The largest hub airport of the United Arab Emirates is Dubai International Airport, whose terminals are designed to serve almost 80 million passengers per year. There is another operating Dubai airport, Al Maktoum International Airport, located seventy kilometers away from the largest one. Al Maktoum was opened in 2010 and is still developing, gaining momentum. This transport hub promises to become the largest airport in the country.

Also, guests from all over the world can choose between Abu Dhabi International Airport, situated in the country’s capital, and the airports of Sharjah, Ras al Khaimah and Fujairah which are easily accessible from the most popular resorts. Moreover, there are airports in the UAE that provide domestic air transportation.

Nature & Geography
Nature & Geography

Summer all year round – this is what the weather in the UAE is like. The climate is subtropical-arid with hot summers and warm winters. The climate is categorized as a desert one. In summer, the average air temperature is about +40°C, although sometimes it can rise up to +50°C. In winter, the average temperature is +20°C and above, cold weather is extremely rare.

Modern technologies help tourists have a great vacation in the UEA in spite of any weather conditions. There are indoor amusement parks, shopping malls equipped with cooling systems, air-conditioned bus stops and public transport, so guests of the country can handle the heat quite easily, that’s why hotels are fully booked even in the hottest months.

The Emirates is located in the Middle East, the flight to the country takes a comfortable amount of time from almost any part of the Eurasian continent. And it's really worth going on a trip there, for example, in order to observe the life in a powerful center of the world economy, a country that is the largest export supplier of hydrocarbons. Or to admire the beauty of nature, enjoy the views of mountain and desert landscapes and taste local fruits: amber dates, juicy strawberries, sweet watermelons and various exotic fruits.

Historical sites
Historical sites

The UAE is a young country, but even there tourists have many opportunities to feel like time travelers and plunge into bygone eras.

For instance, you can go to Jebel Hafit Desert Park located at the foot of the highest mountain of Abu Dhabi Emirate. Archaeologists still find Neolithic artifacts there and study the Bronze Age tombstones, recreating bit by bit the history of these places, which had trade relations with people living in the Indus Valley, Iran and Mesopotamia. The territory of the park is listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage of Mankind, it’s a place with amazing landscapes and the air of antiquity.

The UAE enjoys many museums, such as Dubai Museum, located in the ancient Al Fahidi Fort, or Sharjah Archaeology Museum featuring exhibits that reveal to visitors the history of the region from the Stone Age to the birth of Islam. You can learn more about life in the Arab Emirates before the beginning of the oil era while visiting Abu Dhabi Heritage Village.

History lovers will definitely find places to visit as there are lots of mosques, palaces and oases in the Emirates. However, the list of popular tourist attractions includes many modern locations and buildings. For example, the famous Dubai skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, or the Palm Jumeirah, an archipelago of artificial islands in the form of a palm tree, whose total area exceeds the area of eight hundred football fields. The “branches” of the palm are separated by water channels and packed with luxury mansions of celebrities and the rich. Architectural wonders, amusement parks, amazing shopping malls, magnificent fountains – a trip to the UAE will be a whirlwind of emotions and overwhelming impressions for all the tourists.


The United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven emirates, consisting of Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain. Snow white beaches, a smooth sea and the bright golden sun all year round, which the area has been gifted by nature, are supplemented by innovations and technical solutions, have been being implemented by the authorities of the country. Moreover, considerable efforts are put in building up wide transportation networks to connect all the main cities of the country.

Roads and highways, air and sea ports make transportation routes accessible for millions of tourists, coming to the UAE every year. One of the largest infrastructure projects of the country is the development of a railway network, whose trains will carry both cargo and passengers.

Delightful city hotels of amazing architecture, luxurious glampings with air-conditioned tents, swimming pools and carpets stretched on the sand, as well as a huge number of restaurants and cafes, world-famous shops and markets, amusement parks, discos and water parks − today the UAE can definitely be called the country meant for comfortable traveling.


This small country, the coast of which is mainly washed by the Persian Gulf, is associated with beach holidays, minarets, mosques and fairy tales of the "One Thousand and One Nights", or with oriental luxury, generously seasoned with modern technologies. And this is not all that makes up the image of the United Arab Emirates as a recognized tourist center.

There you can always find something of “the most” kind, for example, the most stunning and luxurious hotels and skyscrapers which impress even experienced travelers. Also the UAE is a paradise for shopaholics.

Latest smartphones come out there a few weeks earlier than anywhere else in the world. Electronics, clothing, jewelry, accessories – a huge range of goods is presented in the UAE stores, and although the prices of some items there may be higher than in Europe, new collections get there earlier. World-famous celebrities regularly come to the Emirates for shopping as there they cannot worry about paparazzi snapping pictures from behind clothes racks. Great attention is paid to staff training in local stores, so shopping in the UAE is guaranteed to be at the highest level.


