith the wife of the prophet. After that, will drive back to Jeddah.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 16 reviews

The bus is a great way to see all of the sights around Medina. The details don't detail this clearly but the 1st meeting point is at the clocktower by the mosque. The only negative was having to wait for up to an hour at one stop even though it states they run every 30 minutes from every stop.

I recommend surtt if you come alone easy to access to find right in front of an nabawi a big one because you can't miss it lol the people are nice and there are some half hours and on time Al Hamdoulilah …. .

It was excellent. The stops were near the madina mosque outside the the gates.very close.a taxi drivers era dropped us off on one of our stops. It was amazing.my children all loved it

The only issue I had was that the bus was never on time. At times I had to wait close to an hour. However, the locations on the route were phenomenal.

Clean frequent busses, friendly drivers, audio guide is interesting