Bulgari Resort Dubai
Jumeirah Bay Island, Jumeirah 2
The luxurious Bvlgari Resort Dubai is situated on the island of Jumeirah Bay with a Mediterranean-style focus. Sandy beach, yacht club, villas overlooking the sea – everything you need for an unforgettable holiday.
Renaissance Downtown Hotel
Marasi Drive, PO Box 191984
The new and stylish Renaissance Downtown is located in the rapidly developing Business Bay district. It offers a scenic view of the skyscrapers and the Dubai Water Canal.
Dubai Mandarin Oriental
Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1
Another stylish resort complex in the Jumeirah area. All rooms are executed in sophisticated design with modern elements. You can enjoy the views of the blue sea and the city, go to the spa centre and local restaurants. There is a children’s club for children of all ages.
Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach
Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 2
Beach resort in the Jumeirah area overlooking the modern city and the Persian Gulf. Make sure to take a stroll through the large palm garden and take pictures with the background of elegant Arabic architecture.
XVA Art Hotel
Al Fahidi Street, Bur Dubai
This is a unique option for those who want to stay in the heart of the historic Al-Fahidi district. Each room is a unique work of art from popular artists and designers in Dubai. Don’t forget to look at the gallery and shop at the hotel, where you can buy crafts and local works.
Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai
Caesars Palace Bluewaters Island, Bluewaters Island
Beach Hotel built on the artificial island of Bluewaters. One of the best additions to it is the world’s largest Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel. The restaurant of a famous chef Gordon Ramsay “Hell’s Kitchen” is also on the island.
Future and Architecture
Exhibition complex «Expo-2020»
Expo Road, Dubai South, Jebel Ali
World known exhibition «Expo-2020» in the area of Jebel-Ali is the true confirmation that Dubai never stops introducing technologies. People from all corners of the world unite here to create innovative architecture of the future. While the event itself is rescheduled for the next year because of the pandemic, it is still possible to explore all the beautiful pavilions built in various futuristic forms. Be sure to see the main attraction of the exhibition – a pavilion of the UAE built in the shape of a flying falcon. Then take a trip to the Austrian pavilion where the traditions of East and West, including tactile and digital sensations, are harmoniously combined. And in the Norwegian pavilion learn everything about the preservation of the seas and oceans!
The Burj Khalifa Observation Deck
1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai
You can’t miss this place if you’re in Dubai for the first time. The tallest skyscraper in the world has two observation areas on the 124 and 128 floors. Start with the first one and look through the telescope and at archive photos to see what old Dubai looked like. Then climb to a height of 555 meters to the most exciting part – the outdoor observation deck.
The Museum of the Future
Trade Centre 2 Trade Centre
It’s a symbol of the New Age and Creativity. It was built not so long ago but it is already called “urban perfection”. The museum located next to the International Trade business centre is in the shape of a crescent or a ring. Its walls are decorated with stunning Arab calligraphy. Innovative exhibitions, educational courses and interactive events using the most advanced technologies are held here.
Al Safa Art & Design Library
Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah Jumeirah 3
The library at Al Wasl Road Art Center is built specifically for designers and artists. Inside the futuristic building there are reading halls and galleries in a minimalistic style..
Zabeel Park Jogging Track, Za'abeel Al Kifaf
The gold frame located in Zabeel Park represents the border between the Old and the New Dubai. The height of the structure is 150 meters! On one side the frame overlooks such modern attractions as the Burj Khalifa skyscraper and on the other side it overlooks the historic areas of Bur Dubai and Deira.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai
The opera, which opened in 2016, symbolizes a traditional Arab boat heading into the future. The building itself is already considered a work of modern art and its cultural value can be compared to the world-famous Broadway.
Culture and Heritage
1 Jumeirah Street, Jumeirah
The futuristic Etihad Museum symbolizes a piece of paper and seven pens that were used to sign the 1971 treaty. That very document created one of the richest countries in the world. When you go to Jumeirah 1 neighborhood you must visit this museum to learn about the culture and the historical events of the state through films, photographs and interactive maps.
Old Town, Downtown Dubai district
The historic district where you can visit traditional oriental shops, the Art Gallery XVA, the Dubai Museum and the Coffee Museum. And of course, don’t forget to try authentic Arabic cuisine at the local Arabian Tea House café.
The best place to start your journey is off the coast of Dubai Creek. Then cross the Al-Fahidi area, take a look at Arab street art and walk through colorful markets, full of gold jewelry and ornaments, and fragrant spices..
