Its Abu Dhabi City tour Capital Emirate of the 7 Emirates - Abu Dhabi. wonderful skyscrapers, beautiful villas, world most famouse breath-taking Mosques and places along its Riviera-like breakwaters. Abu Dhabi is a perfect combination of modernity and culture, and has world's third largest Mosque named Sheikh Zayed Mosque, a perfect example of Islamic architecture. Our well-trained, expert guides will take you through all the important landmarks of this capital city, so your tour becomes an experience thats worth cherishing.
we will pcik you in a Private Vehicle (Maximum 6 people) between 08:00 - 08:45 for this city tour from your hotel in Dubai in either a coach or Toyota Previa (depends of number of passengers). The drive to Abu Dhabi is approx. 1 hour and 40 minutes (depending on traffic). On the way to Abu Dhabi you will pass by Sheikh Zayed Road, Jabel Ali and many small villages on the way. Capture sights like Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Mall, Marina Mall, and many other prominent landmarks.
First stop on this tour is at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque's design and construction "unites the world", using artisans and materials from many countries including India, Italy, Germany, Morocco, Pakistan, Turkey, Malaysia, Iran, China, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Republic of Macedonia and United Arab Emirates. More than 3,000 workers and 38 renowned contracting companies took part in the construction of the mosque.
Next stop is at the Al Bateen corniche. This stunning beach overlooks Hudariyat Island and Hudariyat Bridge to the west of Abu Dhabi. It has uninterrupted picturesque views and clear water and is popular with UAE locals for fishing, swimming and waterfront picnics.
Third on the list is Heritage Village. ancient aspects of the desert approach of life, together with a campfire with coffee pots, a goats hair tent, and a falaj irrigation system, are beautifully displayed within the open depository. There are workshops wherever craftsmen demonstrate ancient skills, like metal work and pottery, whereas women sit weaving and spinning. The craftsmen are happy to share their skills, and will sometimes offer you the chance to try them out.
The vehicle will then stop at the dates market where you can purchase and taste a variety of fresh dates grown locally. You will also passby the fish harbour, Yas Island and Sadiyat Island