Tourism in Dubai

United Arabs tourism
The United Arab Emirates is located in the Gulf.  The tourist infrastructure is well developed, meaning that non-Arabic speakers will have no problems.

The United Arab States has has everything to make your Arabian dreams come true!:  - mountains to beaches
- deserts
- camel racing
- Bedouin markets.
- duty-free shopping in Dubai!

The UAE is a formed up by seven states formed in 1971. In terms of tourism, Dubai is very much the main attraction. Though a modern-day metropolis, it is still deeply embedded in its Islamic and Arabian heritage.

Dubai combines east and west : from the international business district to the unspoiled beaches, the breathtaking sand dunes to the lush green parks, the hi-tech shopping malls to the traditional marketplace.


Dubai is situated on the southern shore of the Arabian Gulf. Its year-round sunshine and convenient location at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa ensure its status as both a supreme holiday destination and melting pot for foreigners and ex-patriots.

Dubai's central business district is divided into two parts: Deira on the northern side and Bur Dubai to the south, which are connected by a tunnel and two bridges.

Each has its own share of luxurious skyscrapers, mosques, busy markets and outstanding sports facilities. Outside the city itself, the region is sparsely inhabited and is characterised by desert vegetation, the landscape ranging from rugged mountains to majestic sand dunes.

Dubai is not just a city of excitement. It’s also a city of surprises. Try the ice skating rink in the Galleria shopping mall at the Hyatt Regency, where young men wearing traditional dish dash dress pirouette around the ice while you are able to consume French pastries and coffee at Frosty’s cafe.


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