One of the fastest growing cities of the 21st century, Dubai has reached an astonishing level of development in the last decades. With its cutting-edge architecture, tall, luxurious edifices, world-class hotels, lavish restaurants, top-notch services and beautiful ivory sand beaches, this amazing city is one of the top destinations for the rich and famous, and not only.
Being characterized by a tropical climate, Dubai can get extremely hot especially during the summer and spring. Reaching over 45 degrees in the hot seasons, this impressive city is perhaps best to visit during the winters, when there are about 25 degrees during the day and 10 degrees during the night. However, if you are a sun worshipper, anytime is good to visit Dubai.
From the Old City Centre to the New City Centre and the surroundings, Dubai offers a plethora of attractions, historical landmarks, striking hotels and sensational restaurants. The Old City Centre is home to most of the city’s historical sights such as the Al Ahmadiya School, which is the first school ever built in Dubai. If you are interested in knowing more about the Emirate’s history, than Dubai Museum is a must-visit. Divided in two parts, the Museum’s most fascinating area is the modern one that uses cutting edge technology in order to depict Dubai’s history.
The popular Souks, which are the city’s markets, are probably the only places in Dubai where you will find cheap things, ranging from crafts to traditional food. Housing numerous lovely cafes and inspiring art galleries, Bastakiya District is one of the few neighborhoods in Dubai that still preserves the city’s antique touch. Even though most of the buildings have been restored, when strolling through the heart of Bastakiya District, one can literally sense its reach history. The largest and most beautiful in Dubai, Jumeirah Mosque’s biggest assets is its impressive Islamic architecture along with medieval style in which it was built. The Mosque is opened for tours and it is dedicated to non-Muslims.
Characterized by cutting edge architecture and a lavish touch, the New City Centre is Dubai’s most breath-taking district. At 828 meters high and 160 floors, Burj Khalifa is world’s tallest and most imposing structure. This amazing tower is home to a fascinating Las Vegas-inspired fountain and no less than nine luxurious hotels. Being the only 7 star hotel in the world, Burj al-Arab hotel, apart from offering an exquisite accommodation, also provides tours for those who are interested in seeing a world-class hotel at its best. One of the most astonishing fountains worldwide and the world’s largest dancing fountain, the Dubai Fountain offers a breathtaking spectacle of lights and water in a perfect harmony of sounds. Located off the coast of Dubai, the Palm Islands are the three largest artificial islands in the world. Featuring a stupendous beach, a stunning skyline, lavish hotels, amazing cafes, classy shops, elegant restaurants and an impressive mall, the Dubai Marina is one of the most popular venues in Dubai.
As you have probably noticed, everything about Dubai is world-class, top-notch, cutting-edge and luxurious and visiting this glamorous city is definitely a must!
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