Kuwait City combines the exotic flair of the Middle East with the aesthetic luxury and modernity of the West. A skillful mix that makes the country's capital an impressive experience for travelers from all over the world!
On the northwestern tip of the Persian Gulf, you will find a skyline of ultra-modern skyscrapers and at the same time experience the country's traditions in its restaurants, cafes and bars - transformed into modern times.
You can gain insights into the history of Kuwait in the city's numerous museums. Treasures from the time of Alexander the Great, woven fabrics of the nomadic Bedouins, heirlooms of Islamic art and calligraphic manuscripts of the Arabic script are just a few exhibits you can marvel at during your meeting in Kuwait City.
Museums of Kuwait:
- National Museum
- Memorial Museum
- Maritime Museum
- Tareq Rajab Museum
- Kuwait Scientific Center and Aquarium
If you want to experience the nature of the Persian Gulf, plan a day trip to the nearby Failaka Island: admire the Hellenistic fortress of ancient Ikaros. You'll discover ruins of the ancient temple dedicated to the goddess Artemis. For action, take a guided dive off the coast in crystal clear waters!