There are 16 flights operating between Istanbul and Jeddah. You may find frequent flights from Riyadh, Istanbul and Cairo to Jeddah.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Jeddah flights? In the coming 3 months: Abha Jeddah 399 TL, Alexandria Jeddah 2,277 TL and Amman Jeddah 2,232 TL
Better to book your flight to Jeddah 41 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
November and January months are the highest season for Saudi Arabia, Jeddah. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: May and April.
Jeddah, the second largest settlement in Saudi Arabia after the capital Riyadh, is a port city on the Red Sea coast, near Mecca. It is the commercial capital of the country with its cosmopolitan and modern structure and its proximity to the holy cities along the western coast of the country.
An important port city in the Hejaz Region throughout history, Jeddah is an important industrial center that provides sea and air connection to Mecca, has embassies and a national university, and its population consists of Arab, Indian, African and Iranian origins.
The city founded before Islam, Hz. During the caliphate of Osman, it became the port of Mecca instead of the "Port of Shuayba" located further south. With this location, the city, which has been an important center of Red Sea trade for centuries and a stop for pilgrims who want to reach Mecca, remained under the rule of Mamluk, Ottoman, Wahhabi, Egyptian Governor Mehmet Ali Pasha and the Hashemite Kingdom and was attached to Saudi Arabia by Ibn Saud. Jeddah, which developed rapidly after 1947 with the start of oil production, is considered to be the place where Eve, who was expelled from heaven according to the Islamic belief, first descended to the earth.
Places to visit
Jeddah, where life stops with its shops that are usually closed in the afternoon due to the very hot weather during the day, is a bright city that begins to live at night. It has many places to visit with its seven-star hotels, modern buildings, wide boulevards, ancient city and medieval ruins on the coast.
Al-Balad, which is the historical center of the city, is a region on the seaside, in the Unesco World Heritage List with its historical houses built in local architectural style and the ruins of the city walls. Sharbatly and Naseef are the most interesting houses built with coral reefs from the Red Sea.
The most impressive parts of the city are the King Fahd Fountain, which entered the Guinness Book of Records in 1980 and the height of the water sprayed reaches 312 meters; NCB Tower, which is the tallest building in the country with a length of 235 meters; the IBD Tower, the building where the Islamic Development Bank, the country's first bank, is located; It can be counted as the 250-meter-high TV Tower, the construction of which was completed between 2006-2007. Apart from these, there are sections such as trade centers, shopping venues, hotels, amusement parks, golf clubs in the tourism village called Durrat Al-Arouse in Jeddah, which has many holiday areas.
Although Jeddah, which stands out with its luxurious life, is important with its port and being two hours away from the capitals of neighboring countries by air, its social life is largely dependent on religious traditions. The city, which hosts over a thousand mosques, stands out in the region with educational institutions such as the British International School, King Abdulaziz University, Arab Open University, Effat College and Islamic Fiqh Academy.
Food & Drink and Shopping
Along with Jeddah restaurants that offer tastes from world cuisines, it also has a rich traditional cuisine that is diverse with its ethnic-based population structure. While Nejdi kabsa and Yemeni mandi are the most important delicacies of traditional Saudi cuisine, dishes mainly consisting of grilled meat, roasted meat, meatballs and kebab adorn the tables. On the other hand, there are fast-food chains and a significant number of Turkish restaurants in Jeddah.
Mahmood Saeed Alandalus is one of the biggest malls in Jeddah. Apart from this, there are many luxury stores and boutiques with world-famous brands on Tahliya Street, which is the main shopping street of Jeddah and located in the city center; In the Al-Balad area, there are luxury shopping malls, traditional street vendors and open-air markets.
There are direct flights between Istanbul and Jeddah with Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines and Fly Nas Airlines. Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport is 19 km from the city centre. It is possible to reach the center in 30 minutes by taxi or by renting a car.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Abha - Jeddah||398.67|
|Alexandria - Jeddah||2,276.60|
|Amman - Jeddah||2,231.62|
|Asyut - Jeddah||2,164.92|
|Mumbai (Bombay) - Jeddah||4,885.84|
|Cairo - Jeddah||1,962.82|
|Kozhikode - Jeddah||5,363.38|
|Dhaka - Jeddah||7,719.40|
|Delhi - Jeddah||4,308.48|
|Dammam - Jeddah||1,377.59|
|Dubai - Jeddah||3,477.05|
|Gassim - Jeddah||1,540.70|
|Jazan - Jeddah||1,217.21|
|Sohag - Jeddah||2,103.33|
|Hyderabad - Jeddah||4,336.00|
|Islamabad - Jeddah||4,662.64|
|Istanbul - Jeddah||2,773.64|
|Karachi - Jeddah||4,174.99|
|Khartoum - Jeddah||2,207.32|
|Lahore - Jeddah||5,143.26|
|Lucknow - Jeddah||5,521.67|
|London - Jeddah||1,776.57|
|Multan - Jeddah||4,984.28|
|Riyadh - Jeddah||1,267.52|
|Tabuk - Jeddah||422.80|
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