Visit a city that is both steeped in ancient history dating back to 1500BC, and a stylish, tree-lined modern commercial centre.
An area rich in agriculture, Tabuk is well-known for its flower exports to Europe and is idyllically positioned on the Red Sea, famous for its clear waters and allure for scuba divers.
Tabuk has a number of historical forts situated within 50km of the city. These include Al-Azlam Fort, one of the stations on the Egyptian pilgrimage route during the Mamluk Ottoman period, Al-Muwailih Fort dating back to the same period built in the 10th century, and Az-Zuraib Fort built during the reign of Sultan Ahmad in 1026.
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