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Dubai City Tour with Guide

Category: Cultural Tours
Price From $ 38.87
Dubai City Tour with Guide

Description

Dubai is defined by
futuristic city scapes, but it’s also home to
traditional old quarters. This 6-hour tour
spotlights the Dubai of old, with time in the historical Al Fahidi district,
Dubai Museum,
Gold and Spice souks, and more. An ‘
abra’ boat ride across
Dubai Creek and photo stops at modern landmarks including the
Burj Al Arab add extra, interesting touches. Minivan transport and hotel pickup and drop-off are part of the tour.
Highlights
• Easily see some of Dubai’s top attractions in a day
• Visit the Grand Mosque, textile markets, and more
• Includes hassle-free, round-trip transportation
• Stress-free package ideal for first-time visitors

The tour will begin with a scenic drive along the breath-taking
Jumeriah shoreline and towards the
Grand Mosque of
Jumeirah where you can marvel at the stunning beauty of the mosque’s Fatamid-style
architecture. Next, the tour bus will head towards Bur Dubai where you will instantly notice a stark contrast between the upscale residential area of
Jumeriah and the
olden city, offering its
traditional charms. You will drive by the vibrant
neighbourhood of Al
Bastikiya- home for the historical
Al- Fahidi fort before visiting the
Dubai Museum
(ticket included). The Dubai Museum gives an opportunity to get rich, full, and integral facts of the very old history of Dubai and its culture. The
museum holds various monuments including rare antiques such as
pottery,
weapons,
tombs and ancient local artifacts.
The next part of this tour will bring you to the
traditional Deira. Here, you can board on an
Abra water taxi, where you can enjoy taking snapshots of spectacular
panoramic
views of the city. This traditional mode of transportation is popular due to its quick way to access the areas
surrounding Deira Creek.
Finally, end your tour browsing through the
colourful textile markets and the enchanting Spice and
Gold Souk. Wander through numerous spice and accessories’ stalls and passages that fill the air with exotic sounds and aromatic smells, before being dropped off back to your hotel.