Flights to Dubai

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March 13

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The Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central Dubai International airport receive a wide range of flights from up to 260 destinations on every continent apart from Antarctica. It is easy to find a carrier or flight to Dubai on any budget. Both airports feature modern facilities, convenience, and there is a variety of transportation from the airports into the city.

Quick facts about Dubai

Car rent
from $ 39 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 39 per night
Emirati dirham
Reference average prices in Dubai
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 8.17
🍕 Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 54.45
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 9.53
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 1.36
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 1 651

Best times to visit Dubai

The best time to explore the city
From December to February when the weather is at its best.
Hotel from $14 per night
The subtropical desert of Dubai offers scorchingly hot summers and very mild or pleasantly warm winters with average temperatures ranging from 19.5 °C to 36.5 °C
The average rainfall in a year is 150mm
The weather

From December to February the weather is at its best and you can avoid the extreme heat that abounds for most of the year.

The most populous and the largest city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is known for ultra-modern architecture, luxury shopping, and a vibrant night scene.

Located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is the capital and one of the seven emirates that make up the UAE. Known as the business hub of the Middle East, this global city is also a major transport hub for passengers and cargo alike. One completely dependent on oil revenue, Dubai has diversified over the years and today relies mostly on revenue from tourism, trade, aviation, financial services and real estate.

Things to do in Dubai

With a population of about 3 million, Dubai attracts visitors from all around the world all year round. With locations like the popular Burj Khalifa which dominates the city’s skyline with its 830m height, and others like the Atlantis islands with its resorts and parks, not to mention the desert tours and luxurious hotels, the things to see and do in Dubai are endless. Below is some of the fun you can get into while in Dubai.


Purchase The Entertainer Book or Dubai Card at the airport and get a discount for activities ranging from museums and cinemas to theme parks, shops, gyms and spa. Although the price of such a book is not cheap, but if you are set to really see everything, the purchase will pay off quickly enough. Or go for free city tours, which are conducted in English every day from 10 am.


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By the way, the population of the city is 3 million.

Visit the IMG Worlds of Adventure

The world’s largest indoor theme park, the IMG Worlds of Adventure is truly impressive at the size of 28 football fields. The ultimate world of fun, the park’s over 20 rides and attractions were designed after themes of Cartoon Network, Marvel, Lost Valley Dinosaur, and the IMG Boulevard. The park is a world on its own where kids and adults alike can let loose and enjoy themselves.

The Burj Khalifa

The world’s tallest building, The Burj Khalifa is an 830m-tall tower that attracts visitors from all over and you’ll need to buy tickets as far as 30 days in advance to avoid wait times. From any of its two observation decks you can get fabulous views of the city below. At the foot of the tower is Dubai Fountain another beauty, which features light and jets choreographed to music.


This stunning feat of engineering and architecture, which has the world’s highest observation platform and fun interactive screens, is a must-visit for visitors to the Dubai Emirates.

Madinat Jumeirah

A contemporary and at the same time traditional interpretation of an Arab village, Madinat Jumeirah is a beautiful development of desert-coloured hotels, desert-coloured hotels, villas and even a souq market.


Especially enchanting at night when the gardens are bathed in romantic lighting, in its centre lies Souk Madinat Jumeirah; a bazaar where visitors can find souvenirs, arts and crafts. While it may not feel like a completely authentic Arab market, this part of the city is well worth the visit.

Burj Al Arab

With its luxurious interior and gorgeous, eye-gawking exterior, the Burj Al Arab is as significant to Dubai as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. The iconic landmark was completed in 1999 on an artificial island which houses a fleet of chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce limousines as well as its own helipad. The lobby alone is 180m high, and guests need a restaurant or room reservation to get past the lobby security, which is worth it if even only to tour within.

Dubai Cuisine

Dubai has a rich food scene influenced by dishes from all over the world; however its biggest influencer is no doubt Middle Eastern cuisine combined with traditional Emirati.


Visitors can try foods like kibbeh, made from lamb, beef or camel meat and coated with pine nut-filled balls, which are further covered in bulgur wheat and deep fried. This crispy dish is usually served with a potent garlic sauce. You could also try the vegetable-friendly fattoush, which is a salad made with vegetables and herbs, toasted or fried bread along with pomegranate seeds for flavor.


The Jellab is a popular Arabic drink that is often had on hot summer nights or during Ramadan. It contains a blend of rose water and grape molasses usually with toppings of raisins or pine nuts.

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