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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO MUSCAT
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London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £281
London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £328
London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £338
Glasgow Muscat 27 Oct 2017 11 Nov 2017 £407
London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £433
Glasgow Muscat 27 Oct 2017 11 Nov 2017 £439
London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £470
Glasgow Muscat 27 Oct 2017 11 Nov 2017 £476
London Gatwick Muscat 24 Jun 2017 29 Jun 2017 £477
London Gatwick Muscat 24 Jun 2017 29 Jun 2017 £507
London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £576
London Airports Muscat 04 Oct 2017 10 Oct 2017 £591
Glasgow Muscat 27 Oct 2017 11 Nov 2017 £615
Glasgow Muscat 27 Oct 2017 11 Nov 2017 £800
Glasgow Muscat 27 Oct 2017 11 Nov 2017 £2070
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Flights to Muscat, Oman
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Muscat Introduction
Unlike the other Middle Eastern capitals it's more laid back. Parks and beaches offer respite from the business driven atmosphere of other Gulf cities. Banking and shopping areas are less ostentatious than the glittering skyscrapers that you find in Abu Dhabi, Dubai or the other major cities of the oil rich region.
The walls surrounding Muscat were once a prominent feature of Oman's capital city. It remained a unique and seperate area for sometime. The gates Bab al-Matha'eeb, the Greater Gate, the Lesser Gate, and some fragments of the old wall remain. Under Sultan Qaboos' rule the other areas were linked into the old city and formed the modern conurbation of Muscat.
Most shopping malls are in the Qurum area; Ruwi and Al Khuwair are the business districts. The main souq is in Muttrah, a fascinating slice of old Oman with Portuguese-era forts looming over the Mina Qaboos port where massive tankers, traditional dhows, and small fishing boats pass along side by side.