|Kuwait (KWI)||22 km / 14 miles||KWD 5 / 20-30 min||KWD 0.250 / 30 min||-||Available|
|Name||Type||Domestic Flights||International Flights|
|Kuwait Airways||National Airline||Yes|
|Jazeera Airways||Low cost||Yes|
You Can Consult The EU Air Safety List. Look Also at the rating of the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
-The National Museum: located in the Arabian Gulf Street, the museum is composed of four buildings plus one planetarium. Looted and burned during the Iraqi invasion, the museum lost its magnificence and particularly the richness of its collection, which was one of the most representative of the Arabic world, but still, it is still worth visiting.
-Sadu House: built around 1840, this house is not only a permanent exhibition of the traditional Bedouin weaving, but also a way of preserving this ancient know-how. The building in itself is worth the glance since it is a perfect example of the pre-oil producing era type of construction.
-Tareq Rajab museum: the museum houses a great collection of ceramic and metal objects, manuscripts, textiles, traditional costumes as well as the oldest collection of silver jewels publicly exhibited in the Arabic and Islamic world.
- Ramparts and city gates: the ramparts were built in 1922 by the Sheik Salim al-Mubarak in order to keep the nomad tribes outside the city. Although severely damaged in the 1950's, parts of the ramparts and doors remain strewed through the city, notably around First Ring Road.
For further information, visit the website Visit Kuwait.
For complete information on cultural tourism visit the website Visit-kuwait.com
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