The spotlight shines on Bahrain’s most famous faces on this daytrip. One of them is the Al Fateh Grand Mosque – with a capacity to accommodate more than 7,000 worshippers, it’s one of the biggest in the world. This holy place lays claim to a second superlative, too, having the world’s largest fibreglass dome built on top of it. Later on, you’ll visit Bahrain National Museum for a glimpse of relics that date back millennia. The kingdom’s Medieval fort, built by the Portuguese, is on the cards, as well, before the main event – Bahrain International Circuit. You’ll get to visit the welcome centre and the main grand stand.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.