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Al Deerah, Heritage Village, Al-Ula, Al Ula

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Al Ula has only a couple of hotels (literally), standing adjacent to two separate oases filled with palm trees and with views of rock formations. Expect mid-range prices and a decent set of amenities, including--in one case--a swimming pool. You can also set up your tent at one of the campgrounds located close to the archeological sites, or opt for the camping and glamping villages, which range from basic to luxurious.
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  • The tourism authorities did a fantastic job with this village. Gives you the opportunity to walk the narrow alleys our fore fathers did. It actually takes you back in time. Great ending for a fantasti...  more »
  • The old town of Al Ula, namely Al Deerah, is a 2000 years old ghost town now. No one lives there anymore. It gives a spooky feeling if you visit this place after sunset. These mud brick houses of the ...  more »
  • Very easy place to find and explore, though some places unsafe for children due to falls or nails/glass. Overall very fascinating to see how an entire community lived so close together for so long, sh...  more »