Dubai City Tour

Dubai City Tour

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Dubai City Tour

Duration :   1 Day
Price From :    200,00 د.إ
Max People :    50
Start Location:   Dubai
Total Seats :  100/100
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Dubai City Tour

Dubai City Tour Welcome to Dubai, a city renowned for its opulence, innovation, and melting pot of cultures.  we invite you to embark on a city tour experience like no other, where you will discover the rich cultural heritage that lies at the heart of this dynamic metropolis.

As you navigate through Dubai’s bustling streets, you’ll be transported back in time to its humble beginnings as a trading hub on the Arabian Peninsula. Explore the traditional souks, or markets, where you can haggle for spices, textiles, and intricate gold jewelry, immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere that has enchanted merchants and explorers for centuries.

Take a stroll along the Dubai Creek and witness the dhow boats, reminiscent of a bygone era, gently floating by. Marvel at the beautifully restored wind towers and coral-stone houses in the Al Fahidi Historic District, which showcases the city’s architectural heritage.

But Dubai is not just a city rooted in the past. It is a place where tradition meets modernity, and this juxtaposition is evident in its stunning skyline. Visit the iconic Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest skyscraper, and indulge in breathtaking views of the city from its observation decks.

Prepare to embark on a cultural journey like no other in Dubai, where ancient traditions blend seamlessly with modern-day marvels. Let the city’s rich heritage captivate your senses and leave you with lasting memories.

 

Must-visit attractions in Dubai City Tour

Dubai is famous for its larger-than-life attractions that are a testament to the city’s ambition and ingenuity. The highlight of any trip to Dubai is, of course, the Burj Khalifa. Standing at a height of 829 meters, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. The observation decks on the 124th and 148th floors offer stunning views of the city and the surrounding desert.

Another iconic landmark is the Burj Al Arab, the world’s most luxurious hotel. Shaped like a sailboat, the Burj Al Arab embodies the opulence and extravagance that Dubai is known for. You can enjoy afternoon tea or dinner at one of the hotel’s restaurants, or simply marvel at its grandeur from the outside.

For a dose of adventure, head to the Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest flower garden. With over 45 million flowers arranged in stunning designs, the Dubai Miracle Garden is a feast for the senses. You can also visit the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, which houses over 140 species of marine animals, including sharks and rays.

Exploring the historical sites of Dubai

While Dubai is known for its modern and futuristic architecture, the city also has a rich history and heritage that is worth exploring. One of the best places to experience the traditional side of Dubai is the Al Bastakiya Quarter. This historic district features traditional wind-tower houses, narrow alleys, and courtyards that provide a glimpse into Dubai’s past.

Another must-visit attraction is the Dubai Museum, which is housed in the Al Fahidi Fort. The museum showcases the history and culture of Dubai through exhibits and artifacts, including traditional boats, weapons, and musical instruments.

You can also take a stroll through the Dubai Creek, which is the city’s original trading hub. The creek is lined with traditional markets and shops selling spices, textiles, and gold. You can take a traditional abra (water taxi) across the creek and soak in the sights and sounds of the bustling waterfront.

Experiencing the modern side of Dubai

Dubai is synonymous with luxury, and nowhere is this more evident than in its extravagant shopping malls. The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping mall, with over 1,200 stores, an aquarium, an ice rink, and a cinema. The mall also features the Dubai Fountain, a spectacular water and light show that is synchronized to music.

For a more exclusive shopping experience, head to the Mall of the Emirates, which is home to over 700 luxury brands, including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Prada. The mall also features the world-renowned Ski Dubai, an indoor ski resort with real snow.

If you’re looking for a thrill, visit the IMG Worlds of Adventure, the world’s largest indoor theme park. The park features four themed zones, including Marvel, Cartoon Network, and Lost Valley, and over 20 rides and attractions.

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F.A.Q

What are people from Dubai called?

People who come from Dubai are called Emiratis. Approximately 1.5 million Emiratis currently live in the UAE alongside a large expat population from countries across the world including India, Pakistan, Lebanon, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and more.

What can you do in Dubai?

Dubai is a highly diverse destination that caters to all ages and interests. Beach enthusiasts can enjoy relaxing days at the seaside, while adventurers can explore the dramatic desert landscape and discover the local wildlife. The emirate also has a rich culture plus a wide range of entertainment options, theme parks and spa experiences. Dubai is world-renowned for landmarks including Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah and many more

What is Dubai famous for?

Dubai is particularly famous for its eye-catching landmarks, including Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building), Dubai Mall, The Dubai Fountain, Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah (a man-made island in the shape of a palm tree) and more. The latest addition to the skyline is the stunning Museum of the Future. Dubai is also known for its picturesque beaches and desert landscapes, as well as its excellent culinary scene – bursting with diverse flavours, it offers everything from homegrown favourites to cultural staples and celebrity hotspots.

What language do they speak in Dubai?

Dubai's official language is Arabic but there are many variations prevalent in the city. Standard Arabic – the modernised version – is the one you'll encounter in all legal, administrative and government texts, as well as books and newspapers. However, English is the most commonly spoken language in Dubai. With a high number of expats, most of whom speak English as a native or second language, you'll find it easy to make your way around. Other common languages here include Hindi, Urdu and Tagalog.

What was the original name of Dubai?

The earliest recorded mention of Dubai was in a book about geography in the year 1095. It was also referred to as 'Dibei' in the annals of a pearl merchant and as 'Al Wasl' by British historians.

Why do people love Dubai?

People love Dubai because of its diversity, offering an incredible mix of entertainment, beaches and city life for all ages and cultures. The year-round warm weather and beautiful sunny settings are further reasons why Dubai has become a frequented holiday destination. The city is also very safe, easily accessible and offers all the modern amenities

Why do people move to Dubai?

As well as stunning scenery and holiday vibes, Dubai offers a welcoming professional environment that attracts investors, entrepreneurs and talents from across the globe. People also move to Dubai to benefit from its business-friendly infrastructure, family-orientated mindset and minimal tax policies

What's Included

  • Guide
  • Transport
  • Welcome Drinks

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