Riyadh is the capital and the largest and the most populous city of Saudi Arabia with a population of 7 million and more. Riyadh is also a commercial and an industrial center. There are a lot of museums and places of historical interest in Riyadh. Masmak Fort is clay and a mud fort built by the prince of Riyadh Abdulrahman ibn Sulaiman ibn Dabaan around 1865. Murabba Palace is another clay and mud fort on stone foundation built by King Abdulaziz. The national museum is one of the major tourist destinations in Riyadh. It has a mini theatre and shows on the life of Prophet Mohammed which are shown here keeping in mind all the minute details. The famous exhibition here is a kiswah cloth that once covered the Qaaba in Mecca. As-Sufaat is a mosque over here where executions are held. Kingdom Centre is undeniably the most spectacular example of modern architecture. It was voted as the "Skyscraper of the Year” in 2002, the view of the skyscraper is just plain awesome at night. The Souq al-Thumairi traditional market is a for sure visit if you want some collectibles and antiques. The items found here are Arabic goods inexpensive and expensive, authentic and fake, with carpets, coffee pots, daggers, jewellery etc. The spicy Muglia food available is enough to satiate your taste buds for a month! A lot of well built shopping malls are also found in Riyadh like the Al Faisaliah, Al Mamlaka, Sahara Mall, and Localizer Mall. Being the capital of Saudi Arabia it is well- connected to all major cities of the world. Flight tickets can be easily booked from our website.