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Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, October 16, 2020

 AlUla Heritage Sites to Re-Open for Tourists, Visitors from 31st October, 2020


AlUla, an open air museum and historical and cultural site in the northwest of Saudi Arabia will officially reopen and welcome visitors and tourists from 31st October 2020 confirmed the Royal Commission of AlUla (RCU).



Al Ula is a place of extraordinary natural and human heritage, The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hegra, the ancient kingdom of Dadan and the whispering canyos of Jabal Ikmah will be the first sites to re-open for public, after closed off to visitor for over 2 years.

- The Royal Commission of AlUla said that residents of AlUla will have the chance to access the sites from 30th Oct for free on a first come first served basis for the entire opening weekend. Trending : New rules for Dubai visitors from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan

- Visitors can sign up at experiencealula.com to find out the bookings available at heritage sites and when other experiences are live.

- Visitors will enjoy significant airport enhancements, new comfortable transport options around town and the heritage sites and information provision at 2 new visitor centers. Recommend : Penalty for exceeding number of passengers in a vehicle

- AlUla's quality assurance program to ensure the visitor receive a warm and profession welcome. All the safety measures for the Covid-19 pandemic have been put in place as per the protocols issued by the Ministry of Health, including safe travels guidelines by World Travel and Tourism Council.

- The measures include mandatory pre-booking of tickets, temperature checks at the airport, social distancing and limiting visitors at the heritage sites including sanitization and mandatory mask wearing. See Also : NCB & Samba banks signs a deal to merge as Arab World's 3rd biggest lender

- Flights are available with Saudi Airlines to AlUla from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam. By driving you can reach AlUla from Riyadh in 10 hours, from Jeddah 7 hours and just 3 hours from Madina and Tabuk airport and 2.5 hours to the Red Sea which visitors can add on their trip.

AlUla heritage sites are ready to Welcome Tourists, Visitors from 31st October - Saudi-Expatriates.com

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