The tourism sector in Saudi Arabia is one of the emerging sectors with growing interest in it year after year.
In addition to being intended by millions of Muslims from all parts of the earth to visit the holy sites for the pilgrimage and umrah, many tourism monuments are spread throughout Saudi Arabia.
Travel to Saudi Arabia does not require a visa for citizens of all GCC countries. For citizens of other countries, they need to obtain a Saudi visa.
It is the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its largest city. It is one of the most expanding and growing cities in Saudi Arabia, characterized by its golden sands, commercial and financial centres, showing the urban development of its father. The city has many restaurants that offer the most delicious cuisine in addition to embracing many tourist and entertainment places.
The Riyadh Gallery Mall is one of the largest shopping malls in Riyadh and was founded in 2006 and consists of 3 floors. The complex comprises many international brand stores, restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues as well as Panda hypermarket.
A feature of the city is the Museum of Antiquities in Riyadh, one of the most important museums of Riyadh founded by King Saud University in 1967, which is located at the heart of the Faculty of Antiquities. The museum highlights the cultural and historical appearance of the university’s excavations.
The city of Jeddah is one of the most beautiful cities in Saudi Arabia and is dubbed the Red Sea bride in Saudi Arabia. It is the economic and tourist capital of the Kingdom and owns the largest sea port on the Red Sea. The city is known for its towers, many skyscrapers and boasts many historic and modern tourist places.
Dammam is one of Saudi Arabia’s most beautiful cities and is the main port on the sea in the Eastern Province, overlooking the Arabian Gulf on three sides and enjoying its moderate climate throughout the year.
Dammam enjoys charming beaches and features distinctive markets including luxury complexes and popular markets as well as parks, entertainment venues and various tourist places.
Medina is the second most important religious center for Muslims worldwide, after the Kaaba Musharraf and the Mecca Mosque.
Many tourism attractions are held in Saudi Arabia, especially religious ones associated with the Islamic faith and attracting visitors from around the world.
Taif is one of Saudi Arabia’s most important tourism destinations and is renowned for its moderate climate, nature and green parks. It is regarded as a destination that attracts visitors from neighbouring cities and neighbouring countries as well.
Umluj City is located on the coasts of the Red Sea between the cities of Jahr and Yanbu, and is one of the important tourist destinations in Saudi Arabia. The city’s economy has rebounded in the current days and its business and economic activity has increased visibly after the opening of a sea route with Egypt.
Yanbu City is one of the most important tourism cities in Saudi Arabia, stemming from important tourist attractions. Yanbu tourism features archaeological places, sandy golden beaches and corniches spread along Yanbu beaches.
Al-Ula is one of the oldest cities on Earth with great natural monuments and heritage, dating back to 200 thousand years BC.
One of the most popular tourist and historical destinations in Saudi Arabia and the world at large, it is an open museum full of landmarks that attracts lovers of authenticity and ethnicity, as well as explorers of civilizations, and has many high-level tourist resorts, as well as a range of famous restaurants.