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The secrets you need to know to enjoy the country as a local.
Island of Muharrak
Positions to choose among its 33 islands, Bahrain offers an outstanding beauty with the Island of Muharrak, especially for the traditional atmosphere that awakens. Amazing bridges prevent you from being completely alone in the Persian Gulf and among its streets the species stores fill the place with a unique aroma.
The Seef Mall is the second largest shopping center in Bahrain, with 135,000 square meters. Among all its endless establishments, it is recommended to visit Yaquby Stores, a prestigious store that has recently been redesigned by Spanish architect Alberto Sanjurjo Álvarez.
Do not leave Bahrain without having had the opportunity to visit one of its many mosques. The Grand Masjid is the largest and most impressive of all, with capacity for up to 7,000 people, who do not miss their prayer appointment several times a day, thus offering a spectacular religious moment.
The Tree of Life
In the middle of the desert, with no water nearby and exposed to the sun every day, the Vidal Tree has been one of the most fascinating enigmas of nature for half a century. His symbolism and attraction motivates thousands of people to visit him to pray with him or to discover his imposing figure.
The most traditional souk in Bahrain can be visited in the capital of Manama, where thousands of people always go to discover hidden treasures among its many jewelry, species and weaving shops. An ingrained custom is to request a dress made by hand to experts in the area.
The restaurant of Roaya Saleh has gained a special reputation for offering traditional dishes with a certain Indian and even Mediterranean tradition. It is a point of essential destination for lovers of native food, where it is recommended to reserve a table to enjoy the experience
Bahrain International Circuit
Famous for holding a Formula 1 Grand Prix in its interior, the Bahrain International Circuit is visited by thousands of motor fans, who want to see one of the few tracks that compete at night among the fastest cars in the world.
King Fahd Bridge
Besides being beautiful for its titanic construction, it is also popular for being one of the longest bridges in the world. To cross it means to cross no less than 25 kilometers of bridge, although towards the middle of it there has been created a rest area where many visitors momentarily stop this original excursion.
Port of Sitra
Southeast of Manama is the port of Sitra, considered one of the best in Bahrain. In the afternoons the famous dhows go fishing at night offering a show to visitors who want to see how they set sail towards the horizon.
Arad is a fortification built in the sixteenth century that offers a lesson in the history of Bahrain’s architecture, in which the visitor will discover how they defended themselves against external aggressors. At night offers a lighting show that motivates to stay for dinner in the area to admire it.