Syria Travel Articles
If It’s Good Enough for the Prophet… Damascus to Bosra, Syria Taxi travel always has its fair share of quirks and a simple day trip south of Damascus reminds Troy Nahumko to trust your instincts. After all, if it is good enough for a Prophet... Silk Suits You, Sir – Aleppo, Syria Travel guide for Aleppo, Syria. For those on the classic Istanbul to Cairo route, Aleppo is perhaps the first taste of the real East. Kidnapped By Syrian Hospitality – Syria If you ever want to scare your family, horrify you Syria Travel Facts The Basics Country: Syria Where is it?: Syria borders the Mediterranean Sea, between Lebanon and Turkey. Why do people go here?: Friendly and safe, Syria is often misunderstood as being a haven for tourists. It’s not. Perhaps the best in the Middle East, the country is full of impressive empires that have left their marks […] Round the World by Bike: Syria to Amman, Jordan (10 December 2001) The British Consulate warned against travelling in Syria. After Al's experiences there, they must be trying to keep it a secret for themselves. A Day with the Assassins (2 of 2) It was a good day for Graydon Hazenberg: ruins, hi A Day with the Assassins (1 of 2) It was a good day for Graydon Hazenberg: ruins, hi A Woman Can’t Go to the Middle East – Syria Alison Block's experiences of solo travel in the M Travels With Nate #14: Hama – Palmyria – Deir e Zur Crusaders, castles, ruins... and ruins... and more ruins. Nate, Ian and Chris are bloody sick of ruins. But the locals are fun. Travels With Nate #15: Deir e Zur – Abu-Kamal – Aleppo Traveling to Iraq in cushy style, and partying it up like mad in Aleppo â€“ shame it's almost time to leave the Middle East for Thailand.