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Full Day Private Tour: Pearl of Bahrain
"Be picked up from your hotel lobby by your English speaking guide at 09.00am. Visit Al Fateh Grand Mosque. This is the first mosque in the region to open to tourists and is the largest mosque on the island which can accommodate 7000 worshippers. With its exquisite Bahraini architecture crowned by the world’s largest fiberglass dome and blessed with tranquillity reserved for the holiest of holy places it is important to dress modestly and remove footwear before entering. Women should cover their head. On to visit Bahrain National Museum. This houses a wonderful collection of exhibits from contemporary Bahraini paintings sculptures and ceramics
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Full Day Private Tour: Treasures of Bahrain
"Be picked up from your hotel lobby by your English speaking guide at 09.00am. The first stop is at Al Fateh Grand Mosque. This is the first mosque in the region to open to tourists and is the largest mosque on the island which can accommodate 7000 worshippers. With its exquisite Bahraini architecture crowned by the world’s largest fiberglass dome and blessed with tranquillity reserved for the holiest of holy places it is important to dress modestly and remove footwear before entering. Women should cover their head.The second stop is the Bahrain National Museum. This houses a wonderful collection of exhibits from contemporary Bahraini paintings sculptures and ceramics
From $420.00
 
Full Day Private Tour: Treasures of Bahrain
"Be picked up from your hotel lobby by your English speaking guide at 09.00am. The first stop is at Al Fateh Grand Mosque. This is the first mosque in the region to open to tourists and is the largest mosque on the island which can accommodate 7000 worshippers. With its exquisite Bahraini architecture crowned by the world’s largest fiberglass dome and blessed with tranquillity reserved for the holiest of holy places it is important to dress modestly and remove footwear before entering. Women should cover their head.The second stop is the Bahrain National Museum. This houses a wonderful collection of exhibits from contemporary Bahraini paintings sculptures and ceramics
From $420.00

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Taxis

It is strictly forbidden to walk from your cruiseship through the port-area of Manama ! So taking a taxi is an option when you did not book a tour onboard of your cruiseship. Some of our passengers...
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Bahrain - Saudi Causeway

I see the posts & replies for travelling from Dammam to Bahrain. What about the opposite direction? I am arriving at Manama Airport on Thursday 4:30 afternoon and want to catch a local Saudi flight...
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aeroplanes

Bahrain was the Persian Gulf's first international airport, with regular service to London beginning in 1932. Today Bahrain handles over 8 million passengers per year, mostly to destinations in the...
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rent a car

When you plan to rent a car in Oman you will be glad to learn that the road-conditions are almost perfect: The streets in the new part of town are mostly quite wide with various tracks in each...
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take a walk in the souk of Al Muharraq

Take a walk though the old, traditional Souk of Al Muharraq and through the old part of that town ! Walking through there as a tourist is absolutely no problem, most people are very friendly towards...
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Book a bustour on your cruiseship

I took a fullday - bustour, that was organized by our cruiseship to Fort Arad, the Souk of Al Muharraq and the National Museum of Manama, the capital of Bahrein !This bus had just seats for 21...
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By Cruise to Bahrain

I got to Bahrain on a cruise by the german cruiseship AIDA Stella: Manama / Bahrein is not on the regular schedule of many cruiseships, one of the reasons for this is maybe the fact that some...
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Causeway Driving

There is no bus line service across the causeway. There are mini busses chartered by the airlines. Your airline may be able to set you up with that. Another route is to take a Saudi taxi to the border...
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Bahrain Airport

The Bahrain Airport is a fairly nice and easy-to-navigate airport. It isn't too big, so you wouldn't need to scramble to the gates. There is a good selection of food outlets, cafes and duty-free...
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Bus

Bus was a pretty good way to get around. It doesn't take you to all places but it's good enough. For example, we took Bus No.3 near the hostel to the center of Manama and from there we could catch Bus...
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To and from Airport and City

From Airport to City:If you want to save $$ by not taking taxi, which may cost BHD 5-7, you can catch minibus for only 150 fil or 0.15 BHD. If you ask anyone at the airport, they may not know about...
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General tips on Living in Bahrain - Transportation

For transportation, there are several public bus routes (0.2 BD per trip), though it's quite rare.Taxis (metered/unmetered/shared) are everywhere, it costs up to 2 BD for in-the-city trip.Renting a...
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classic example of parking on a traffic light

patience is essential when driving in bahrain. parking across junctions is an everyday occurance - this example is by the multistory car park.
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Camels are a very god way of...

Camels are a very god way of transport, ehehhe. OR....if youre into more advanced things take a bus,car :)
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Manama

Al Manamah
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Jazirat Hawar

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Bahrain Island

Ar Rifa` wa al Mintaqah al Janubiyah
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Sanad

Al Mintaqah al Wusta
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Top Things to Do in Bahrain

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National Museum

Bahrain is an island and still the first exhibits of local history are dating back to the time of 1600 B.C. and already at that time there were trading connections with Mesopotamia. You will see some...
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Souq

We came to the Souk of Al Muharraq on December 16th - that is the National Holiday of Bahrain - and where quite surprised that on such a holiday the shops would still be opened. Our tourguide told us...
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Mosques

This is the biggest Mosque of Manama , the impressive Al-Fateh Mosque, beeing able to accomodate about 7000 people. It is a pity we just passed by it on our way back to the ship, so I have to go...
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Arad Fort

Take the steps from the innercourt of Fort Arád in order to get up to the upper floor that was also used by the defenders of this prehistoric castle. To step up there is certainly no good idea for...
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Tree of Life

Imagine a big green tree in the middle of a barren desert, you can see it with your own eyes if you visit Bahrain. The tree is said to be 400 to 500 years old. Its long roots probably have found some...
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Fort

Bahrain Fort (Qala'at al-Bahrain) has a history dating back to 16th century. It was built by Portuguese who were using the trade routes around this region. The architecture is quite impressive, but...
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"Al Bahrain - the 2 oceans"
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"Bahrain, the two waters"
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"Bahrain.. An Easy Get Away From Saudi Arabia"
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"Middle East's little Island of Paradise"
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"Bahrain - The Two Seas"
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