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Planning for a getaway to Khartoum? The Sudanese capital city is situated at the assembly of the Blue and the White Nile Rivers. Khartoum is a sprawling city with 3 parts - the river district, the markets and broad road area and the industrial part. While most of Khartoum is easy to tour, the city is largely spread out and makes it easy for sightseeing. Areas such as Nile Street in Khartoum offer an atmosphere suitable for strolling with colonial buildings on both sides. To grab the best money-saving deal, check out flight and hotel offers from Crystal Travel.

Khartoum International Airport (KRT) is the key airport in the city that can now be travelled anywhere from the UK with the aid of Crystal Travel. On arrival rent a cab and head towards your desired hotel or destination at a very competitive cab fare. Get access to various others low cost offered prices and pocket-friendly fares with us. 

The climate of Khartoum is mainly tropical. During the summers, the temperatures are extremely high with May being the most scorching month. Autumn begins from mid-July and ends in the month of September. There are sandstorms along with scanty rainfall. The winters start from October and it lasts upto March. The dry and moderate climate makes the weather healthy. The best time to visit Khartoum is between October and March.

Sudan being the least visited country, the capital city is quite remarkable. Places to visit consist of the National Museum that displays artefacts from several historic eras. A visit and a walk to the Tuti Island can prove to be quite impressive. With shady lanes, lush fields and a petite coffee stall, your trip can be memorable. The Botanical Garden displays the richness and variety of Sudan. There are several other places that showcase the true heritage of the ancient world. Few notable attractions are: Sudan National Museum, Tuti Island, archaeological sites, Nile Street and many more.

When you think of dining, the city of Khartoum might not be the first choice. The city's restaurants can easily be overlooked. But, do not hesitate, there are surplus choices that offer more than you can ask for, or even imagine. Few worthy places to eat your heart out, are: Ozone, that offers a typical Sudanese touch. The restaurant is surrounded by a garden and lush plants. Solitare is another popular spot that offers a tasty range of international dishes. Drinks are the strongest features of Solitare Restaurant along with light music. Other renowned restaurants are Lebanon Restaurant, Le Grill, Al Housh and Rickshaw.

Like any African market, the best places where you can buy almost anything, are the local markets, also called souks. Here, visitors can find, haggle and purchase every item starting from souvenirs, animal skins, wooden products, masks, copper and brass items and even jewellery. Haggling and bargaining are quite common in all the African markets. There are several popular souks in various regions that are much more popular. These markets include Omdurman market, Afra shopping mall, Gamhouria Avenue are the trendy new areas in Khartoum.

The loud city known being the capital and the most prosperous city of Sudan, Khartoum has never made its name in the limelight due to being foreshadowed by the most memorable cities in Africa like Cape Town and Johannesburg. Apart from all the features that an African city should possess, Khartoum has been a bustling city with many magical features you won't find anywhere else. A laid-back city with limited places to visit, Khartoum indeed knows how to keep travellers on their toes to give them an exploring season of the history, culture and lifestyle of this modern city. Take a flight to Khartoum from London, which will bring you one step closer to Khartoum International Airport (KRT) and discover the enchanting beauty of this gigantic city in the heart of Sudan. The airport is somewhat 12 kilometres away from the city centre where all prominent hotels in Khartoum are located. Experience the delight of this sparkling town with an exquisite and extraordinary range of places that offer you a thorough insight to this not-so-famous yet a worthy destination to explore in Africa.
Khartoum has always been the front face of Sudan and everything special known about Sudan is actually visible here. Be it Sudan National Museum, University of Khartoum, Khartoum War Cemetery, Ethnographic Museum, Tuti Island, Nile Street or Presidential Palace, Khartoum will be the first choice of each tourist taking last minute flight to Khartoum from London in order to find the ultimate bliss of Sudan. Nature lovers will find themselves in a refreshing place with something unusual and unseen before. Afra Mall, Al Kabir Mosque, Sabaloka Gorge, Mogran, Jabal Al-Awlia Dam, Al Waha Mall, Al-Rikini Mosque and Art Diwan are the places where you can witness the heritage, nature and culture living all together in Sudan's most famous town Khartoum.

Khartoum has always brought a charm to Sudan's tourism by its rich variety of attractions. Travellers booking their flights to Khartoum from London sure can explore the infinite beauty of this thriving capital of Sudan and get delighted by the charming alleys of this prosperous cosmopolitan.

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