The winter months between November and March offer the best climate for booking Kuwait flights and touring the city. For budget vacation, visit during the summer months, between April and September. During this time you will not only get cheap flights to Kuwait, but also enormous discounts on hotels. Keep in mind to stay away from direct sunlight and drink plenty of fluids to make up for the vital body salts you lose through perspiration.
The city of Kuwait is served by Kuwait International Airport. The airport is operated by Directorate General of Civil Aviation, and is hub for Kuwait Airways and Jazeera Airways. Being served by Air Cairo, Air India, Air Arabia, Atlas Jet, British Airways and more, the airport provide Kuwait flights to destinations including Kabul, Sharjah, a target="_blank" href="//www.cheapoair.co.uk/flights/cheap-flights-to-london-lon-united-kingdom">London, Manila, Dubai, and Addis Adaba.Places of Interest in Kuwait
Kuwait is an Arab country in Western Asia. Located at the tip of Persian Gulf, it shares its border with Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The capital of Kuwait is Kuwait City, a bustling metropolis inundated with high-rise buildings, opulence brimming hotels, wide boulevards and verdant parks and gardens.Kuwait Towers
Nestled on the Arabian Gulf Road in Sharq District, Kuwait Towers is one of the most prominent landmarks of Kuwait. Designed by a Swedish architectural firm, the towers opened in 1979, and comprises of two major towers and a minor tower. The largest tower rises to 187m, and houses a two-level revolving observation deck, gift shop and cafe.Liberation Tower
The Liberation Tower is the second tallest structure in Kuwait at a height of 372m. The construction of the tower commenced before the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, and was then meant to be called the Kuwait Telecommunication Tower. Upon completion in 1993, the tower was renamed the Liberation Tower, symbolizing Kuwait’s liberation from Iraq.The Grand Mosque
The Grand Mosque is the largest and the official mosque in the country of Kuwait. Located in the heart of the city opposite Sief Palace, the mosque is also called Al-Masjid Al-Kabir. The Grand Mosque has traditional Islamic architecture and boasts of Kuwait’s highest minaret (74m) and can accommodate up to 5000 worshippers in the main hall, with room for another 7000 in the courtyard.