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The port city for the country of Oman, Muscat mixes old world charm with new world amenities. Its laid-back atmosphere means you can lounge around on the beach all day or stroll through the town visiting the many markets and museums. Surrounded on one side by mountains and desert and the Gulf of Oman on the other, Muscat provides travelers with natural beauty and breathtaking scenery. Get ready for a getaway to this coastal city and start planning your itinerary!
Things to do in Muscat
Palaces and museums in Muscat are two of the main attractions for those seeking a little cultural and historical sightseeing. The Bait al Zubair Museum isn’t the biggest, but it packs the biggest punch with a masterfully curated private collection that is modestly displayed in a restored traditional home. The Omani-French Museum is a unique venue housing galleries that detail the relation between Oman and France, giving visitors a taste of what 19th-century life was like for Muscat citizens. The Al Jalali Fort once guarded the east entrance of the harbor during the 1580s; today, it houses a museum of Omani heritage. Make sure you apply to the Ministry of National Heritage and Culture for your permit to visit this place. The main palace that attracts visitors in Oman is Al Alam Palace, or Sultan’s Palace. Head to the heart of Old Muscat and check out this palace with a contemporary Islamic design. Souqs, or open-air markets, are a popular destination for a day out on the town. Don’t miss Mutrah Souq, a top rated market in Oman, and pick up some traditional Omani artifacts as souvenirs, grab a cup of coffee at the café near the souq’s entrance, and walk through the shop-filled streets as you decide what you want to take with you. You’ll want to spend a good deal of time at the Mutrah Souq, so be sure you have a half or full day open so you can wander through the market admiring all the treasures. Beaches in Muscat are the perfect place to relax after all your exploring. The 2,100-mile long coastline provides ample space for beach-lounging, sand castle-building, or picnicking along the water. Qurm Beach is a great spot to do all that and more. Located near the Qurm Nature Reserve towards Crowne Plaza Hotel, this beach is popular for families and even features some cafes along the waterfront that offer a sea-side view.
Day Trips from Muscat
Seeb, a quiet, traditional Omani city, is conveniently located just 20 minutes north of Muscat. Here, the annual Royal Horse Race Festival takes place at Al Adiyat Race Track. The festival features six rounds and is an experience worth the trip. While in this quiet, coastal fishing town, head to the watchtower and climb the stairs to the top where you’ll get a sweeping view of both the town and sea. There are some vibrant souqs here, a stretch of beaches, and many shops to peruse for gifts. Spend the day in Seeb and enjoy the tranquility of this quiet seaside town before heading back to Muscat.
Choose from over 500 rentals in Muscat at Tripping.com. Stay near Qurm if easy access to the beach is your main priority. If you’re planning on making many trips to museums, choose a rental closer to the Mutrah district in Muscat. Find the perfect vacation rental for you and your party.
Transportation in Muscat
Getting into Muscat is easy—just fly into Muscat International Airport. From the airport, it’s just a 15-minute taxi ride or bus ride on the public bus system to Muscat itself. While in the port city, use taxis or rent a car for your personal use. The buses are not the most efficient mode of transportation, but they do exist and provide access to most parts of the city.