Bahrain is a Middle Eastern archipelago and is the most liberal, and smallest country of the Persian Gulf states. It is an Islamic nation but in Bahrain the rules are more democratic, relatively speaking. There is more of a middle class than its larger neighbors who have predominantly a rich elite and subsistence level masses. Travelers often travel to Bahrain because of its characteristic arabesque style.
Bahrain has lots of entertaining things to do. Appreciating some of its historic sites and ruins may be at the top of the list if you are into history and architecture. Wonderful mosques and intricate tile work are on display in the capital of Manama and other Bahrain cities.
December through March offers cooler temperatures although still quite warm and breezy. June through August can reach temperatures over 40° C, 100 F. If you like it hot, then now’s the time to go to Bahrain.
Manama is the capital of Bahrain and rests in the Persian Gulf. It has beautiful mosques, forts, and temples which are visual treats for those visiting the historical city. Read more about Manama…