There are various types of hotels in the United Arab Emirates. Of course, a royal vacation in fabulous apartments of the luxurious Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi will cost a fortune, because even when the hotel is fully booked, there are still six hotel employees per each guest. The same situation is in the Burj Al-Arab in Dubai, since the famous hotel, designed to resemble the sail of a ship, is often marked not even as a five-star, but as a seven-star hotel in some tourist guides. Nevertheless, you can always find less expensive accommodation and get excellent service of a European level.

Prices in restaurants can also vary a lot. Dinner in a pretentious establishment will easily cost more than 1000 dirhams, while eating in an ordinary restaurant will cost about 80-150 dirhams per person, this is a standard price for an appetizer, main course, drink and dessert.

Fast food lovers will spend about 8 dirhams on a cheeseburger or 5-8 dirhams on a shawarma. Coffee will cost more: 12 dirhams for a cup of espresso and 18 dirhams for a cappuccino. A bottle of beer can be bought for 25-45 dirhams, imported one is more expensive, whereas a bottle of wine costs about 45-100 dirhams. Bottled water is sold on average for 1 dirham for 0.33 liters.


Leisure activities in the United Arab Emirates are amazing in their diversity, there are numerous kinds of entertainment activities to suit all tastes. First of all, a tourist should just look around, it’s really interesting!

For example, when vacationing in Dubai, be sure to visit Palm Jumeirah. This is a colossal structure, an artificial archipelago in the form of a palm tree with sixteen branches, surrounded by a crescent which serves as a breakwater structure. And if you want to enjoy the panoramic view of this miracle of engineering, you’d better do it from 828 m tall skyscraper the Burj Khalifa, either through the panoramic windows of the restaurant At.Mosphere, located on the 122nd floor, or from the observation deck on the 148th floor.

You will also be impressed by visiting Dubai Gold Souk (the gold market), or Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo located in Dubai Mall, which is the biggest shopping center in the world. Speaking about the Aquarium, you can admire its inhabitants both from the outside, walking along a transparent underwater tunnel, and from the inside, if you decide to dive into a pool with sharks.

There are unique activities, such as the sky walk on the longest footbridge in the world, located 200 m above the ground between two buildings of the skyscraper Address Sky View, romantic desert journeys, watching rare animals in nature reserves – we can list the opportunities for non-standard leisure activities in the UAE forever. However, staying in the country will also appeal to fans of the good old classics: a great beach holiday and truly exciting shopping.


Every year, millions of travelers come to the United Arab Emirates for business purposes. An extensive hotel chain, well-equipped business centers, developed infrastructure, a stable banking system and security have built the country an excellent reputation. A significant role is played by the convenient location of the UAE between East and West, as well as the availability of modern airports serving flights to hundreds of different destinations.

The business and financial life of the UAE, Abu Dhabi and Dubai, as well as the resorts of this country provide ideal opportunities for professional meetings like negotiations, seminars, symposiums, conferences, and for truly interesting, memorable corporate events with any number of participants aimed at team building.

Cities & Resorts

A magnificent facade of the Middle East, which has the features of both Arab and European civilizations. Opportunities for beach holidays all year round, a huge number of unique historical and ultra-modern attractions have made the UAE one of the centers of world tourism. There you will see the tallest building, the largest shopping center, the most impressive aquarium, the most luxurious hotel – everything that is the most beautiful and most expensive.

The UAE is located in the southwestern part of Asia (The Middle East) and the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula. It’s bordered by Saudi Arabia to the west and south, by Oman to the southeast and northeast. The shores of the country are washed by the blue waters of the Persian and Oman Gulfs. The federal state consists of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain. Each of them has its own unique features and peculiarities.

Ras Al Khaimah

The northernmost emirate of the UAE, which is located between the picturesque Hajar Mountains in the east and the Persian Gulf in the west. The rapid development of tourist areas, the construction of hotels and an operating international airport attract more and more tourists to the region.

The citizens of Ras Al Khaimah mostly involved in fishing, pearl hunting and agriculture. There is an amazing variety of seafood at the local fish market, and delicious dates in the shops. History and romance lovers will definitely be impressed by the tour to the Arab ghost city, the full name of which is Al Jazeera Al Hamra. This is a place where time seems to have stopped: the fortress, the market, mosques and many houses remain to be abandoned and undamaged. The value of the ghost city is in its authenticity, everything is real here and nothing has been reconstructed.


