Articles on the topic "Textile Market"
The Mercato Shopping Mall in Dubai is a medium-sized shopping center and a real eye-catcher with around 140 stores in Jumeirah Dubai. The theme of the mall is tailored to Italian conditions and visitors feel immediately transported back to Italy. The shops are very elaborately created and have a Mediterranean flair.
Shady, ornate courtyards, fragrant and golden alleys, small wooden boats, and lots of greenery: If you travel to Dubai, you cannot avoid visiting the old town of Dubai. A huge river separates the historic districts of Bur Dubai in the west and Deira in the east.
An oriental atmosphere, wild bargaining, and a lot of hustle and bustle: a stroll through the traditional souks in the old and historic city center is a must for a visit to Dubai. The Arab markets in the districts of Deira and Bur offer a welcome change from the large shopping malls in Downtown Dubai or Jumeirah. Many small shops line up in the narrow streets.
Markets in Dubai are eastern colorful places that are tourist attractions. On the bazaars, you can buy all kinds of curiosities, as well as interior items, jewelry, silk, fur, spices, souvenirs, and much more. Dubai has an ancient tradition of market specialization. This is very convenient not only for wholesalers but also for tourists. For example, those who want to buy high-quality fabrics will go to the textile market and those who want to buy jewelry will go to the Gold Market of Dubai.
As the largest city, an important trade, financial, and tourist center of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is constantly growing and developing, surprising its guests with new achievements and fantastic plans. Among the large list…
The luxury center of the UAE amazes tourists at first sight with its stunning architecture: this is where the tallest skyscraper of the Burj Khalifa, the artificial World Archipelagos, and the Palm Islands are located. Dubai is the largest center of world trade and tourism as well as Shanghai.
One of the historic areas of Dubai Deira is on the right bank of Creek Bay, which divides Dubai into two parts. Deira is also a resort and suburb that is part of Dubai. From the north, the area is bounded by the Persian Gulf and to the east by the city of Sharjah. On the coast of Deira, there is a marina for ships and yachts sailing to Dubai, the port of Said, where it is interesting to observe the life of the whole city.
Glitzy Dubai is the United Arab Emirates’ holiday hot spot. This city of high-rises and shopping malls has transformed itself from a desert outpost to a destination du-jour, where tourists flock for sales bargains, sunshine,…
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