That enormous piece of territory often overlooked as a whole and, usually, only seen as the land of the greatest and most beautiful deserts, endless bazaars of spices, and the warm welcome of the Bedouins. The Middle East is composed of 14 different countries that differ massively from each other, have boundaries, and share borders. The middle East includes Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
- By PointsandTravel ✈
- By Suzanne Jones - The Travelbunny
The United Arab Emirates is home to seven different emirates which each have their own attractions, sightseeing and personalities. Read more to learn about neighbors Sharjah and Dubai both home to fabulous culture, gastronomy, nature, history and much more...
- By The Boutique Adventurer
Are you fascinated by the Middle East but uncertain about how to explore it? This storyboard features the best destination in the Middle East for first-timers (in my opinion!), the European city that will give you a genuine taste for the Middle East and one of the most exciting adventures you can have in this beautiful and exotic region