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There is an Arabic proverb: “Who lives sees, but who travels sees more.” Travel is eye-opening. You taste new flavors, have new experiences, meet new people and perspectives, and make new memories that will stay with you for the rest of your life and make it more colorful. We think you should definitely put the United Arab Emirates on your bucket list of travel destinations, and Dubai in particular. Here are just 10 reasons why Dubai really is worth it.
Just boring or super embarrassing: this is how many teenagers perceive a vacation with their parents. The older children often have completely different ideas and ideas of an exciting trip than their parents or guardians. Above all, 13 to 16-year-olds want to have fun and action; they are among the most important criteria for a successful holiday.
Where to say goodbye to cramped air-conditioned rooms and go out into the open air? We went around town and compiled a list of the best outdoor verandas.
Dubai is changing in stark contrast: every year, a technological oasis on the Persian Gulf opens up new beautiful areas and attractions, impressive in size and expensive.
Are you planning a trip to Dubai with the children? We show what to expect and what to do! Faster, further, bigger! Dubai is the emirate of superlatives. This is especially clear downtown. The Burj Khalifa is not only the tallest building in the world but also some other sights. Some of them are particularly interesting when traveling to Dubai with children. We will introduce you to this area of the city in detail.
Dubai can be called a city of diversity because on the streets you can hear people speaking English, Hindi, Urdu, Philippine and, of course, Arabic, the state language of the UAE. Having in the arsenal a few useful words in the native language of the emirate’s inhabitants, it is possible to show kindness in any situation and enrich your impressions from a holiday in Dubai with pleasant communication. You start with a phrase.
The Jumeira Mosque in Dubai is one of the few mosques in the country open to all visitors, regardless of their religion. The Sheikh Mohammed Cultural Cooperation Center (SMCCU), which operates at the Jumeira Mosque, is the reason for this opportunity. The main purpose of the center is to promote tourists studying the culture and religion of the United Arab Emirates. The Jumeira Mosque has become one of Dubai’s most popular attractions, and its image can be seen on the 500 dirhams bill.