The Al Haramain Express train website allows passengers to book and buy tickets easily. The trip between Makkah and Madina starts from SAR150 in regular class and SAR250 in business class. Travel between Makkah and Madina takes less than two and a half hours.
All stations offer several facilities including business class lounges, a public transport center, parking lots, civil defense stations, mosques, and commercial spaces catering to traveller needs.
Raffles Makkah Palace, Dar Al Tawhid Intercontinental Makkah, and Hilton Makkah Convention Hotel have received great reviews from guests regarding the views from these luxury hotels. Also, Conrad Makkah, Millennium Makkah Al Naseem, Swissotel Al Maqam Makkah, and Jabal Omar Hyatt Regency Makkah are few steps from the Kaaba and the Holy Mosque.
No. In the City of Makkah, only Muslims are allowed. Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter or travel through Makkah; attempting to enter Makkah as a non-Muslim can result in penalties such as a fine; while being in Makkah as a non-Muslim can result in deportation.