Dubai Flights Guide
This global city, located in the United Arab Emirates, is on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and home to a thriving tourist economy, mainly focused on shopping, ancient landmarks and also modern allures. Dubai sits along the Persian Gulf and offers tourists great shopping at the Dubai Mall, stunning architecture like the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
Dubai is so famous for shopping that it’s the home of the world’s largest shopping center, the Dubai Mall, which has over 1,200 retail stores and shops, plus it features the Dubai Aquarium and Under Water Zoo that houses over 33,000 different types of marine life, and the Dubai Ice Rink that has 1,800 pairs of imported Italian skates for residents and tourists to choose from. The mall also has the largest cinema (Reel Cinemas) in the area with a whopping 22 screens.
Dubai is a global city and has many other attractions to offer the millions of tourists that visit each year; its museums include the Dubai Museum that is a restored Al Fahidi Fort built around 1787 and showcases a large collection of exhibits and artifacts from Dubai’s vast history and cultural heritage. Then there is the Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House; this museum is housed in one of the oldest homes in the city of Dubai, and a beautiful example of Dubai’s architecture. It was built in 1896 by Shaikh Saeed (grandfather of the present ruler of Dubai), and showcases the past 50 years of history of the city.
Food and restaurants in Dubai is also famous and boasts several upscale dining establishments and even shawarmas that offer different types of Arabic cuisine. A few of the award-winning, popular restaurants in Dubai include: Calabar (a bar/restaurant), Brauhaus Restaurant, Fazaris, Ewaan, Al Majilis (a coffee shop that also has snacks), Blue Elephant, and Risala. All of the restaurants listed have stunning décor, and a multitude of different cuisines.
Traveling in Dubai is fairly easy, with many different modes of transportation available. You can get around the city in buses, by metro rail, try the Palm Jumeirah Monorail, go via waterways, and take to the air in one of the city’s airports. The Dubai International Airport and the Al Maktoum International
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Dubai Travel Facts
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates connects to 319 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Dubai is 123 miles to Kish Island on Kish Air.
- The longest flight from Dubai is 8308 miles to Los Angeles on Emirates.
- Emirates fly to 99 destinations including Zurich from Dubai.
- Fly Dubai fly to 43 destinations including Yerevan from Dubai.
- Iran Aseman Airlines fly to 9 destinations including Zahedan from Dubai.
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Dubai Airlines & Flight Schedules
- Emirates fly from Dubai to Accra and 99 other cities including Zurich.
- Fly Dubai fly from Dubai to Abha and 43 other cities including Yerevan.
- Iran Aseman Airlines fly from Dubai to Abadan and 9 other cities including Zahedan.
- Pakistan International Airlines fly from Dubai to Dera Ghazi Khan and 9 other cities including Quetta.
- Air India Limited fly from Dubai to Calicut and 6 other cities including Mumbai.
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