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Top places where most tourists visit during the holy month of Ramadan

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 You probably know if you are one of those travel bugs that some amazing cities around the world get a new and vibrant life during the holy month of Ramadan. You will witness many things beyond your expectation once you visit one such tourist destination during a time when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset.

To people who belong to the Muslim community and practice Islam, the month of Ramadan is the holiest one. It’s not that Muslims only wait for Ramadan, as it is the most spiritual time for them; even non-Muslims eagerly look forward to this period to traveling to some beautiful places. If you wish to travel to a Muslim-majority destination the next year, ensure that you follow calendar 2022.

You probably know if you are one of those travel bugs that some amazing cities around the world get a new and vibrant life during the holy month of Ramadan. You will witness many things beyond your expectation once you visit one such tourist destination during a time when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. It is advisable to book flights and hotels in advance if you plan to travel to one of the below-mentioned cities during Ramadan, the ideal prayer time for Muslims.

Mecca
To every follower of Islam, Mecca is the holiest of all Muslim cities around the world. Muslims reckon that this city is the birthplace of Muhammad. Hence, people, irrespective of religion, like traveling to this place during Ramazan, as it boasts the holiest Muslim pilgrimage site. 

The overall look and feel of Mecca change completely during this divine time prior to the Eid-ul-Fitr festival. The Saudi Arabian city looks amazing and becomes lively to a great extent.

Dubai
3 out of 5 tourists love traveling to Dubai to witness its scenic places and experience amazing nightlife besides shopping. This particular city is a tourist-favorite because people from different parts of the globe visit it round the year. However, during the sacred month of Ramadan, it looks more captivating. 

You will find natives enjoying scrumptious meals with friends and families in restaurants, besides homes after the sunset during Ramadan time. You will cherish every moment you spend in this amazing city Dubai at a time when Muslims celebrate the most revered occasion of them.

Cairo
The streets, lanes and by-lanes of Cairo are adorned with decorative lanterns during Ramadan. You will witness if you visit this ancient city any time during the most important month as per Islam that natives lit lanterns at sunset, which indicates the end of the fast, and turn off them by dawn. 

Stores in the city's main market, aside from several other shops, sell a wide range of things, including ornaments, attire, handicraft items, foods, etc. The capital city of Egypt dons a completely new look during Ramadan.

Istanbul
The largest city of Turkey happens to be one of the most favorite destinations among tourists. Istanbul's picturesque places, natural beauty, architectural structures, grand mosques, culture, people, food, etc., drive people to this city from all over the world throughout the year. 

However, to make your trip more memorable, the best time to visit this bustling city is during the holiest month in Islam. Make sure that you pay a visit to the Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmed Mosque) when you are in Istanbul to witness how local people (mostly Muslims) offer their prayers during Ramzan.

Aside from the ones mentioned above, know that there are many other cities such as Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Fes, etc., where many tourists travel during the holy month of Ramadan.

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