Day trip from Dubai to Abu Dhabi 1-hour tour of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, a modern, white-marble masterpiece Panoramic city tour passes landmarks including the Emirates Palace hotel Shop at the Marina Mall and have lunch (own expense) at a restaurant of your choice Experience bygone Abu Dhabi at the Bedouin displays of the Heritage Village Visit the Dates Market to see and sample different varieties of this sweet palm fruit


Check out Abu Dhabi, the UAE capital city, on an 8- to 9-hour tour from Dubai. Tour the white-marble Sheikh Zayed Great Mosque, discover the city’s Bedouin past at the Heritage Village, and delve into the traditional Dates Market. In between, see landmarks like the Emirates Palace, and stroll, shop, and have lunch (own expense) at the waterfront Marina Mall.


8 to 9 hours (Approx.)

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