Mecca

Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Hotels in Mecca

Mecca Accommodations (40)
InterContinental Dar Al Tawhid Mecca

InterContinental Dar Al Tawhid Mecca

4.50 169 reviews

Ibraheem Al Khalil Road, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Mercure Hibatullah Mecca

Mercure Hibatullah Mecca

3.50 24 reviews

Um Al Qura Street Al Hafayer , Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Al Rawda Umm Al Qura Hotel Mecca

Al Rawda Umm Al Qura Hotel Mecca

3.00 23 reviews

Al Masjed Al Haram Road End Hojoun Bridge , Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Moevenpick Hotel & Residence Hajar Tower Makkah Mecca

Moevenpick Hotel & Residence Hajar Tower Makkah Mecca

4.00 259 reviews

Abraj Al Bait, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Travel Blogs from Mecca

Mecca Travel Blogs (34)
Mekke-i Mükerreme, Mecca, Saudi Arabia travel blog

Mekke-i Mükerreme

A travel blog entry by tunalim

5

Her yıl milyonlarca insanın akın ettiği ve Hac döneminde 5 milyona yakın insanın buluştuğu Mekke dünyanın en cazip şehri olması maksadıyla başlatılan imar çalışmaları ...

Travel and Business Information, Mecca, Saudi Arabia travel blog

Travel and Business Information

A travel blog entry by tunalim

The U.S. Department of State's Consular Information Program advises Americans traveling and residing abroad through Country Specific Information, Travel Alerts, and Travel Warnings. Country Specific Information exists for all countries and includes ...

SAUDI ARABIA PHOTOS, Mecca, Saudi Arabia travel blog

SAUDI ARABIA PHOTOS

A travel blog entry by tunalim

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saudi_Arabia Bölge: Batı Asya Bölge Toplam: 2.149.690 km2 Kıyı şeridi: Kızıldeniz ve Basra Körfezi Sermaye: Riyad Riyad yaz pus ...

umrah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia travel blog

umrah

A travel blog entry by arahmandin

umrah ...

Attractions in Mecca

Mecca Attractions (2)
Jabal-al-noor (Mountain of Light)

Jabal-al-noor (Mountain of Light)

4.50

Mecca, Saudi Arabia

In the Muslim religion, Muhammad received his first revelation from God on this mountain.

Black Stone

Black Stone

5.00

Mecca, Saudi Arabia

This holy stone is the eastern cornerstone of the Kaaba, the ancient stone building towards which all Muslims pray. Many Muslims believe that the stone (originally white but now black from absorbing the sins of man) fell from heaven during the time of Adam and Eve.