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Manama Juffair

Manama Juffair CAR RENTAL

location address

Shabab Avenue Bldg 19 Road 462, 75104 Manama


opening hours

MO - SU:

07:00 - 23:00

Bank Holiday:

07:00 - 23:00

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Welcome to Sixt rent a car Manama Juffair

Juffair, being the first place of choice to most of the tourists arriving in Bahrain, has a plethora of options for living and dining needs to suit every budget. Witness the beauty of the Grand Mosque Juffair and the garden adjacent to it. The branch with its experienced staff makes you feel at home every time you visit here.

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What to see with your Sixt rental car in Juffair

The Grand Mosque:  An impressive sight indeed, the Al Fateh Islamic Center (Grand Mosque) has the sought-after distination of being crowned with the world's largest fiberglass dome.

Oil Museum: It was inaguranted on June 2, 1992 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the discovery of oil in Bahrain.Situated next to the still-producing first oil well in the Middle East, the Museum has fascinating exhibits of old photographs, drilling equipment and a working model of an oilrig.

Isa Town:  Home to the notorious Persian market, this is the place to come for carpets and second hand bargains. Bahrain's first new town, Isa Town was built in the 1970's to accommodate local families in new, serviced establishments and is now a thriving community of schools, supermarkets and shopping malls.

Beit Sheikh Isa:  Formerly used by Sheikh Isa bin Ali Khalifa as his residence and center of government from 1869 to 1932, Beit Sheikh Isa is also located in Muharraq and is an excellent example of 19th century architecture and wall carving.

Marine Club:  The Marina Club (17 291 527 ) is another very  popular destination. There is extensive wet and dry mooring, a boat hoist, servicing, painting and a repair yard.

Bahrain Yacht Club:  Once the source of Bahrain's social and economic prosperity; the sea is now the backdrop to thriving social scene and home to many recreational activities worth dropping by for.