The end of April find me with friends in the enchanting Dubai. A journey big enough and promising, than we had read in articles like this. But the truth is that neither this article nor the rest can describe the magic of this city.
1. Burj Khalifa
The highest building on the Earth, but also the number one attraction in the city, is hard not to distinguish it from miles away as its peak reaches 828 meters! The imposing and beautiful it is when you look at it low, another so beautiful is the view from within. You have the option to climb 122th – 124th and 148th floor to view Burj Khalifa At the Top, I would suggest you to book tickets before you reach the city because it really has long queues! A little taste of the view.
2. Dubai Fountain
Right below Burj Khalifa you will see the famous Dubai fountains. Every afternoon and every half hour offer a spectacular show that you should not miss. There are spaces around the fountains to lie down on the lawn or sit on marble benches to enjoy the show and cool off the water as the height of the jet during the show reaches 150m height and you feel the coolness from afar.
3. Dubai Mall
Dubai’s largest shopping center is really a must see phenomenon that you can not see in just one day. A personal choice to experience the ultimate experience is to get out of Fashion Avenue entrance, welcoming you with tea and cookies. A sense of Sheikh will pay you, as the air inside is so pure and relaxing that you will overtake the prices of Gucci, Luis, Fendi, Prada stores located in the first part of the commercial. Then there are shops with more affordable prices of course. The shopping house houses over 1,000 shops and 100 restaurants for all tastes. Also, you will find the Aquarium & Underwater Zoo with over 30,000 aquatic animals in which you can swim with the sharks of the park!
4. Dubai Marina
The world’s largest man-made marina is located in Dubai and is worth visiting as some of the most beautiful buildings on earth surround it. I will not mention much here, just enjoy.
5. Desert Safari
Yet despite the luxury and luxury of the center, the real side of the Arab Emirates is the vast desert. There are various services that offer you an authentic safari in the wilderness with sand dunes, camel rides, traditional barbecue dishes in a specially designed hookah camp, belly dancing and other shows until late in the evening.Plus
Gold & Spice Souk
Dubai is famous for its markets, which are called Souk. Not too far from the center is worth visiting the Gold Souk & Spice Souk. Small shops crammed side by side. Poor people, mostly migrants from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, are owners or work in these shops. There is the big price bar, I recommend for everything you want to buy, always start with 50% less the price the seller will say! Also, it would be good to have cash with you, we also bought in euros and in the currency of the UAE. Finally, there are several small restaurants amongst these shops that have to taste their tastes as long as your stomach can withstand!
AUTHOR: Natsios Konstantinos.
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