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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Damascus

One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities, Damascus is said to be paradise on earth. If one is to believe myths and fables, then Prophet Mohammed refused to enter this blessed city as he wanted to surround himself with the pleasures of heaven just once- when he died. With the backing of such strong words, Damascus, the capital city of Syria, has to be seen, enjoyed, and lived-in, to be believed.

Situated in the southwestern region of the country, Damascus is located on the lower ranges of Anti-Lebanon Mountain Range and has the waters of the Barada River serenading it. Nicknamed as the City of jasmine, millions of visitors choose this capital city as their holiday destination and book their cheap business class tickets to Damascus. You too immerse yourselves in the pleasures so generously offered by the city and get your business class seats to Damascus booked today! The best thing to include in your itinerary is a trip to the old city of Damascus, where you can get to see and experience the quaint charm of the city firsthand.

Besides this the city has a whole array of attractions and historical sites that beg your presence. There is the Citadel of Damascus, the Umayyad Mosque, the old district of Amara, St. Thomas Gate to name a few. You can also feast your eyes on the seven city gates, out of which one can be traced back to the Roman era. When it comes to the climate then owing to the occurrence of the rain shadow effect, Damascus has rainy winters and warm and dry summers.