6 Days in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Country manager @ Trip.Expert
Rise high from the hot desert sand, Dubai is exemplary to the city of the future and home to architectural masterpieces and mind-blowing achievements. The ascending popularity of Dubai among tourists in recent years is due to its inexhaustible range of attractions and uncompromised award-winning hospitality and tourism standards. The lavish, sunlit and splendidly photogenic city offers you an opportunity to enjoy the astonishing skyline, fabulous beaches, breathtaking natural scenery, and world record-breaking attractions. Enchanting conjunction of flashing ultra-modern city and the mysterious Arab desert ways, Dubai is a top destination to visit. A place like no other where anyone can find exciting experiences that will create unforgettable memories for a lifetime.
It is recommended to buy tickets to the main attractions in advance. Not only because they are very popular but also due to the Coronavirus restrictions.
We provide an option to buy tickets via GetYourGuide which offers the best prices with free cancellation.
Public Transportation in Dubai
As the city of the future, Dubai is well-connected by efficient public transport that helps locals and tourists to navigate the city, conveniently and inexpensively.
Famous for its fully automated rail system and driverless trains, the Metro is the first public transport choice in Dubai, fast, modern, and easy to use.
Reach most of Dubai landmarks and connects the majority of the attractions. It is less frequent than the Metro but still very reliable and relatively cheap.
Very easy to find in the city, especially near the main attractions.
Sort of traditional wooden water-taxis, the best way to cross Dubai Creek.
Please note that in Dubai, women have different sitting arrangements. On the bus, they sit in front seats of the buses, and on the Metro and Tram, they have special cabins. There are also "Pink Taxis" driven by women and for women and families only.
More information about Dubai's public transportation, including travel cards and updated rates, can be found at Dubai's Roads Transport Authority.
For the latest news and updates on Covid-19 and travel restrictions due to pandemic, please view the official requirements at The United Arab Emirates' Government portal.
What Not to Do in Dubai
• Please kindly remember that Dubai although highly modern, is a Muslim country.
• Do not ask for alcohol in stores or supermarkets that serve the residents, and don't drink it in public areas.
• You have to dress up modestly, men or women should not wear shorts or miniskirts, the knees should not be seen.
Swimsuits are allowed on the beach and hotel pools only.
• Women should not swim or sunbathe topless.
• Endearment and affection in public, as hugging or kissing, are not acceptable.
• Behave properly and do not use strong language or swearing.
• Do not use your left hand for greeting, it considered rude.
• Drinking or eating in public areas during Ramadan is forbidden.