a city that doesn’t fail to impress
Dubai:a city that doesn’t fail to impress
During your stay, enjoy a city full of contrasts, from the Burj Khalifa to the Palm Jumeirah. Impressive skyscrapers next to neighbourhoods where you can discover history. Bustling cafeterias, beaches, private islands, mosques calling to pray... This, and much more, is what makes Dubai one of the world’s most important capitals.
Dubai offers many tourist attractions to its visitors, all of which are perfect for speeding up the pace of life. Water parks, zoos, museums or long walks through shopping centres or more traditional souks, without clock watching.
The Dubai Mall
The Dubai Fountain
Burj Al Arab
Dubai Miracle Garden
Every bite of Dubai cuisine is the perfect fusion of Lebanese, Iranian and Syrian food, from which it originates. Dishes full of aromas, flavours and lots of vegetables, perfect for offsetting the temperatures and enjoying the city.
Machboos (meat and rice dish)
The city of Dubai pays homage to ancient and contemporary culture in equal parts. From discovering Bedouin customs and wandering around historical quarters such as Al Fahidi, to enjoying the most cutting edge and international art world. The perfect fusion for an unforgettable stay.
Saruq Al-Hadid Archaeology Museum
Al Ras Library
International Convention Centre
Dubai is characterised by having high temperatures all year, especially in summer. Therefore, using proper sun protection, drinking plenty of water, and wearing natural, lightweight materials such as cotton and linen are imperative to be able to enjoy the city as it deserves.
Connections to Dubai
Dubai’s main bus station, with departures and arrivals of city buses as well as those coming from Abu Dhabi.
Please find below various options for getting around Dubai.
The city’s most modern and convenient transport route has two metro lines which connect all of the key points in Dubai.
The city’s bus network covers 87% of urban areas and was designed in such a way that it connects all points in Dubai, facilitating access.
The most sustainable and efficient way of travelling around the city, Dubai’s tram line circulates the most congested areas with ease.
An affordable alternative to public transport, since a 10-minute journey costs around €15.