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The Middle East with Eurowings

Published: 07 March 2024, 11:00

Eurowings is further expanding its winter flight services from BER to the Middle East. The connection to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, which began last winter, will be offered daily from 27 October. The airline will now also be flying to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. Eurowings will fly from BER to the port city on the Red Sea three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays) starting on 4 November.

Dubai – the city of superlatives

Futuristic, sophisticated and an abundance of unique attractions: this is Dubai, the city of superlatives in the middle of the desert. The world’s tallest building, the 828-metre-high Burj Khalifa, is located in the capital of the Arab emirate of the same name on the Persian Gulf. The dynamic desert metropolis is constantly being expanded with spectacular new skyscrapers and artificial islands. The Palm Jumeirah is a world-famous island built in the shape of a giant palm tree. Glamorous shopping malls, such as the Dubai Mall, and traditional oriental markets promise a unique shopping experience. With a coastline of more than 60 kilometres, Dubai offers well-maintained sandy beaches, a variety of water sports and azure seas for a relaxing beach holiday.

Jeddah – the port city on the Red Sea 

Jeddah is located on the Red Sea and is the gateway to the Islamic pilgrimage sites of Mecca and Medina, which can be reached quickly and easily with an express train connection from Jeddah Airport. Saudi Arabia’s second largest is characterised by a fascinating mixture of progress and tradition. The coastal metropolis is regarded as the cultural pearl of the Middle East thanks to its impressive mosques, traditional souks and a lively art and music scene. The “Al Balad” old town with its pretty merchants’ houses is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The harbour district of Jeddah, a green promenade with lots of restaurants, water sports and recreational facilities, is located directly on the Red Sea. The newly built Jeddah Circuit has been the venue for Saudi Arabian Grand Prix races as part of the Formula 1 World Championship since 2021. 


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