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Kuwait is located in the Arabian Gulf, sharing borders with Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Kuwait City is the capital of the country, with its quite central location. It represents the contemporary cultural, political and economic hub of Kuwait. The authentic culture of Kuwait welcomes all visitors with open arms! Delicious food and a rich history are waiting for your discovery! It is now better connected to the rest of the world than ever with the availability of economic flight tickets.
Transportation to the city center after your flight from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport or Trabzon Airport to Kuwait International Airport is easy. There are different transportation options to use in Kuwait which connect the entire country.
One of the most convenient ways to travel to/from Kuwait International Airport is to take the bus lines that operate between the airport and different parts of the country. There are a total of 3 bus lines that help travelers to reach the airport. The bus lines in Kuwait are line 13 which follows the Airport - Swivel Sheraton route, line 99 which follows the Airport - Subhan route and line 501 which follows the Airport - Raqa’i route.
Another option to reach the Kuwait International Airport is to take a taxi or limousine service. More information about the airport limousine and taxi service can be found on the official website.
Kuwait is a relatively advanced city in terms of public transport and the country is making new investments to extend its transportation network. Currently, the only public transport option to get around Kuwait City and other cities in the country is the bus. The bus lines operating in the country are state-owned and these companies are Kuwait Public Transport Company (KPTC) and City Bus.
Kuwait Public Transport Company is the major bus operator in the country covering the entire capital Kuwait City with more than 30 routes. The buses in the country are modern and almost all of the buses have air-conditioning for comfortable travel. To learn more about the state-owned bus company which is Kuwait Public Transport Company, it is possible to check here.
City Bus company which is the other state-owned bus company operates on similar routes with more luxurious buses. City Bus company has an official website here to check and learn more about the details about the schedule and prices.
The other option to get around Kuwait City is to use taxis. You can easily find taxis around the city and this mode of transport is a comfortable experience.
There is no special travel card for tourists in Kuwait. However, tourists can buy daily tickets to use the buses. Some of the taxis in Kuwait accept credit cards. Still, it is more convenient to carry cash if you are planning to travel by taxi.
The only way to travel between cities in Kuwait is to use buses. Also, it is possible to rent a car to travel to other cities in Kuwait which include Mangaf, El Cehre, Ahmadi and Havalli. Most locals prefer their private cars to travel across Kuwait since this a more comfortable and faster way to reach the cities in Kuwait.
The center of Kuwait City is compact and can be navigated with great ease. Staying at the heart of the city will for sure enable you to access the major touristic highlights. There are all kinds of accommodation options including the luxurious chains and resort hotels such as the Hilton, Kempinski, Crowne Plaza and Sheraton. However, budget friendly and mid-range choices are also present. You definitely won’t have any difficulty finding a lodging for your needs and tastes.
If you want to have some assistance while organizing your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.
Kuwait is becoming a very famous place to discover. It attracts many visitors through its rich cultural, historical and culinary heritage.
In case you would like to have more information about the famous places to see in Kuwait, do not forget to have a look at our specially curated Kuwait Travel Guide.
You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Kuwait for business or leisure.
We are providing regular flights to Kuwait International Airport:
Kuwait International Airport
Kuwait International Airport is situated about 15 kilometres away from the city center. It has a total capacity of up to nine million passengers. The airport consists of five operational terminals including service areas. Airport facilities provide high quality service to its passengers, where you can find ATMs, currency exchange office, travel agencies and information booths.
You can reach the city center through taking a taxi or renting a car at the airport. There are also public transport options. Bus number 51 rides to the city in about half an hour.
Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.
There are a couple of things to pay attention to while scheduling your trip to Kuwait.
Please find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in Kuwait:
Country code: +965
Kuwait area code: 965
Kuwait International Airport: +965 2431 9829
Police, Ambulance, Fire Service: 112
Do not forget to follow up with our seasonal campaigns as Pegasus Airlines provides occasional special fares to its passengers and gives the opportunity to fly with greatly reduced prices throughout the year.
Kuwait City is the most famous metropolis of the Gulf state of Kuwait. It provides a getaway to the Arabian peninsula, if you are particularly interested in the Arabic culture. You can taste the most delicious specialties of the regional cuisine and discover the traditions at the local souqs. Many people choose to visit Kuwait to shop at its modern shopping centers.
Kuwait features the characteristics of hot desert climate with overwhelmingly hot summers. The temperatures during summer time may rise well above 50 celsius degrees. Yet, the nights tend to be rather chill, especially during the winter months as a result of the prevailing desert climate. Therefore, the best time to visit Kuwait is probably from November to April.
Kuwait is within the Arabian Standard Time (GMT+3). Daylight-saving time is not observed during the summer period.
Visa policy Kuwait depends on the applicant’s country of origin. Some countries are exempt from visa obligations whereas eligible ones can apply for e-visas to obtain upon arrival. Nationals of Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are exempted from visa applications.
Make sure to double check all the requirements with the local Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence.
Safety situation in Kuwait is relatively high compared to other states in the region such as Iraq. Crime rates also stay at low in the country. However, visitors are advised to stay cautious.
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