It’s a quiet, sparsely populated emirate with the capital of the same name, which is washed by the waters of the Arabian Sea. There you can see both mountain landscapes and magnificent views of green valleys. Those who like scuba diving, can go on a pleasant underwater journey to examine coral reefs. Spending a holiday there is comfortable, since the climate of Fujairah is milder than the one of Dubai and Abu Dhabi: the heat isn’t so burning, it rains more often.

There are also some fascinating sites, for example, an old fort which is now a museum and the Heritage Village, used to present customs and traditions of the UAE. Fujairah enjoys an international airport.

Umm Al Quwain

It’s a provincial emirate which is rather underestimated by tourists. It’s located between Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah, about 35 kilometers away from Ajman. Umm Al Quwain is known for its large fishing port, wonderful opportunities for beach holidays and a huge waterpark Dreamland.

This emirate is the complete opposite of Dubai, a dynamic and huge, bustling metropolis, where the pace of life sometimes is super hectic. In Umm Al Quwain, life is quiet and slow. This place is commonly called an eco-emirate, as not far from its capital there is the Al Sinniyah Island, where migratory birds, including some rare species, stop for rest. There are many wilderness areas which are missed in big cities.


The smallest emirate of the UAE and the city of the same name with a ten-kilometer beach strip. A modest and quiet resort, from where Dubai is easily accessible.

However, there is something to see in Ajman, too. For example, there is a track designed for camel racing, which is used during the exciting festival of ships of the desert. The Fort of Ajman is also interesting to visit. It’s a museum containing fascinating archaeological finds, as well as a collection of wax figures dedicated to the traditional way of life of the peoples inhabiting these lands.

It’s also worth visiting the local fish market, where you can find almost all the inhabitants of the Persian Gulf, or arrange shopping of a different kind, in the shopping centers of the emirate's capital, which offer a wide range of goods to suit all tastes.


The resort and emirate with the capital of the same name, is located between Dubai and Ajman. There are many places to visit in Sharjah. The place is quite attractive for tourists because of affordable prices both in hotels and shops and cafes. It is also important for travelers to be accommodated not far away from the sightseeing routes and shopping centers of Dubai, the world-famous city of skyscrapers.

A lot of tourists arrive at Sharjah International Airport every year, some people go on a trip around the country from there, but a vacation in the emirate itself can be very interesting and impressive. There is a huge number of museums there: the Archaeological Museum, the Art Museum, the Calligraphy Museum, the Heritage Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Museum of Islamic Civilization, the Science Museum, the Sharjah Al-Hisn Fort, the Classic Cars Museum – and this is not the whole list. Sharjah is considered to be one of the main cultural centers of the UAE.


This emirate is the center of striking contrasts: the desert with its endless sand dunes is only a stone’s throw from dancing fountains, a symbol of the UAE's prosperity, embodied in sparkling streams of expensive water. The capital of the emirate is the largest city in the country, which is famous all over the world for its amazing skyscrapers.

In Dubai, you can admire the tallest building in the world, the magnificent Burj Khalifa Tower, or the romantic Burj el Arab, an architectural masterpiece, designed to resemble the sail of a ship, is often marked not even as a five-star, but as a seven-star hotel in some tourist guides. There you can always find something of “the most” kind, for example, amusement parks with unique attractions, the largest shopping centers with an astonishing variety of goods, fine restaurants and magnificent hotels of famous international chains. Life is in full swing there all year round, numerous exhibitions, festivals, conferences are held nonstop. The largest hub airport of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai International Airport, welcomes millions of guests per year.

Al Ain

Picturesque parks and fountains in the middle of a desert – this is Al Ain, an oasis city, whose name means "source" or "spring" in Arabic. And this place is really the source, a place on the map where the history of the UAE began, because Sheikh Zayed, the founding father of this amazing country, was born and grew up there.

Al Ain is one of the most important tourist centers of the Emirates and the center of the cultural heritage of the peoples living there. There are many attractions in Al Ain: luxurious palaces and archaeological parks, bustling Arab markets and magnificent blooming gardens. Located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, this place is listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage of Mankind.

Abu Dhabi

The capital of the UAE and the richest region of the country. Billions of dollars have been spent on creating the infrastructure of this place, Abu Dhabi is the "Manhattan" of the Middle East, a garden city with palaces, restaurants and shops.

There is a huge number of attractions that are difficult to see during one trip, so many tourists come back here again and again, for example, to see with their own eyes the Capital Gate skyscraper, the "leaning tower of Abu Dhabi", which has a slope four times greater than that of the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy; or admire the exceptionally beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, stroll along the Corniche Road, taste the most expensive dish in the world, which is served at the famous local Emirates Palace Hotel.

