Cheap tickets to Khartoum

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Last minute flights to Khartoum

Departure Sat, 18 Nov Return Wed, 13 Dec
DUB Dublin
KRT Khartoum
return from 574€
Departure Tue, 21 Nov Return Thu, 23 Nov
BRU Brussels
KRT Khartoum
return from 471€
Departure Thu, 14 Dec Return Sun, 17 Dec
CDG Paris
KRT Khartoum
return from 371€
Departure Sat, 18 Nov Return Fri, 01 Dec
KGL Kigali
KRT Khartoum
return from 609€
Popular flight routes to Khartoum
Dublin - Khartoum
return from 559€
Brussels - Khartoum
return from 546€
Riyadh - Khartoum
return from 180€
Bologna - Khartoum
return from 544€
Kuwait - Khartoum
return from 306€

Khartoum holidays

Khartoum sights and attractions

Khartoum is a city at the forefront of all things commercial, economic, and cultural in Sudan. Divided by the Blue and White branches of the Nile, a visit to this bustling metropolis can mean visiting historical sites, gazing up at sleek new skyscrapers, shopping in vast malls or nosing around vibrant souks. The food is a direct reflection of different cultural influences, with restaurants serving a myriad of both local and international cuisine, from Pakistani and Indian dishes to European-style fare. If you have time, venture beyond the city limits to behold some of the world's most unique scenery, from plunging gorges to sweeping grasslands, game reserves, and deep sea diving.

What to do in Khartoum

Many attractions dotted around the city range from grandiose buildings such as the Presidential Palace, which overlooks the Blue Nile, to the city's more contemporary side in the form of the egg-shaped Al-Fateh Tower. Some of the nation's most important museums are here, offering an insight into Sudan's modern political history. Visitors can also shop their hearts out at the large number of souks and malls.

During your stay in Khartoum, be sure to:

  • Stroll down the picturesque Nile Street flanked by old colonial architecture
  • Look out for the egg-shaped Al-Fateh Tower
  • Visit the Sudan Presidential Palace Museum housed within the impressive Palace Cathedral
  • Be sure to catch the changing of the guard held on the first Friday of each month
  • Dive into the Souk Arabi to experience the beating heart of the city's commercial life
  • Shop for handicrafts and souvenirs at the Souk Omdurman, one of the largest markets in Africa
  • Escape the urban sprawl on Tuti island, an oasis of green in the city
  • Join locals sipping evening tea beside the Nile
  • Check out a local band in one of the many music clubs around the city
  • Try local delicacies in the lively Souk Libya
Khartoum

Airports in Khartoum

Khartoum International Airport is the main airport servicing the city of Khartoum and is also Sudan's premier international gateway. The airport handles flights to and from a variety of destinations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

  • Khartoum International Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Khartoum including: Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways.

    Location

    Khartoum International Airport is situated a few miles from the city centre.

    Transportation

    The easiest and most convenient way to connect to your destination in Khartoum is by taking an official airport taxi.

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