Explore a contrast between the past and present of Dubai. See Bastakyia, Dubai Creek, the Jumairah Mosque and Burj Al Arab. Have a lovely lunch around the awesome musical fountains.
What to Expect
You will have the opportunity to discover the spectacular and lively metropolis of Dubai, which developed from a small fishing village at the Dubai Creek. The tour will visit Bastakyia, the old town district of Dubai Museum, located in the ancient fortress of Al-Fahidi. Step into a taxi known as "Abras" to cross the Dubai Creek and enjoy the superb view of the city while heading towards the district of Deira. Here you will be enchanted by the large variety of exotic spices in the famous "Spice Souk", then ponder over souvenirs when you visit "The Gold Souk".
Take advantage of the photo stop at the awe-inspiring Grand Mosque of Jumeirah, built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, and take a snap of the huge iconic Burj Al Arab Hotel. You will then head to the Dubai Burj Khalifa for lunch around the musical fountains, before heading to “Dubai Mall”, with more than 1,200 stores and a host of world class designers. Afterwards, you'll visit Palm Islands and the famous Atlantis Hotel located at the crescent of Palm Jumeirah. Then you'll walk by Dubai Marina before driving through the ultra modern Jumairah Lake Towers complex and reach the Barsha area with the famous Emirates mall and its permanent ski station.
- Pick-up and drop off from Dubai central hotels
- Lunch around the fountains
- Entrance fee to museum and old Dubai district
- Professional Guide
- Visit to Jumeirah Mosque
What's Not Included
- Entrance to Bur Khalifa and Burj Al Arab
- Shopping expenses
- Entrance to Ski Dubai
Know Before You Go
• The National Museum of Dubai is closed only on Fridays before 3.00 pm
• The Jumeirah Grand Mosque in Dubai is open on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and and Thursdays from 08.45 am - 09.45 am, Mondays and Wednesdays from 9.00 am -10.00 am and from 10.15 am - 11.15 am. The mosque is closed on Fridays
• Ladies visiting the mosque must be fully covered, and are required to cover their head with a scarf and not to wear shorts, beachwear or sleeveless outfits
• Men visiting the Mosque should wear long trousers