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Full Day Dubai City Tour - Private

Category: Cultural Tours
Price From $ 178
Full Day Dubai City Tour - Private

Description

Although vast swathes of Dubai are now transformed with contemporary architecture into a modern and luxurious city, traces of the historic town that existed 40 years ago can still be found in some parts. The ‘Traditional Dubai City Tour’ will take you on a cultural journey through time into mini mazes of wind- towered buildings, narrow lanes and meandering pathways of the lively souks and a scenic ride on the traditional abra boat.
 
Discover the bustling metropolis of Dubai with its dazzling skyline and pristine beaches. The ‘Modern Dubai City Tour’ will take you on a magical journey to iconic landmarks that form the heart and soul of this modern city of contrasts. Be it the world’s tallest building, the largest mall to ever exist which houses one of the biggest aquariums in the world or the trendiest glittering spots in the town, this unique tour is bound to create memories that you will cherish forever.

• A visit to the heritage area of Bastakiya and 225-year old Fort Al Fahidi which houses the Dubai Museum
• A ride on the traditional Abra boat across scenic Dubai Creek
• A visit to the Spice and Gold Souks, with tantalizing scents and shimmering jewelry
• A photo stop next to Jumeirah Mosque, an architectural landmark
• A visit to Dubai Marina, an awe-inspiring city-within-a city with a cosmopolitan, free-spirited atmosphere and unique, invigorating lifestyle
• A drive across Palm Jumeirah, world’s largest artificially made island abundant with opulent hotels and homes, with a photo stop at the iconic Atlantis Hotel
• A stroll across Souk Madinat Jumeirah with its meandering paths and a bazaar-like atmosphere complemented with street cafes and boutique restaurants
• A drive to Burj Al Arab, the iconic hotel that has established unmatched standards of luxury
• A visit to The Dubai Mall, the largest mall in the world
• A journey to ‘At the Top’ observation deck on level 124 of the tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa