With more than 30 islands in the heart of the Persian Gulf, Bahrain has been the hub of various trade routes since ancient times.
Manama, the capital, in addition to hosting the famous national museum, it is impossible not to admire the tradition, culture and beauty of this nation to be discovered, from spices, fabrics, architecture.
Considered the Pearl of the Persian Gulf, it could be a viable alternative and, why not, finding a property in Bahrain could prove a profitable investment.
If you're eager to learn more, just read the next few lines carefully. We'll give you all the advice in detail to ensure you have the knowledge of the country that will allow you the luxury of investing in brick with your eyes closed!
Let's start by saying that this archipelago has become very popular in recent years, especially for Western investors.
No doubt famous for the Formula 1 Grand Prix, this state invests more and more in tourism, accommodation facilities but also in the real estate market.
The local beauties are of undoubted magnificence: from the skyscrapers of the capital we pass to the picturesque markets that dot the entire nation, not to mention the fascinating tombs of the ancient necropolis of Dilmun, with its imposing fortresses.
If history and oriental culture are your passion, this is the place for you!
But this is certainly not the end of it.
You'll no doubt want to know what are the best seasons for a short holiday or, in general, what are the temperatures in this state.
Well, we recommend you (if you just want to stay temporarily) to leave in spring or autumn, as the summer months are characterized by very high temperatures and frequent sandstorms.
How to get there?
Bahrain International Airport is located six kilometers from the capital but is connected with the text of the world thanks to the 40 airlines.
As for the documentation required to enter Bahrain, you will need to obtain it:
-tourist visa (valid only for 2 weeks and available at the airport at a cost of 12 euros or visa with monthly validity at a cost of 60 euros)
For more detailed information, simply visit the Bahraini Ministry of the Interior website.
The currency is the Bahrain Dinar (BHD), and the cost of living is high but on the other hand is proportionate to a country rich thanks to the oil fields.
It is possible both to rent in the capital, but also to buy a property.
To make you understand how proportionate and sometimes convenient the real estate market to the nation we are describing, just think that an extra luxury villa in the heart of the capital reaches a price of 350,000 euros.
What can I say, we just have to wish you a good trip to this wonderful land!
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