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Muharraq Airport Transportation
Located north of the capital city of Manama, Bahrain International Airport offers instant views of the Persian Gulf as well as easy access to a booming economy that’s put the small island-nation on the map for centuries. Get through less than 300 square miles of lush terrain juxtaposed with infamous desert heat, all at the ease of following your own schedule, whether it’s with the help of a private rental, from sedans to SUVs, or through convenient meet-and-greet reservations, from taxis to stretched limousines.
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Muharraq Airport Shuttles
With close access to beachside resorts as well as a variety of busy Manama neighborhoods, Bahrain International makes getting where you need to be a cinch, even easier if you’ve got a shuttle. Get a glimpse of the in-between through either local sedan or taxi providers, having your bags taken care of while looking forward to total relaxation.
Make sure your shuttle drops you off in a cool neighborhood before booking, choosing between the professional vibe of The Diplomatic Area, encompassed within the Central Business District on the north side, or the waterside nightlife of Al Hoora, located just east of that. For an oasis outside the city and super close to the airport, go with Galali instead, a small tourist region covered in artificial islands and unreal lookouts showcasing the Persian Gulf, while the hidden shores of Sitra offer unmatched beauty in the form of a small island-village just off the coast of southeast Manama.
Make sure your shuttle pick-up stays easy-going by keeping track of your reservations, either by printing out your confirmation email or by jotting down important notes in a travel journal, from emergency contact numbers to important check-in times. Keep extra scans of your personal ID and prescriptions in both digitally and physical form as well, finally making sure that all times and bookings are scheduled accordingly.
About Bahrain International Airport
Those staying close to the airport should get to know the beauty of what surrounds the facility, from the waterside trails and idyllic sunsets at Dohat Arad Park to the many shops and eateries sprawled across Seef Mall Muharraq. For a slice of history, visit Arad Fort, a famous 15th-century artifact known to light up the night sky past dusk, or enjoy Bahrain’s most modern attraction, the artificial Amwaj Islands, located north of the airport and offering expertly sculpted beaches, parks, and cafes.
Located on the north end of Bahrain, Manama is also home to some of the island’s most important fortresses, from the 16th-century hallways of Qal’at al-Bahrain to the even older Arad Fort, known to light up by the sea at night. Kick back in a busy park at dusk to watch the sunset of a lifetime afterward, hanging out at Marina Beach Garden Park for a combination of shopping and family-friendly carnival rides. Other family locales include the thrilling rides & live performances at Adhari Theme Park, plus the wild water slides at the massive Wahooo! Waterpark. Before leaving, try a bite at the area’s most visited restaurant, Bushido Restaurant & Lounge, a renowned sushi hotspot located next-door to the Ritz Carlton inside an authentic pagoda.
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