Middle East & Africa

Things To Do & Attractions in Middle East & Africa

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Ain Diab Corniche

With its scenic promenade bordering the western seafront of Casablanca and a cluster of stylish hotels and beach resorts, the Ain Diab Corniche is one of the ...  Read more

Ait Benhaddou

4 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

Home to some of Morocco’s best preserved Kasbahs, the UNESCO-World Heritage listed city of Aït Benhaddou once occupied a prominent position on the ...  Read more

Ajloun Castle

Built atop the ruins of a monastery between 1184 and 1188, Ajloun Castle (Qala’At Ar-Rabad in Arabic) sits on Jabal Auf hill overlooking the countryside in ...  Read more

Alabaster Mosque (Mohammad Ali Mosque)

4 star rating: Recommended 26 Reviews

The citadel of Saladin - and indeed, the Cairo skyline - is dominated by the Alabaster Mosque, or Mosque of Mohammed Ali. Modelled along classic Turkish ...  Read more

Al Ain

4.5 star rating: Recommended 20 Reviews

Located about a two-hour drive from both Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UNESCO-listed Al Ain ranks among the world’s oldest continually inhabited settlements and one of ...  Read more

Al Ain National Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

Situated on the edge of Al Ain Oasis in the same complex as the Sultan Bin Zayed Fort (Eastern Fort), the Al Ain National Museum serves to showcase the unique ...  Read more

Al Ain Oasis

In the heart of Al Ain, a garden-filled city located 100 miles (160 kilometers) east of Abu Dhabi, you’ll find the Al Ain Oasis. The largest green space in the ...  Read more

Al Ain Zoo

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Al Ain Zoo is a popular stop for travelers and families who want to learn more about local wildlife and national conservation efforts. The exhibits of this ...  Read more

Al Alam Palace (Sultan's Palace)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

With its funnel-like gold and blue pillars and lone flagpole extending like an antenna from its flat roof, Al Alam Palace (Sultan's Palace) is one of Oman’s ...  Read more

Al Aqsa Mosque

Within Old Jerusalem’s al-Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, lies the third holiest site in Islam, after Mecca and Medina. The Al Aqsa Mosque, which ...  Read more

Al-Attarine Madrasa

Located at the entrance to Fez’s sprawling spice and perfume market, the exquisite Al-Attarine Madrasa (the ‘Madrasa of the Perfumers’) paints a striking ...  Read more

Al-Azhar Mosque

Among the countless minarets punctuating the Cairo skyline, four of the most impressive belong to one of the city’s standout mosques, Al-Azhar. This mosque, ...  Read more

Al Bithnah Fort

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 14 Reviews

Al Bithnah Fort, located in the village of Al Bithnah 8 miles (13 kilometers) west of Fujairah City, was built in 1735 in response to Wahhabi invasions and to ...  Read more

Alexandria

4 star rating: Recommended 71 Reviews

Egypt's second-largest city, Alexandria, occupies 20 miles of the coast along the Mediterranean Sea. It's an understandably enormous and thriving port, but ...  Read more

Alexandria National Museum

With three floors of exhibitions and around 1,800 artifacts on display, the Alexandria National Museum offers a fascinating introduction to the city’s rich ...  Read more

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