Explore Abu Dhabi on a full-day sightseeing tour from Dubai. See the fantastic Sheik Zayed Mosque, drive along the Corniche, and visit the Heritage Village. See the Formula 1 race track and the Ferrari World theme park.
What to Expect
Explore Abu Dhabi on a sightseeing tour from Dubai. After the pick-up at your hotel you'll drive to the capital of the United Arab Emirates to begin your guided tour.
After arriving in the city, stop at the breathtaking Sheikh Zayed Mosque. See one of the world’s largest mosques with space for more than 40,000 believers. The mosque is completely covered with marble and has many intricate Islamic decorations.
Continue along the Corniche and past the Emirates Palace through the city center. Stop off at the Heritage Village, where you can visit a small museum among other attractions. Here you can gain an insight into the traditions of the country before the oil boom.
On the tour you will see the Corniche, a scenic seaside promenade with the best views of the growing modern capital. Depart from Abu Dhabi over several distinctive bridges with fantastic views of the Formula 1 race track and the Ferrari World theme park.
- Transfers from/to your hotel
- Sightseeing tour
Know Before You Go
Please wear appropriate clothing – long pants or skirts and long-sleeved tops. See-through clothing or short pants are not allowed. Skirts must be ankle length. Tight-fitting clothing and swimwear are not permitted. You must remove your shoes before entering the mosque. Women must wear a headscarf.
Intimate behavior, such as holding hands or kissing, is forbidden in a Muslim house of worship. Smoking and eating are also not allowed.
It is forbidden to take photos of covered women, palaces, military personnel, government departments, and the police.
There may be changes in the tour schedule for tours during the month of Ramadan and on bank holidays.
This is a public group tour. Since several guests will be picked up at different hotels, there may be changes to the start time of the tour.
Tours are held in English and German, depending on the participants on the tour.