Get ready and head from Madinah to Al-Ula, about 329 km away
We enjoy exploring the history and civilization in Al-Ula through this museum, as it contains a number of maps that illustrate the most important archaeological sites in the region. In addition to a number of drawings that represent the historical periods that the region went through, arranged in chronological order, And a number of exhibits represented by carved stone tools and stone utensils, The museum relies on displaying its collections on a number of wings such as the prehistoric wing, And the pre-Islamic period pavilion, And the Islamic period wing and the Kingdom Unification Suite, The museum includes a library that contains books specialized in history and archeology.
Together, we will explore the tombs of lions, one of the oldest monuments in the city of Al-Ula, which consists of 21 graves designed and built in a wonderful engineering way, These graves were called the tombs of the Lions for their inscriptions, It consists of several inscriptions in the form of lions that increase the entrance to each of these graves
An enjoyable tour of the Nabataeans’ stone “masterpiece”. we explore the ornate, hand-carved facades of the Nabataean cemeteries in the city of Hegra, which played a pivotal role in the prosperity of the Nabataean Empire, which remains shrouded in mystery.
Enjoy an authentic traditional Saudi meal, served with high quality
An enjoyable tour to see the astonishing Elephant Mountain from the heart of the golden desert sands, one of the many geological wonders of AlUla. In contrast to the ornate hand-carved facades of the Nabataean cemeteries in the neighboring city of Al-Hajar, The trunk and body of this red sand mountain were made by the forces of nature over millions of years from the factors of erosion and erosion by wind and water. The natural beauty of the structure is enhanced by the charm of its rich surroundings by a smooth sandy sea studded with amazing huge rocky outcrops. Many of them take on interesting shapes.
Or, as some call it, the old town we do an unforgettable tour to explore history. It dates back to the 14th century AD, it is 650 years old, They are the ruins of about 800 homes spread around a tall castle facing farms that were irrigated by springs that dried up years ago