Planning your vocation to Dubai? If so, you are surely documenting the many plans that await you once you land in the imposing capital of one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. This time, from Log travel we propose essential plans for your visit to Dubai coming winter. Take note of what resonates with you the most and enjoy your stay in the Arab Emirates to the fullest.
A masterpiece of architecture and engineering. On floors 124 and 148 you will find two observation decks with an impressive panoramic view of Dubai. It is the tallest building in the world with 828 meters, a visit that you cannot miss.
It may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Dubai but this city has the greenest, quietest, most beautiful and cleanest parks you can imagine. A multicultural environment where you will find playgrounds, zoos, forests and much more. This is the ideal place for a picnic afternoon.
A SAFARI IN THE DESERT
A desert getaway can be a plan to keep in mind. You can opt for an exciting ride on Land Rover or camel, depending on the weather, while watching the sunset. Travel companies usually have packages prepared for this occasion of desert safari Dubai
THE FAHIDI HISTORICAL DISTRICT
Flee the traffic of the big city to enter a labyrinthine zone where calm will reign. It is an area of restored labyrinthine streets and heritage of the city. In many of its traditional sand houses, you will find museums, shops, and cafés with patio, art galleries, accommodation and much more.
BEACH-PARK AL MAMZAR
On a visit to Dubai, you cannot miss the beaches. Al Mamzar brings together the best of a park and a beach. This place has five areas of sand and a great infrastructure for its visitors with a swimming pool, playground for children, barbecues, water sports, bars, lawn areas, cabin and much more.
If you are looking for a contemporary interpretation of a traditional Arab town you will have arrived at the right place and you can even stay at the place. A magical place at nightfall with its fully lit gardens.
When you pass through Dubai you cannot help trying Arab cuisine. Some establishments that we strongly recommend you try are Qwaider Al Nabulsi, Al Mallah, Bait Al-Wakeel and Operation Falafel.
THE SOURCES OF DUBAI
If the Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas are impressive, Dubai has taken care of making theirs taller, bigger and with an incredible light show at night that leaves the beholder enchanted. Make them a dream fund for a family or couple of dinner.
THE ARAB TEA HOUSE
Imagine a flower garden with white wicker chairs and turquoise benches in which an ancient tree of considerable proportions stands out. Now surrounded by an old pearl merchants house in the area. You will have the ideal place to drink tea or taste some Arab delicacy.
DUBAI SPICES ZOCO
The Spice Souk is located east of the city, in Deira, next to the Dubai Gold Souk. It consists of several narrow lanes that line up with their stores. In them, you will find a wide variety of fragrances, aromatic herbs, incenses and shisha in addition to a large number of spices used in Arabic cuisine. You will also find textile items, carpets and other objects.