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London Najran

The flight between London and Najran takes between 14 and 20 hours on average. Depending on which service provider you choose, your journey will begin at Heathrow, Gatwick or London City Airport, with the vast majority of services leaving from Heathrow. There are only a couple of airlines with flights to Najran from London, and most flights leave in the evening. You can use a flight comparison service online to review your options and book a cheap flight.There are no direct flights between London and Najran; all services make one or two stops at other cities in Saudi Arabia such as Riyadh and Jeddah, and sometimes additionally in Cairo in Egypt. These stopovers can lengthen your journey by a few hours but be observant - some flights with 2 or more stops can actually be shorter than those that only make 1. Najran airport is the only airport serving the city, so all flights land there. There is no public transport, so you will need to take a taxi or car service to your hotel from the airport, which is 10 miles outside of the city centre.

Cheap London - Najran Flights

To travel between London and Najran at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Najran flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Najran flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Najran 1 Souk

The focal point of both the city and the community is the huge souk - an open air market. A visit to the souk is your opportunity to mingle with the local residents of the area and get a feel for what life in the city is like. Additionally, you'll be able to shop for some bargains, with all sorts of items for sale, from gold and other metals, cloths and foods and spices to books and DVDs.

2 Mud Huts

As part of the city is close to the border with Yemen, you can still see a lot of traditional, Yemeni style mud houses in the city. These quaint dwellings need to be seen to be believed and are a feat of architecture.

3 Absarkhan

Absarkhan is a well-known and scenic mountain just on the edge of the city. Popular with both locals and tourists alike, there are plenty of walking and hiking trails on the mountain, and there are breath-taking views across the city.

4 Fort

Close to the souk, in the historic centre of the city is a well-preserved fort.

5 Riyadh

The city is close to the capital, Riyadh, which is worth saving some time to make a day trip to.

Required travel documents for Saudi Arabia

The time difference is 3 hours; Najran is ahead. All visitors need a visa to enter Saudi Arabia; this must be obtained through an agency authorised by the Saudi Arabian Embassy. During the Hajj pilgrimage, you must obtain a special Hajj visa to visit Jeddah or Medina; without this you will not be able to enter the country.Najran is a very special city, and any visit is sure to bring lots of happy and relaxing moments. There is a lot to see in the city, from spacious parks to interesting architecture. Make sure that you carefully budget your time when you arrive so you can see everything you want to, and leave enough time to make a visit out of the city to Riyadh.