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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO JEDDAH
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London Gatwick Jeddah 09 Mar 2022 12 Mar 2022 £416
London Gatwick Jeddah 09 Mar 2022 12 Mar 2022 £431
London Gatwick Jeddah 09 Mar 2022 12 Mar 2022 £451
London Gatwick Jeddah 12 Jan 2022 15 Jan 2022 £487
London Gatwick Jeddah 09 Mar 2022 12 Mar 2022 £554
London Gatwick Jeddah 12 Jan 2022 15 Jan 2022 £673
London Gatwick Jeddah 12 Jan 2022 15 Jan 2022 £968
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Flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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Jeddah Introduction
The busiest port in Saudi Arabia, sitting on the edge of the Red Sea, Jeddah has long been the gateway to the Arabian Peninsula for travellers and traders. The city has also always served as a stopover for pilgrims on their way to nearby Mecca, though most of the thousands of faithful who flock here each year now arrive by air rather than by sea.
As a result, Jeddah has become one of the most ethnically diverse settlements in the whole of the Middle East, with significant communities of foreign residents settling here and contributing elements of their respective cultures. This is most noticeable in the fantastic array of cuisine available in the city's restaurants, and gourmets will certainly have no problem finding something to their taste, although it could originate from anywhere in the Middle East and beyond.
Rich in history and tradition, the city has developed rapidly in the last 60 years from a small walled city of just 1.5 square kilometres to a sprawling metropolis of palaces, highrises, opulent shopping malls, and sculpture-lined streets. This transformation has turned Jeddah into an intriguing mix of old and new, its centuries-old buildings made of coral limestone and seashells gathered from the reefs of the Red Sea sitting alongside gleaming glass skyscrapers promoting Coca Cola and Seiko. In amongst this mish-mash of tradition and shining modernity you'll find lively souks selling all manner of exotic spices next to stylish shops selling Prada bags and Gucci skirts.
If you should tire of the city, the Red Sea offers some of the world's best diving opportunities, or the option of simply lazing on the beach at many of the resorts along the coast.
Jeddah is not the most obvious tourist destination, and visitors should remember that they are expected to abide by Islamic law and show sensitivity to the local culture. For those that are eager for adventure, though, Jeddah provides a whole new experience and a fascinating insight into Saudi culture.