Here are my top things to do in Medina
1.Pray & Visit: Masjid al-Nabawi also known, as the Prophet’s Mosque is most likely the prime reason for travelling to Medina. The mosque is built beautifully and is the resting place of the Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) and is grave is open to visitation. The site is the second
holiest place in Islam and second largest mosque in the world. Despite all of
its marvels the architecture alone will have you blown away. It is simply
its magnificent. I do know that it is located close to a very big mall, somewhere behind the mall a mere minutes away. The park is security-gated to ensure only families enter and the park has paved route through the whole area. By the way its massive, by far the largest park I’ve been to in KSA and by far my favorite.There are play areas for children and shaded areas for sitting. There is also parking slots, so you can park close by to where you decide to settle. I have to mention again how large this park is, it is so big that no matter where we were we seemed completely isolated even thou there were plenty of families there that day.