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You can also find information about transportation from airport to city and city to airport at flights to Jeddah page. Tripuck offers the widest selection of flights to Jeddah.

About Jeddah

The most important commercial, industrial and political center of the Saudi arabia western region, the main port of the Red Sea and the gate for thousands and thousands of pilgrims, Jeddah is the most cosmopolitan city of the kingdom.

The old part of the city - the district of El Balad (founded in the 5th century BC) is one of the most picturesque places in the country. Dozens of carefully restored buildings of all styles are open to tourists, although they belong to various old clans of the city, and none of them, according to local laws, can be destroyed or redone so as not to spoil the unique look of the old quarters. Most of these unique three-and five-storey houses are built from traditional local material - blocks of coral limestone, so they have a very distinctive look and color. The decoration of the old quarter is the carefully restored mansions of Sharbatly and Nasif - the ancestral houses of the two trading families of Jeddah. And at the same time, El-Balad is not a monument quarter - it is surrounded by ultramodern office and shopping complexes on all sides,

The Museum of the Municipality, located opposite the National Commercial Bank, in the heart of the old city, is also built of coral and at the beginning of the 20th century it contained a British diplomatic mission. Now there is a museum (open in the mornings from Saturday to Thursday; admission is free, but permission from the municipality of Jeddah is required) with a large exhibition on the history of the city. The Abdel Rauf Hassan Khalil Museum hosts several dozen art exhibitions of all directions on its territory. And the Jeddah Museum represents a large collection on regional archeology and ethnography. Also interesting is a walled old Christian cemetery, closed in the 1950s, but still maintained in perfect condition. All tourists are shown the so-called "Eve's grave", which is considered here as the real burial place of the mother of humanity.

Jeddah is often called the "city of markets and statues." The first is clear - this is one of the largest shopping centers in the region, in which you can find in abundance both traditional eastern markets, primarily the old El-Alawi, as well as hundreds of ultramodern shops and shopping complexes scattered in abundance throughout the city. But the statues, and there are about four hundred of them here, is not a very common phenomenon for the Islamic world. Moreover, there are both works by the world's best sculptors and local craftsmen, and the giant fountain near the El Salam Palace is considered to be the tallest fountain on the planet - water jets hit to a height of up to 312 meters (the total mass of water that constantly hangs over the fountain is approximately 18.8 tons!), while at night it is visible from a distance of several kilometers).

50 km north of Jeddah, in Obir (Obhur), is a good water resort, and resort complexes Durrat Al-Arus, Crystal Resort, Al Nakheel Village, Sands and Sheraton Abhur are known not only for their high level, but also for their significant contribution to preservation of the flora and fauna of the Red Sea, in the first place - of nearby coral reefs. The Red Sea itself is a paradise for water recreation. Here is one of the largest coral reef systems in the world (about 200 varieties of coral), and they experience much less pressure from the divers than resorts of Egypt lying on the opposite shore of the sea. In Jeddah and the coastal resort towns, all elements of the leisure infrastructure, many retail outlets and hotels are superbly developed.

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Transportation to Jeddah City Center from Airport

King Abdulaziz International Airport

King Abdulaziz International Airport is located 19 km from the city center of Jeddah.

Due to the fact that the city of Jeddah is close to Mecca, it is an airport where pilgrims who come to Hajj frequently use it. Today, the airport, which has a capacity of 30 million passengers, is planned to be raised to 80 million according to the number of increasing pilgrim candidates. There are flights from many parts of the world to the airport, especially from Muslim countries.

There are also Bus, Limousine, Taxi and Tripuck transfer options for transportation from King Abdulaziz International airport to the city center.

Transfer

You can reach the important places of the city from King Abdulaziz International airport by using the Tripuck transfer service. You can choose the region you want to reach from the airport and make a reservation from the Tripuck transfer page.

Bus

The cheapest way to reach the city center is by bus. At the exit of the airport terminal building, you will not only find buses to the city center, but also buses to Mecca and Medina. Please note that the trip time by bus will be long. If you need to be in a hurry, choose other transportation alternatives.

Limousine

We can not say that limos are economical. You can choose because it is comfortable. You may need to make a reservation in advance at the airport to rent a limousine. It can be difficult to find a limousine especially during the peak season of the airport. For the limousines at the airport, fixed prices are applied according to the major regions. There are fare tariffs per km if you go somewhere different.

Rent A Car

By using the Tripuck car rental service, you can reach from King Abdulaziz International airport to the city center and many other surrounding areas. Considering a company with an office at the airport is important for you to easily deliver your car on your return journey. Some car hire companies may charge an extra fee when the car delivery place and delivery place are different.

Car rental companies located at King Abdulaziz International airport; AL WEFAQ, HANCO, AVIS, HERTZ, BUDGET, KEY RENT A CAR, SIXT, TIPOA

Taxi

The most logical solution, especially if you consider other transportation options at Jeddah airport, is a taxi cab. It is fast compared to buses and less expensive compared to Limousines. However, you still have to clarify with your taxi driver how much you will pay for where you are going.

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