Top Places to See in Madinah

Tourist Places in Madinah

Al Madinah is located to the east of Al Hejaz mountains, which is part of Al Sarawat mountains. Al Sarawat Mountains run for 2000 km from Yemen to Jordan. It is in a volcanic area, which was proven to lay out massive fields of lava. They are Harrat Khaybar on the north and Harrat Rahat on the south.

The mountain chain surrounding the city has always been of historical and religious connotations. Pilgrims’ Mountain is on the West, Salaa is on the northwest, Caravan Mountain is on the south, and Uhud is on the north. Al Madinah is situated on a flat mountain plateau at the junction of the three valleys of Al Aql, Al Aqiq, and Al Himdh. These three valleys provide water to large green areas amidst a dry mountainous region. Ready to make your trip to “The Enlightened City”, a memorable one? Map out your itinerary with our guide to the top attractions and tourist places in Madinah.

  1. Al Masjid Al Nabawi (Prophet’s Mosque)
  2. Masjid Quba
  3. Mount Uhud
  4. Jannatul Baqi
  5. Masjid Al Qiblatayn
  6. Masjid Al Ghamama
  7. Dar Al-Madinah Museum
  8. Hejaz Railway Museum
  9. Al Noor Mall
  10. Battle of Khandaq site
  11. Battle of Badr site
  12. Yanbu beach

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Our beloved Prophet’s Mosque

Al Masjid Al Nabawi is the most sacred place in the whole city. This stunning 10-minaret masjid is also called “The Prophet’s Mosque” because it was built by order of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) after he migrated from Makkah and lived and taught there for quite some time, serving as the base of operations and as the cradle of Islam.

This Masjid can accommodate 1 million visitors and can be visited at any time of the day or night. Aside from being a place for prayers, it also houses many other holy sites such as the Prophet’s tomb located under the mosque’s green-colored dome, Rawdah ash Sharifah, or the Noble Garden, and the Minbar where the Prophet (PBUH) gave his sermons.

Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah

The Masjid is brimming with intricate architecture on the walls, gates, and ceilings which you can explore around. Be sure to catch the convertible umbrellas’ opening and closing during dusk and dawn in the Prophet’s courtyard for a wholesome experience.

From the sacred Al Masjid Al Nabawi, also known as the Prophet’s Mosque, to the historical sites like Mount Uhud and Jannatul Baqi, each location holds significance in Islamic history. Immerse yourself in the rich culture and spirituality of this blessed city.

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