Traveling around Abu Dhabi is a vacation to feel like a king. Millions of tourists arrive at the international airport of the capital of this emirate every year.


The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a country which impresses with a wide range of opportunities. There you can see with your own eyes the different periods of human history: the ancient world with its pristine wilderness, the Middle Ages, dynamic modern reality and even a fantastic future. To do that you just need to choose a hotel of an appropriate design and style.

A family holiday, romantic honeymoon, fun and lovely get-together with your friends, business event with all the necessary technical equipment – any kind of a holiday can be arranged there to suit all tastes, no matter what a budget you have, as in the UAE you can find quite cheap hotels, as well as luxury ones. The main thing is to decide which type of accommodation you need.

You’ll definitely find suitable accommodation of any kind within a wide range of hotels:
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Guided Tours

It’s the world’s tallest and largest observation wheel, with a height of over 250 m. A full rotation will take roughly 38 minutes.

Ain Dubai (the Dubai Eye)

It’s a resort district in the west of the famous city of skyscrapers with lots of hotels and restaurants, with its own embankment and pier.

Dubai Marina

It’s one of the most beautiful and luxurious mosques in the world located in Abu Dhabi and named after the founder of the UAE, who is buried on its territory.

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

It’s one of the largest aquariums in the world with a height of a 3-storey building located in the Dubai Mall. About 33,000 individuals of marine animals live there.

Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo

It’s the largest indoor theme park in the world, located on an artificial Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.

Ferrari World

It features exhibits that reveal to visitors the history of the region from the Stone Age to the birth of Islam.

Sharjah Archaeology Museum

It’s a 4-storey shopping center with a variety of restaurants and over 200 shops for great shopping.

Abu Dhabi Mall

The massive indoor market of the Blue Souq in the center of Sharjah with lots of shops and boutiques, attracts with its design and brightness.

Al Markazi Souq (Blue Souq) in Sharjah

It’s one of the most popular water parks in the UAE with multiple water slides and two artificial surfing machines, situated in the area of Jumeirah in Dubai.

The Wild Wadi Water Park

It’s the Arabic Wildlife Center where you can see rare desert animals in their natural environments.

Sharjah Desert Park

It takes the form of a reconstructed traditional village, providing an immersive experience that recalls the region’s heritage and desert lifestyle.

Abu Dhabi Heritage Village

Mangrove National Park in Abu Dhabi which you can explore by kayaking or taking a stroll on a walkway.

Jubail Mangrove Park

The fort and palace of the XVI century in the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi, is a historical building and cultural object.

The White Fort Qasr al-Hosn

It’s the largest art museum in the Arabian peninsula, located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi, where artworks from around the world are showcased.

The Louvre Abu Dhabi

The park has indoor and outdoor LEGO themed rides and attractions. There you can find everything to spend an unforgettable day with your children.

Legoland Dubai

A walking area in Abu Dhabi with spectacular views, cafes and restaurants.

The Corniche (Corniche Road)

It’s Dubai's destination within a destination, often coined by guests as Dubai's own 'little Venice'. A resort area with a market, restaurants and cafes, boutique hotels and summer houses.

Madinat Jumeirah the Arabian Resort

The largest aquarium in the Middle East, opened in the UAE capital in 2021.

The National Aquarium of Abu Dhabi

It’s an archipelago of artificial islands in the form of a palm tree, the “branches” of which are packed with luxury mansions and hotels.

Palm Jumeirah

Musical & laser fountain show at Al Majaz Waterfront.

Sharjah Musical Fountain

It’s a natural island and a tourism-cultural project with a golf field, exhibition centers, hotels and white sandy beaches.

Saadiyat Island

A gilded 48-storey skyscraper in the shape of a giant photo frame. At the very top of it there is an observation deck with a glass bottom.

The Dubai Frame

A complex of water park, aquarium and dolphinarium on the territory of the Atlantis The Palm hotel.

Aquaventure Waterpark

The tallest building in the world with an observation deck on the 148th floor. One of the highest restaurants in the world At.Mosphere is located on the 122nd floor.

The Burj Khalifa

It occupies over 7 hectares being the world's largest natural flower garden with 150 million flowers of different varieties.

The Dubai Miracle Garden

It has a collection of modern and contemporary art by artists from United Arab Emirates and other Middle Eastern countries, including the collection of oriental artworks owned by Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi.

The Sharjah Art Museum

A race track on the artificial island of Yas, made in the same way as the circuit in Monaco. It passes by the marina and through the Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi.

The Yas Marina Formula One Circuit

The largest racetrack in the world, which annually hosts horse races and equestrian sports significant events.

Meydan Racecourse