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Freshly Arrived Offers for Jeddah
Airport Booking Season Airline From
Heathrow Dec, 11 2014 - Dec, 24 2014

Middle East Airlines

£ 342
Gatwick Dec, 25 2014 - May, 05 2015

Turkish Airlines

£ 435
Manchester Jan, 05 2015 - Jun, 30 2015


£ 457
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - Mar, 26 2015

Saudi Arabian Airlines

£ 468
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - Mar, 26 2015

Egypt Air

£ 473
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - Mar, 19 2015

British Airways

£ 504
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - Jul, 11 2015

Gulf Air

£ 505
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - Mar, 31 2015


£ 544
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Travel Guide for Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Jeddah (also spelled Jiddah) is located on the Red Sea in western Saudi Arabia. It is the second largest city, with a population of approximately 3,400,000, and the major commercial center of the country.

Jeddah has been a port and trading city for centuries, which is reflected in its cosmopolitan mix of inhabitants. Today, it is the major commercial center of Saudi Arabia. It also has many government offices. Jeddah is known in the kingdom for its shopping districts, restaurants and cafes. It also hosts the Jeddah Corniche (waterfront area), which is the largest in the kingdom in the Kingdom with a great bunch of hotels, beaches and resorts clustered around it.

It is also the main entry point, either by air or sea, for pilgrims making the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina, the two sacred cities of Islam. Both are a few hours inland from Jeddah.

Jeddah is a huge city that sprawls along the coast of the Red Sea, connected together by the Corniche, a seaside avenue full of bizarre sculptures and nearly 30 km long. The old city or al-Balad, on the southern side of modern Jeddah, is a crumbling but fascinating warren of multi-story houses made from coral. The main thoroughfare Medina Road starts from the northern side of al-Balad and runs all the way to the city.

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