The Tomb of Liyhan: An astonishing ancient tomb that competes with the legendary tombs of Petra, this monumental structure towers over onlookers at an impressive height of 22 metres. Crafted by the skilled hands of ancient Nabataean artists, it was meticulously carved as a tribute to the son of a prominent dignitary. However, the artisans' work was abruptly halted, leaving the lower section raw and incomplete.
Hegra: Saudi Arabia's inaugural UNESCO Heritage Site, Hegra, captivates visitors with its 110 preserved tombs and a picturesque desert backdrop. From the first millennium BCE to 1 CE, Hegra thrived as a hub of Nabataean trade. The majestic tombs, historic wells, stone water channels, and Roman architectural remnants testify to the ingenuity of past civilisations, and guided tours offer insights into the city's ancient inhabitants.
AlUla Old Town: AlUla's contemporary attractions extends to AlUla Old Town, a site immersed in living history with tightly packed streets and hundreds of mudbrick houses that were still inhabited until the 1980s. Nestled in the narrowest section of the valley, you’ll find the iconic Musa Bin Nusayr Citadel, an architectural gem from the 10th century CE that was a vital stopover for pilgrims journeying from Damascus to Makkah.