Like Makkah, there are so many historical sites and places to visit in Madina as well. The unique holy merits of the Prophet’s city, His Mosque (Masjid-e-Nabwi) and His sacred tomb attract every pilgrim that comes from all around the world to visit it. There is no condition for Ihram or talbiyah is necessary or obligatory to visit the Madina or the Prophet’s Mosque (Masjid-e-Nabwi).

Madina is located in central Hejaz. The Red Sea is towards the west side and Makkah is about 200 miles towards the south. Some of the popular sacred sites of Madina are discussed below:


Janna-tul-Baqi holds high significance in the history of Islam. It is Located very close to Masjid-e-Nabawi, this is the site where the battle of Uhad was fought. You can also see the resting places or sites of Hazrat Hamza, among seventy Sahabas, who attained martyrdom (shahadat) in the battle of Uhad. As per local residents, the whole number of Sahabas buried in janna-tul-baqi is more than 10,000.


It was built by Prophet (PBUH) himself, with the help of other Sahabas, therefore is also well-known as the Prophet’s mosque. After Masjid-al-Haram in Makkah, Masjid­-e-Nabwi is the second holiest site in Islam.

Prophet  (PBUH) grave

The resting place of our beloved Prophet (PBUH) is right there in the Masjid-e-Nabwi or Mosque of the Prophet (PBUH) in Madina. The grave lies within the boundary of the house where Hazrat Aisha (RA) and the Prophet (PBUH) lived.

Home of Sahabees

Madina hosts the homes of numerous Sahabees who hold important repute in the Islamic tradition and Islamic history. These include homes of:

* Hazrat Usman (R.A), now known as Masjid-e-Usman

* Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A), now known as Masjid-e-Abu Bakr

* Hazrat Umar (R.A), now known as Masjid-e-Umar

* Hazrat Ali (R.A), now known as Masjid-e-Ali

* Hazrat Bilal (R.A), now known as Masjid-e-Bilal

* Imam Bukhari (R.A), now known as Masjid-e-Bukhari


Quba is the place on the outer edge of Madina where the Prophet (PBUH), accompanied by Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA) arrived and stayed first after emigrating from Makkah. Masjid-e-Quba was established here by the Prophet (PBUH), the first to be built in Islamic history. Prophet (PBUH) used to visit this mosque (masjid) every Saturday.


Bir is an Arabic term meaning ‘well’, from where water is taken out.

Hazrat Usman (RA) took the initiative and purchased the half of it from Yahudees, later on the Yahudees also sold the other half part to him. This ‘well’ is therefore named on Hazrat Usman (RA), and is an significant destination for Ziyarat in madina.

Mount Uhud

Mount Uhud is the largest mountain in Madina. It is situated in the north of Madina and it also consists of a set of mountains that extends from the east to the west with a length of 7 kilometres. is one of the authorized Umrah travel agent based in UK offers a range of  Hajj Packages from UK

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