Cheap tickets to Kuwait

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Last minute flights to Kuwait

Departure Mon, 16 Oct Return Thu, 19 Oct
CAI Cairo
KWI Kuwait
return from 129€
Departure Wed, 27 Sep Return Tue, 03 Oct
COK Kochi (Cochin), Kerala
KWI Kuwait
return from 277€
Departure Fri, 13 Oct Return Wed, 18 Oct
ORY Paris
KWI Kuwait
return from 317€
Departure Mon, 02 Oct Return Thu, 12 Oct
BAH Bahrain
KWI Kuwait
return from 113€
Popular flight routes to Kuwait
Cairo - Kuwait
return from 134€
Paris - Kuwait
return from 319€
Bahrain - Kuwait
return from 119€
Beirut - Kuwait
return from 167€
Skopje - Kuwait
return from 380€

Kuwait holidays

Kuwait sights and attractions

Kuwait may be small, but it more than packs a punch. Resting on the shores of the Persian (or Arabian) Gulf, in one of the most ancient corners of the world, it boasts a diverse range of attractions, landscapes, and sights. Depending on where your interests lie, you could visit the capital, Kuwait City and stroll along the Corniche, past combed beaches and opulent sea-facing restaurants, or delve into the city's past at its many museums. Home to one of the largest shopping malls in the Middle East as well as a myriad of souks and traditional shops, it is a shopaholic's dream.

What to do in Kuwait

From glittering coastlines to remote desert, Kuwait offers a uniquely varied choice of things to see and do. Visit the souks and large shopping malls, cool off at the beach, learn about the country's cultural heritage at the many museums and galleries, or sample authentic Kuwaiti seafood.

During your stay in Kuwait, you can:

  • Eat dinner 404 feet above sea level in the blue-sphered Kuwait towers, a symbol of the city
  • Take the elevator up to the observation deck of the Liberation Tower, the 5th tallest telecommunication tower in the world
  • Relax at a beach club on Al Kout Beach, overlooking the Persian Gulf
  • Check out the old wooden pearl sailing ships in Dhow Harbour
  • Look out for evidence of the Greek treasures on Failaka Island
  • Take a guided tour of the Grand Mosque, the biggest mosque in the city, renowned for its elaborate interiors
  • Step back in time to a Kuwait of old, at the Failaka Heritage Village
  • Enjoy non-stop fun on the rides at Entertainment City, the first and the largest amusement park in Kuwait
  • Check out Islamic antiquities in the Tareq Rajab Museum
  • See where the monarch entertains his dignitaries at the official Seif Palace, a sumptuous property built in the 19th century

Airports in Kuwait

Passengers travelling to Kuwait will touch down at Kuwait International Airport. It is a modern airport, located close to the city limits of Kuwait City, that can handle upwards of seven million passengers per year.

  • Kuwait International Airport

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    A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Kuwait including: Kuwait Airways, Turkish Airlines and British Airways.


    Kuwait International Airport is situated approximately 10 miles south of Kuwait City.


    The easiest and most convenient way to connect to your destination in Kuwait from the airport is to take a taxi.