Explore the northern side of the Kingdom and discover the breath-taking array of cultural spots and interesting locations including Al Fateh Mosque – one of the largest mosques in the world as well as one of the first museums in the Gulf, Bahrain National Museum, which opened in 1988. After you have explored the exhibition halls showcasing local customs, traditions and an array of artefacts uncovered at various archaeological sites, the next stop will be Muharraq Souq – an atmospheric bazaar, where you can purchase beautiful fabrics and Bahraini pearls. Last on the agenda is UNESCO World Heritage Site, Qal’at Al Bahrain. Set on a 17.5-hectare artificial hill, it is the site of the former capital of Dilmun and is one of the most prolific archaeological digs in the Arabian Gulf. You will be transported through history with a knowledgeable guide who will proudly share their experience and passion for the country.