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Business class flights to Erbil

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About Business class flights to Erbil

Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan region of Iraq, has seen transformation from a small town to a buzzing metropolis. In recent decades, the city has evolved as a centre of commerce, culture and its people and safe environment should be given credit for. The city situated at a distance of about 350km from Baghdad enjoys a location in fertile plains between e Greater Zab and the Lesser Zab rivers. Despite being ethnically and religiously diverse, the city has seen very few security concerns and perhaps it is why people often look for business class flights to Erbil. Having an international airport gives it connectivity from major cities around the world. Some of the leading world airlines serve the capital of Kurdistan region.

Useful Information

  • Unlike other part of Iraq, Erbil is considered safe.
  • The travellers should remains watchful while visiting local markets.
  • The traveller should take comprehensive insurance cover before visiting the city.
  • Taxis here doesn’t use meter so travellers should reach an agreement before taking a trip.

The city is not famous as famous as Baghdad but it certainly has a bevy of tourist attractions to provide travellers an experience of lifetime. Once you set out to explore this city you will be spoilt for choice in terms of tourist attractions. The Erbil Citadel, a 7000 year old structure, has now been declared a UNESCO world heritage site. This historic structure has seen rise and falls of several civilisations including Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians and Assyrians. One can visit Kurdish Textile Museum where you can see various artefacts related to textile of the region. The visitors also have an opportunity to see contemporary weavers during their visit to museum. Erbil is home to other museums too that include Syriac-Heritage Museum and Erbil Civilisation Museum. Once you are through with city sightseeing and looking for some serene moments then you can go to Minaret Park and Shanidar Park.

Apart from this, Erbil even scores high on shopping potentials as it is a mix of traditional and modern shopping avenues. Erbil’s souk as the Qaysari Market or Bazaar is a fine place to see traditional and modern things. In addition there are a good number of shopping malls where you can enjoy a modern shopping experience.

Erbil Flights

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  • Average Flight Duration: 07 hrs 25 mins