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About Islamabad

Islamabad is serving as the capital city of Pakistan since 1960s. This beautiful place is worth visiting where you can see rare species of animals and birds; it has adventures such as hiking and picnic spot, which from where you can view the entire city. Getting cheap flights to Islamabad is not a big deal now. You can plan you visit 30days in advance and get the best price on your tickets to Islamabad. Make sure you have your itinerary planned.

Islamabad Airport

Islamabad is a cosmopolitan city compared to other cities in Pakistan. The city is spacious with lush green gardens and surroundings accompanying the city. Then Islamabad International Airport and now Benazir Bhutto International Airport serves Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The airport is located in the outskirts of Islamabad however; it has welcomed lot of delegates, high-level government officials, and military officials from International destinations.

What to do?

Anyone who is attracted towards history and culture would love their visit to Islamabad. Islamabad has a lot of ancient heritage sites. One can also check out the Buddhist archaeological digs around Taxila. Various hills make the city a perfect spot for hiking. Visit Jinnah market for designer outfits. There is also a Sunday market, which seems to be one of the biggest market, which takes place on every Sunday; you will find mostly old stuff out here.

Where to go in Islamabad

Though Pakistan is a unique mix of ancient and modern city, Islamabad comprises of a cosmopolitan crowd. Islamabad offers a lot of activities for the visitors and has something for everyone, there are a lot of shopping spots, historic places and adventurous sports. You can visit Islamabad Museum, Islamabad zoo, relish some of the best cuisines on the streets of Islamabad. Visiting very popular Rose and Jasmine Garden will leave you mesmerized with the variety of roses and jasmines available in the market. Check out Daman-e-Koh in the out-skirts of the city, this popular destination is a spot in the hills around Islamabad with a well-maintained park and a golf course.

About Jeddah

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The airport of Jeddah

‘The King Abdulaziz International Airport’ in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is a hub for local as well as international tourists. The airport is named after King Abdulaziz Al Saud and since 1981 providing its services to the passengers. As it is covering around 100 square kilometers, it is one of the largest airports of Saudi Arabia. People who are visiting the holy cities of Mecca and Medina first come to Jeddah and it is an entry point. At present, the airport includes five terminals: General Aviation Terminal, a tented Hajj Terminal, Cargo terminal, two passenger terminals and a Royal Terminal.

What to do?

If you are planning to visit Jeddah, it is better to check the attractions points of the city beforehand. One of the highly recommended choices is the Khuzam Palace as it is the first building to be built with iron and cement.  The best things here are big rooms, sports high ceilings and beautiful yards and gardens. People who love great beaches and natural scenery can visit Jeddah Corniche. Surely, your trip is incomplete in the absence of prominent Jeddah Floating Mosque. The whole mosque seems to floating over the red sea. It is a fine example of traditional architecture and modern technology.

Historical places of Jeddah

Find the best flight deals to enjoy the world's highest fountain titled as the King Fahd Fountain, and a striking floating mosque. Naseef House is well preserved and has been converted into a museum.