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Weather, the Best time to travel

Dubai is a city located on the Persian Gulf coast of the United Arab Emirates, famous for its ultramodern architecture and lively nightlife scene. Its bustling economy, state-of-the-art architecture, entertainment options and hospitality industry are very inviting for people of all ages. There are many amazing attractions, mammoth aquariums and cultural highlights, worth visiting. With everything so extravagant in this city, it comes under the list of Top 30 most expensive cities around the world. Located in the middle of the desert, Dubai has a hot and dry season all year round. The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March as you see bright blue skies with 15°C  to 30°C temperatures, ideal beach-going weather. Which is why it's the peak tourist season in Dubai.

Airport in Dubai

Dubai has two public airports, among them Dubai International Airport (DXB), an International and Domestic airport, serves Dubai and United Arab Emirates. Located in the Al Garhoud district, 4.5 km from east Dubai, it is the world's busiest airport as per the international passenger traffic. This airport has three terminals and its Terminal 3 is the largest airport terminal in the world. The best way to commute to or from the airport is by taking the metro or airport buses. You can also choose to take a taxi from the airport, which is a bit pricey but is the most convenient option.

Transportation in Dubai

 If you are travelling to this city for the first time, you will be amazed to see its iconic architecture and skyscrapers located perfectly amidst its coastline. Travelling to Dubai will be a convenient and exciting experience. This bustling desert city has an exciting influx of galleries and shopping complexes luring in visitors of all ages. It takes around 40 minutes to reach the city centre from the Dubai International Airport (DXB) by metro, with trains coming every 5 to 7 minutes. To avail these public transport services, you need to get and pay using a prepaid NOL card, which is an official transport card for Dubai. And you don't need to purchase a different ticket for different services. Except for Taxis, which needs to be paid in cash and it costs way more than metro, tram or bus. 

How to Get to Dubai

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is the fifth-busiest airport across the globe, as per the passenger traffic. Millions of visitors either land or get a connecting flight from here. Which is why you can easily get multiple direct flights to Dubai on a daily basis and you will have many different flight options to choose from. Many cheaper airlines offer direct or connecting flights to this airport, depending on the route. If you are travelling on a budget, you can get the cheapest and most convenient flight options to Dubai. But you might have to take one or more connecting flights. And the actual schedule or connectivity of flights vary, depending on your origin. World’s leading airline Emirates operates direct flights to Dubai from anywhere across the world. Popular airlines like Air France, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, Etihad, Gulf Air, Flybe, Cathay Pacific, and Turkish Airlines also fly to and from Dubai, usually with one or more stop-overs. Frequent flyers can avail cheap flights to Dubai at the last minute, but for a first-timer, it is always better to finalise bookings months in advance. Getting to the city centre from Dubai International Airport is quite convenient and en route, you can easily spot the tallest building in the world, The Burj Khalifa. You can use the airport taxi services, buses or the underground metro trains for a convenient option. 

Hotels in Dubai

Dubai is known for its hospitality, lavish hotels, luxury retreats and villas. It has all the luxuries in the world to offer you. The hotels in Dubai that are located in Downtown Dubai will cost you around 1000 AED to 2,900 AED per night on an average, which is an average estimated cost for a hotel that is located in this neighbourhood and offers excellent services and hospitalities. If you are aiming to get any Dubai Hotel deals, or cheap hotels in Dubai you need to find accommodation in places like Deira. You can find hotel deals between 300 to 700 AED. A decent 3-star Dubai hotel in downtown will cost you anywhere between 900 to 1,400 AED. And, to book Dubai Hotels of the 4-star category, you need to spend around 2,000 and 4,500 AED. As you go beyond that budget for Dubai Hotel deals, you can find the most luxurious and high-end, 5 or 7-star hotels or luxury resorts like Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, The Palm, Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Bulgari Resort, Royal Mirage Dubai, which will cost you at least 2,900 AED or more. 

Top Tourist Attractions in Dubai

Whether you want an adrenaline rush or just wanna watch the city’s dramatic skyline from Business Bay or having dinner in the sky, almost anything is possible in this city. Marvellous skyscrapers and a rich Arabian heritage add to the beauty of this city. Dubai is the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination and has so many fun-filled attractions for people of all ages. To treat the family with kids many themed and water parks like Motion gate, Bollywood Park, Legoland, Dubai Aquarium and underwater zoo are available. Dubai malls are the hub of leisure, entertainment, and shopping, and to immerse yourself in an experience of captivating music and water fountains; you should visit the Dubai Fountain.  

Top Places to dine and shop in Dubai

While in Dubai head over to the Dubai Mall and the Mall of Emirates for an extravagant and surreal shopping experience. Visit the Bur Dubai, Deira market, Textile Souk and delve deeper into its local markets and street shopping. From authentic aromatic spices and dry fruits to amazing Arabic souvenirs, handicrafts and traditional clothes, there are many options to choose from. You can easily find a variety of authentic food in Dubai. But if you want to get the taste of authentic the Middle East and Asian flavours, like Al Machboos, Maq'louba or Khuzi, you must head over to Downtown. For budget food options, head over to old Dubai, or Deira market. Dubai is also known for its Camel meat dishes. You indulge in local delicacies like Chicken Machboos, Harees, Fireed, Frsee'ah, and even local coffee Gawah (Arabic Coffee). You can also go for an amazing dinner cruise experience with authentic International and Asian food delights international and Asian food, and breathtaking views of the skyline of Dubai, which will make the whole experience unique.

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