7 Days trip in Syria

Budget: 0 USD - 2750 USD Beach activities City sightseeing Shopping Nightlife Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration Food exploration Festivals/events Spa and wellness retreats Historical landmarks
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Syria is a culturally rich and diverse country with a complex history and a varied landscape. It is known for its ancient heritage, including historic sites like Palmyra and Damascus, as well as its rich cuisine and vibrant cultural traditions.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to SYP
SYP 13,002
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. The Citadel of Aleppo

    120 minutes

    Start your trip with a visit to The Citadel of Aleppo, one of the most significant landmarks of Syria. It served as a military fortress for ages.

  2. Great Mosque of Aleppo

    90 minutes

    The Great Mosque of Aleppo is undoubtedly one of the most important Islamic sights in Syria. You can have a peaceful afternoon in its tranquil and peaceful ambiance.

  3. Souk al-Zarab

    180 minutes

    Finish your first day by indulging in some fantastic Syrian cuisine in Souk al-Zarab, a popular market place in Aleppo where you can shop and dine at the same time!

Day 2

  1. Dead Cities

    300 minutes

    On your second day, explore the Dead Cities of Syria, a group of remarkable abandoned buildings that will give you a glimpse into the life of the civilians who fled from persecution in ancient times.

  2. Al-Madina Souq

    180 minutes

    Al-Madina Souq, or The City Souq, is the most extensive covered market in Aleppo. You can find various items, including clothes, spices, and other souvenirs.

  3. Syrian Restaurant

    120 minutes

    End your day with a taste of traditional Syrian cuisine in one of the authentic Syrian restaurants in Aleppo and discover the flavors of the local dishes.

Day 3

  1. Tishreen Park

    120 minutes

    Visit Tishreen Park, where you can relax, walk or jog in the park, which is abundant with birds and greenery.

  2. Al-Qaiqan Mosque

    60 minutes

    The Al-Qaiqan Mosque is an exquisite example of Islamic art and architecture, featuring stunning domes, walls, and minarets.

  3. Oncupinar

    120 minutes

    Head to Oncupinar on the Syrian-Turkish border, a nearby city that offers some excellent street food, magnificent views of both countries, and fantastic shopping experiences.

Day 4

  1. Ebla

    240 minutes

    Visit Ebla, an ancient kingdom that once held significant value and discover their artifacts and remnants of the city that now lies in ruins.

  2. Omari Mosque

    90 minutes

    The Omari Mosque is a historic and religious Islamic site in Daraa that has been around since ancient times.

  3. An-Nibras Palace

    120 minutes

    End your day with a visit to An-Nibras Palace in Hama, an Arabian-style palace that offers beautiful and relaxing spa and wellness activities.

Day 5

  1. Apamea

    240 minutes

    Apamea, a Roman city that dates back to the 4th century BC, offers tourists some magnificent views of ruined edifices and astounding architectural works that showcase the Romans' skills and architecture.

  2. Krak des Chevaliers

    180 minutes

    Krak des Chevaliers is unquestionably one of Syria's most iconic historic edifices, offering a glimpse of the Castles of the Crusades. You can witness the medieval era preserved to this day.

  3. Azem Palace

    120 minutes

    Conclude your day with a visit to Azem Palace in Damascus, the perfect confluence of Ottoman and Syrian architectural styles that bring out the beauty of Damascus's historic buildings.

Day 6

  1. Palmyra

    300 minutes

    Visit Palmyra in Homs, one of the most unfamiliar historical sites worth exploring and enjoying the stunning outdoors of the countryside.

  2. Roman Theatre

    90 minutes

    The impressive and well-preserved Roman Theatre of Bosra showcases how the empire's influence spread across various regions of the world.

  3. Bab Al-Saghir Cemetery

    120 minutes

    The Bab Al-Saghir Cemetery is a beautiful yet hidden attraction in Damascus, where hundreds of influential personalities and religious figures are buried.

Day 7

  1. Umayyad Mosque

    180 minutes

    The Umayyad Mosque is one of the most beautiful Islamic structures in Damascus, a must-visit that offers a range of historical and religious experiences.

  2. National Museum Of Damascus

    120 minutes

    The National Museum of Damascus showcases the rich Syrian culture and history, providing insights into the various eras that the country has witnessed throughout its existence.

  3. Old Damascus Markets

    180 minutes

    End your tour by indulging in the traditional Syrian Atmosphere of Old Damascus Markets where you can buy delicious sweets and souvenirs.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-25 USD per night
Budget Hotel
30-60 USD per night
25-80 USD per night


2-5 USD per ride
Local Bus
0.20-0.80 USD per ride
Private Car Hire
70-120 USD per day


Street Food
1.5-5 USD per meal
Budget Restaurant
5-15 USD per meal
Upscale Restaurant
25-50 USD per meal


Entrance fee for historical sites
2-6 USD per attraction
Day trip to the beach
50-100 USD per day
Visit to wildlife reserve
20-50 USD per person

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