From Sana'a, Doha, Qatar is approximately 830 miles (1336 kilometers) to the northeast from here and Bahrain, Middle East is 850 miles (1368 kilometers) to the northeast.
An old place of worship, one of the more popular of the many heritage sites in this city, is the Great Mosque. Visit this heritage site to learn about its cultural significance and also to admire the architecture.
If you love to shop, amble through the stores that are part of the Suq al-Miln. It is a bustling place filled with interesting fashion, quirky accessories and fresh food venues.
Discover the region’s past at Yemen Gate; one of the most important historic sites in Sana'a. It’s well worth visiting this site and also other local heritage buildings to get an understanding of the events that shaped this city.
The National Museum is the ideal day out for those looking for something a little different in Sana'a. Enjoy the peace and quiet, ask about the guided tours, pick up a souvenir at the gift shop or just enjoy the well-curated displays.
Peer into the lives of The ruling classes who once presided over the affairs of. The Rock Palace is an evocative place which brings the lives, loves and intrigues of the past vividly back to life.