Discover the highlights of Abu Dhabi on this 1-day tour from Dubai or Abu Dhabi. Admire the contrast between modern and tradition. Visit mosques and the Marina Shopping Mall, and enjoy the fantastic views of the capital city of the United Arab Emirates.
What to Expect
You’ll be picked up from your hotel in Dubai or Abu Dhabi before exploring the highlights in the capital city of the United Arab Emirates. From Dubai you’ll drive past Jebel Ali Port, the largest man-made harbor in the world, as well as its huge free trade zone. The first stop in Abu Dhabi is Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the country. Here you can admire the fantastic architecture of this impressive religious place.
The tour continues on past the Emirates Palace to the remarkable Heritage Village, where you can experience the traditions and culture of the United Arab Emirates and get a glimpse into the history of the country. After visiting these historical highlights, you can explore the modern side of the city at the popular Marina Shopping Mall with its revolving restaurant and an ice skating rink.
Along the way you’ll see the Corniche, the highly praised beach promenade from where you can enjoy the magnificent views of the modern and ever-expanding city. You then depart from Abu Dhabi via several distinct bridges with fantastic views of the modern Formula 1 circuit and the Ferrari World theme park.
- Hotel pick-up
- Tour guide
What's Not Included
- Entrance to the Formula 1 Racetrack and Ferrari World
- Meals and alcohol
- Visit to the revolving restaurant
- Personal expenses
What to Remember
Please note: This is not a private tour.
Please wear appropriate clothing – modest, conservative, comfortable clothing such as long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and long skirts. Do not wear transparent clothing, shorts, tight clothing, swimming costumes, or beachwear. Skirts must be ankle length.
You must remove your shoes before entering the mosque. Women must wear a headscarf, which cannot be transparent.
Intimate behavior, such as holding hands or kissing, is forbidden in a Muslim house of worship. Smoking and eating are not allowed in the entire mosque area.
Please note that no alcohol will be served in restaurants, bars, and pubs during the month of Ramadan. Eating, drinking, and smoking in public during this time is also forbidden.