Al Shindagha Museum
Al Shindagha, Dubai Creek area
Come here on a trip to Dubai’s past. The Dubai Creek Museum exhibit shows the Emirates' reverent attitude towards its history and traditions.
Street 17, Al Quoz 1
A new cultural area with dozens of art platforms built for contemporary artists on a site of former industrial warehouses.
Helicopter Tour Dubai
Start your acquaintance with Dubai from an unusual angle. During a helicopter ride over the coastal zone you will be able to view the grandiose skyscrapers, business centers and beach islands.
Financial Center Road, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard
The spectacular fountain show is very popular with tourists, so you better arrive early. Dubai Mall is the most convenient way to get here. Try to watch the show during the day and in the evening with colorful lighting. Each experience seems very different!
The restored mountain village is an hour away from Dubai showing the life before the oil boom in the country. It’s great to come here for ecotourism: trekking, camping and kayaking on a huge magical lake. You can also try yourself out as a beekeeper, enjoy natural products or ride horses.
45 2 A Street
La Mer is a beach paradise located between Pearl Jumeira Island and the Jumeira Bay area. Panoramic views of the sea and the city, picturesque piers, street art and lots of entertainment for the whole family
Sports car ride
Irreplaceable activity for lovers of speed and adrenaline. Rent a chic sports car or go to a local motor-racing circuit to feel like a real «Formula One» driver..
Aquashow La Perle
260 Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Habtoor City
A theatrical show by director Franco Dragone, who worked with the world famous circus Cirque du Soleil and singer Celine Dion. It terrifically combines modern special effects, massive aquatic stage, aerial acrobatics and theatrical skills.
Al Maha, Desert Resort & Spa
Desert Conservation Reserve, Al Ain, Dubai Road
Unique experience in a real oasis among infinite sand dunes. The Spa Hotel for adults is located in the Dubai Desert Reserve - the first national park in the UAE.
This is not just a place, but an adventure! Balloon Adventures Emirates is flying balloons over the Rub’ al Khali sandy oasis. Dive into an Oriental fairytale and enjoy the captivating nature scenes from a bird’s-eye view.
The Al Qudra Desert, Love Lakes
Al Qudra, Love Lake
The Love Lake is about 50 kilometers from Dubai, in the Al Qudra desert. This is the perfect place to escape the urban noise, where you can spend a romantic evening at sunset. There are flamingos, swans, geese and ducks in their natural habitat
Ramee Dhow Cruise
Be sure to include a cruise on Dubai Creek with dinner on a traditional Arabic ship in your evening program.
Aquaventure water park
Atlantis The Palm, Crescent Road
Atlantis The Palm Hotel is the most popular water park in the Middle East! In Aquaventure you can slide dozens of water slides, visit attractions and meet cute sea inhabitants.
Restaurants and cafés
Street 27B, Jumeirah 1, Jumeirah Beach Road
This is an excellent place for breakfast with Balinese atmosphere in the area of Jumeirah 1. The SEVA café with vegetable cuisine is located in the wellness centre where meditation and workshops are held. And in a local shop you can look for crystals for spiritual practices.
Shop 02, Jumeirah Fishing Harbour 1, Al Urouba Street
An amazing Asian seafood restaurant with a focus on Japanese cuisine is located in Jumeirah Fishing Harbor. It’s listed among the best places to eat by Forbes.
Netsu by Ross Shonhan
Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeira 1
Nice Japanese steakhouse from famous chef Ross Shonhan at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Here they cook grilled meals, sushi and sashimi using special technique - cooking on straw fire.
Avli By Tashas
Unit C01, Gate Village Building 9, DIFC
A Greek restaurant in the heart of the International Financial Center that celebrates modern Athenian culture. Enjoy vegan delicacies, meat or seafood on slow fire.
102 Beach Rd, Jumeirah 1
The popular cafe of healthy food is located in the area of Jumeirah 1. Its main principle is sustainable nutrition. Come here for breakfast to try vitamin cocktails, homemade nut milk and local food.
Gate Village 06, DIFC
Another restaurant with modern Japanese cuisine located in the heart of the city. Enjoy authentic Japanese dishes in the immediate vicinity of the tallest skyscraper in the world of Burj Khalifa.
Gate Village 10, DIFC
Restaurant in elegant sea style serving wonderful Italian cuisine in Dubai financial center.
LPM Restaurant & Bar
Gate Village 8, DIFC
An island with the atmosphere of the South France is located in the International Finance Centre. The LMP restaurant offers simple but delicious interpretation of French Mediterranean cuisine.