ABU DHABI City Tour of Abu Dhabi

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  • ABU DHABI
  • U.A.E

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Our bus and guide will meet you at the port of Abu Dhabi.

Abu Dhabi, capital and second most populated city of the United Arab Emirates, was founded in 1761. The city, elegant and modern, is a fascinating mix of tradition and modernity.

During the tour you will visit the following points of interest: 

Sheikh Zayed Road: It is the longest road from the Emirates, which stretches from Al Silah in the emirate of Abu Dhabi and ends at the emirate Ras Al Khaimah, border with Oman. In Abu Dhabi it runs parallel to the coast.

Sheikh Zayed Mosque: known as the Great Mosque, one of the most incredible constructions in the world. Both the exterior of the mosque and its interior will not leave anyone indifferent.

Heritage Village: This open-air museum is a replica of a traditional village on an Oasis where we can admire the Bedouin tradition and the traditional aspects of the desert lifestyle.

The Corniche: popularly known as the "Manhattan of the Gulf", due to the profusion of parks, gardens, magnificent mosques and wonderful fountains.

Marina Mall and Hotel Emirates Palace (photos stop): this is the most expensive luxury hotel in the world.

Louvre Museum (photo stop): Opened in 2017, this architectural work combines art and light in a unique space. Its most characteristic element and hallmark is the steel dome. This vault is composed of several layers of geometric mosaics that let in the rays of light generating a magical effect.

Yas Waterworld (photo stop): is a water park built on an artificial island. The attractions add water games, special effects, high technology, lighting and the visitor can choose the development and the end of the journey from more than thirty five possible combinations.

Yas Island: here is the Yas Marina Circuit, where the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix of Formula 1 is celebrated since 2009.

Return to the port.


GENERAL INFORMATIONS CITY TOUR OF ABU DHABI

SUPPLEMENTS:

  • Entrance to the Heritage Village Museum included, open from Saturday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Entrance to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque Mosque included open from 09h to 22h from Saturday to Thursday, Friday, only in the afternoon from 16: 30h to 22: 00h.

IMPORTANT:

Mandatory dress code is required for admission to mosques.

  • Women: long loose pants or long skirts, no tight clothing is allowed on the body. They must wear long-sleeved clothing and must cover their heads with a handkerchief. No transparent clothing is allowed.
  • Men: pants, they can be short, as long as they cover the knees. No shirts or shirts with bare shoulders.
  • Bathing suits or obscene clothing are forbidden.
  • Couples can not hug in the Mosque, or to take a picture.

Since December 2018, the Mosque has also marked the following rules:

  • When entering the mosque, customers must register by answering a few questions (Nationality, age, gender, tourist / resident, TTOO). In each language.
  • Customers will receive an entry bracelet.
  • The marked route must be followed.
  • Access to the interior of the mosque, where the prayer hall is located, is prohibited. Pictures of the interior will have to be taken from the central courtyard.
  • Since the main prayer hall will not be entered, shoes should not be removed at any time during the visit.

IMPORTANT NOTE: THE ORDER OF THE PLACES TO VISIT MAY VARY WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

SHORE2SHORE is not responsible for the competent authorities not allowing entry to the mosque for not adhering to the dress code.

OUR GUIDES do not have clothes they can lend, nor do they have clothes to sell.

OBSERVATIONS:

  • Easy / Panoramic / Cultural Level.
  • Mandatory to wear appropriate clothing in places of worship that will be visited.
  • Comfortable shoes required.
  • Fridays are closing days of the Mosques due to religious celebrations, in addition to the national holidays of variable date according to the Muslim calendar, and the following dates: January 1, August 6, November 19, November 30.
  • People with reduced mobility, who use a wheelchair must be accompanied by another person who can help them. Please use folding wheelchairs, since buses do not have elevators or ramps.