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Book Cheap Flights from Washington Dc to Khartoum

Flights from Washington, DC to Khartoum

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Airports in Washington, DC

Washington DC is served by 3 major airports. These are Washington Dulles International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, and Washington National Airport. The Washington Dulles International Airport is situated around 42 kilometers away from the downtown Washington DC. Both passenger & cargo services are provided from here to various domestic and international destinations such as Moscow, Paris, Delhi, Tokyo, Vienna, London, San Francisco, Orlando, Boston, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from all these airports using metrorail, Silver Line Express Bus, shuttle bus service, rental cars, taxi services, and Washington flyers.

Explore Khartoum

Khartoum is the capital of Sudan. It comprises three cities - Khartoum, Khartoum North and Omdurman all located at the confluence of Blue and White Nile rivers. River Nile has given Sudan several notable civilizations, the oldest of them dates back to 3000 BC. Consequently, the city is home to 597 cultural groups and a wide range of architectural monuments. It is best to start a day in Khartoum from the country’s largest museum, the National Museum of Sudan and to end it with a walk down the Nile Street.

The National Museum of Sudan

The National Museum of Sudan is home to the country’s most comprehensive archaeological collection and it dates back to many centuries. Central to them all are two Egyptian temples of Buhen and Semna that were built by Egyptian Pharaohs.

Sudan Ethnographic Museum

Sudan Ethnographic Museum presents a bird’s eye view of Sudan’s 597 cultural groups and their respective ways of life. This museum places an emphasis on Sudanese nomadic tribes and is full of their artifacts, models of traditional homes, agricultural tools and utensils.

Shari'a Al-Nil (Nile Street)

Nile Street is one of the most beautiful streets in Khartoum. Situated on the banks of Blue Nile River, this palm lined street features top class attractions like the Presidential Palace and a number of colonial buildings.

Best Time to Fly to Khartoum

The peak time to visit Khartoum is during the winter season that runs from December to February. It is the best time of the year to enjoy sightseeing away from the city’s high temperatures and to enjoy events like European Film Festival and Nile Print Expo.