Riyadh: The Boulevard Recreation City, once one of the main venues for the Riyadh season, is now open to the public. The boulevard will become the largest cultural and cultural city in the capital. This is the first time access to the site has been made completely free.
As part of the celebration of Saudi Arabia’s Foundation Day on February 22, those who wore traditional Saudi clothing were given free admission. That’s it. But now admission is free for all categories of people without any conditions. It went into effect on Wednesday.
It was difficult for low-income people, including foreigners, to go there and pay for tickets except to hear about Bollywood. A family with more than one child needed a good amount of money to enter the city. Tickets had to be picked up again to enter certain areas of the city. This was not affordable for low-income earners. But now that it’s completely free, it’s open for all kinds of people to enjoy the amazing scenery of Iowa.
At the start of the Riyadh season, the entrance fee was 55 riyals on normal working days and 110 riyals on weekends. It was later reduced to 25 Arabian Reals per day. It has now been completely eliminated. A group of school children and a group of institution workers are now coming to the Boulevard. Hundreds of tourists visit Saudi Arabia every day. They too will be relieved by the new decision. Free car parking is also available from Sunday to Wednesday. From Thursday to Saturday you will have to pay 10 Arabian Rials for the first hour and 5 Arabian Rials for each subsequent hour.