General

Highlights:

Half-day Dubai city tour with a local guide Enjoy a photo by Burj Al-Arab hotel, on Jumeirah Beach Take in views of the white marble dome and minarets of Jumeirah Mosque Tour the old quarter of Dubai, Bastakiya, with your local guide Enjoy a water-taxi ride across Dubai Creek Visit the exciting Spice Souq and shop for bargains in Deira Gold Souq


 

Discover the best of Dubai on a half-day Dubai sightseeing tour with an expert guide. Traveling by comfortable coach or minivan, take in Dubai’s top landmarks as you absorb the cosmopolitan atmosphere. Snap photos of the Burj Al-Arab, the sail-shaped hotel on its own artificial island; venture into the traditional Al Bastakiya district, ride an ‘abra’ water taxi across Dubai Creek, and much more.

Duration:

4 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment

Middle East

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Dubai

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