Discover the fascinating city of Abu Dhabi and visit two of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Learn about the future plans for the city, enjoy coffee and cake at the Emirates Palace Hotel, and see the famous Formula 1 race track.
What to Expect
Visit the Heritage Village on the man-made island known as Breakwater on this fascinating tour to Abu Dhabi. Experience the tradition and culture unique to the United Arab Emirates, and get an idea of how things were in past times.
You then drive along the Corniche Road by Zayed Port to the most famous and luxurious hotel in the world, the Emirates Palace. Here you can enjoy a piece of cake and a cup of tea or coffee as you admire the stunning architecture of the hotel.
See Sheikh Zayed Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. Explore this magical place of worship and admire the architectural art. At the end of the tour you can visit the famous Formula 1 race track on Yas Island. Enjoy a refreshing soft drink and admire the view from the Viceroy hotel.
- Pick-up and drop off at your hotel in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, or Ajman
- Tour guide
- 1 cup of tea or coffee and a slice of cake at the Emirates Palace
- 1 soft drink at the Viceroy Hotel
What's Not Included
- Alcoholic drinks
- Transfers from Bab Al Shams hotel and Al Maha Resort
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
Dress code at the mosque:
Visitors must be dressed appropriately upon arrival. Please wear 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.
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.