Kuwait, a small country in eastern Arabia, has maintained a more traditional atmosphere than many of its neighbors. The thriving population in this compact area between Iraq and Saudi Arabia places a premium on artistic and cultural expression. Desert plains define the interior regions, while the eastern portion of the national borders the Persian Gulf.
Modern cities, islands, and old archeological sites have made Kuwait, a tiny but lovely Middle Eastern country, famous. Skyscrapers, buildings, well-planned boulevards, and gorgeous parks and gardens have made Kuwait City renowned worldwide. Doha Village, an amusement town in Kuwait Bay; Failaka Island, noted for its Bronze Age and Greek archaeological sites; the Red Fort (also known as the Red Palace); and the Oil Display Centre in Mina Al Ahmadi are just a few of the many tourist attractions in Kuwait.
Many European, American, Middle Eastern, and Asian cities have direct flights to Kuwait City on Air France, British Airways, Emirates, Gulf Air, KLM, Lufthansa, and United Airlines. From Kuwait to London, passengers may take advantage of Kuwait Airways’ daily direct flights. Kuwait City to Cairo (Egypt) is also reachable by bus, with stops at Aqaba, Jordan, and Dammam, Saudi Arabia.