Arrive and head to the hotel to get ready for the Umrah
Al-Ghamama Mosque is at the site where the Prophet ﷺ performed the Eid prayer in Medina. This place was the last place in which the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, performed the Eid prayer in 631 AD, as the Prophet performed the absentee prayer for the Negus. Prayers are still held in it despite its proximity to the Prophet’s Mosque. It is one of the archaeological and historical mosques in Medina
Quba Street is distinguished by its connection to an important group of Islamic and historical landmarks in Medina. From Al-Masjid an-Nabawi through the Eid al-Nabawi prayer halls. It is part of the prophetic path that the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, was taking. And the homes of the people of Medina during the Prophet’s era. And the first Friday mosque in Islam. All the way to Quba Mosque, the first mosque founded in Islam
The Quba Mosque was the first mosque built in Islam. The first mosque built in the Prophet’s city
Head to the hotel to rest
Breakfast at the hotel to supply the necessary energy and head to Taif for an unforgettable tour to explore its distinctive attractions
A tour of the courtyards of the Prophet’s Mosque to learn about the historical and archaeological monuments there
The Hejaz Railway Museum allows its visitors to learn about the heritage of Medina and highlights the heritage value of the historical components in the region. The museum, which is a view of the people of Taiba and its visitors, contains 14 halls that display the history and heritage of Medina from ancient times until today. In a unique and modern way that facilitates the recipient to obtain the information he needs
Enjoy an authentic traditional Saudi meal, served with high quality
The construction of the mosque dates back to the seventh century AD. It is considered one of the oldest mosques that dates back to the time of Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace. With the Quba Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque. The design and decoration of the mosque aims to promote Islamic culture. knowledge of Islamic history, And creating an atmosphere suitable for contemplation for the millions of pilgrims who visit the site every year.
We explore the Urwa Ibn Al-Zubayr Palace, which is a tourist attraction of historical importance
Medina is famous for its many historical farms and orchards. And its abundance of palm trees, some of which extend the life of some of them for more than a hundred years. And the ownership of some of them belonged to the companions of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace
Enjoy the authentic Saudi traditional meal at a high level of quality and Head to the hotel for a rest
Breakfast at the hotel to supply the necessary energy and head to Jeddah for an unforgettable tour to explore its distinctive landmarks
the seven mosques, It is one of the most important landmarks visited by those coming to Medina. It is a group of small mosques, the real number of which is six, not seven, but it was known by this name. Given the addition of some to the Qiblatain Mosque within these mosques, This is because whoever visits it also visits that mosque on the same trip, so the number becomes seven.
More than 1,400 years have passed since the great companion Othman bin Affan purchased the well of Rumah, northwest of the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina. The well is still to this day irrigating the residents of the city with its water. And water their palms and trees.
It is a museum located in Medina, Saudi Arabia. Founded in 1983, It displays the city’s heritage and history and includes various archaeological collections, visual exhibitions and rare photos related to Madinah through the ages