AlUla Heritage Sites Reopen on the 31st of October

In a great step towards realizing the tourism ambitions, the Royal Commission for AlUla governorate announced that the heritage sites will reopen to the public on the 31st of October 2020.

The Royal Commission for AlUla governorate confirmed that the Hegra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the site of the ancient kingdom of Dadan, and the valleys of Jabal Ikmah will be reopened to the public after its closure for more than two years.

Besides, the Royal Commission for AlUla governorate announced that the inhabitants of AlUla will be allowed to visit the sites on the 30th of October 2020.

The visitors of AlUla will enjoy great improvements at AlUla airport and find new comfortable transportation options around the city and the heritage sites. The visitors of AlUla will also have access to two information centers.

Safety measures for the COVID-19 pandemic are available in abiding to the Saudi Ministry of Health protocols. These safety measures adhere to the "safe travel" regulations published by the World Travel and Tourism Council.

These safety measures include mandatory in advance ticket


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