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Cheap Flights to Bahrain

Nestled centrally in the Persian Gulf, the Kingdom of Bahrain is one of the region’s most interesting countries with its unique blend of heritage and modern attractions. Its eventful place in the region’s history is evident in its large collection of ancient forts dotted around the country, while Bahrain’s progression into a leading modern city is clear to see with its excellent shopping centers, world-class hotels and delectable restaurants.

Experience the Best of Bahrain

One of Bahrain’s most famous annual events is the Bahrain Grand Prix F1 race every April at the Bahrain International Circuit, bringing in thousands from all over the globe. Cultural enthusiasts will be interested in the Al-Fateh Mosque, also known as the Grand Mosque, a beautiful architectural gem in Manama. Bahrain is also popular for its wealth of interesting historical sites including Qalat Al Bahrain fort, a UNSECO World Heritage Site, and all of the ancient artefacts housed in the Bahrain National Museum.

Although much of Bahrain’s allure revolves around its capital, Manama, there is much to do for those wishing to venture further afield. Bird watching in the Hawar Islands is popular with both locals and visitors owing to its thriving collection of avian species, while thrill-seekers can enjoy scuba diving just off the coast and horse riding out in the desert.

Visiting Bahrain

Bahrain experiences sunny weather all year round, but it is especially hot between April and October and temperatures can reach up to 48 Celsius in June and July. Finding cheap flights to Bahrain can be difficult during the Bahrain Grand Prix F1 race each April when flights and hotels tend to be fully booked. Those wishing to experience Bahrain’s cooler climate may want to visit during the milder winter months between November and March each year. The national currency of Bahrain is the Bahraini dinar, one of the highest valued currency units in the world.

Flights to Bahrain

Bahrain only has one international airport, Bahrain International Airport, located in the island city of Muharraq roughly 7km from the capital Manama. The airport is the home of Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, and handles over 8.5 million passengers annually. Gulf Air is the most popular airline at the airport providing routes to destinations all around the world including London, Paris, Dubai and Mumbai, but many more leading carriers such as Emirates, British Airways and Turkish Airlines also provide flights to and from the airport. Staying in Bahrain does require a visa which can either be organized upon arrival or arranged online prior to your flight, although citizens of certain countries including UAE do not require a visa.

 

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