Dubai-UAE

Dubai-UAE

Things to do - general

Dubai is the most attractive city in the UAE upon tourists’ opinion. It has everything for a wonderful rest – warm sea, fashion shops, many restaurants with oriental cuisine, and there are already legends about luxury hotels in Dubai. The most popular time for booking a hotel in Dubai according hotel price comparison is spring or autumn when the sea water is warm, and the air temperature is kept within the limits of +35 ° C.

It is not a problem to get to Dubai because there is a large international airport that takes in flights from almost all over the world.

If you choose Dubai for your rest you will have a really great holiday.. You can not just enjoy sunbathing and swimming but also test your courage with a parachute jump, participate in a safari in the sand dunes or even go skiing or play ice hockey. If you ‘d like only calm repose then you can spend your time with pleasure going for a walk beside Dubai fountains, visiting conservation area, swimming with dolphins or playing golf.

Hotel prices in Dubai are usually high but the service even in cheap hotels is always on high– you will experience really oriental hospitality. Many hotels in Dubai offer a lot of additional services including in hotel prices, such as transfer to the beach or shopping. There are fresh water pools, own water parks and even aquarium and dolphinarium in some of them.

The resort is very popular among Russian tourists so if you decide to have a rest during the New Year or in May it is better to choose accommodation in Dubai in advance.

What Is The Distance Between London And Dubai?
The Distance Between London And Dubai Is 3392 Miles Approx (Or 5459 Kilometres).

How Long Is The Flight From London To Dubai?
The Shortest Flight Time Is 5 Hours 50 Minutes.

How Many Airports In London Have Flights To Dubai?
4 Airports In London Have Flights To Dubai: Heathrow (Lhr), Gatwick (Lgw), Stansted (Stn), And London City Airport (Lcy).

How Many Airports In Dubai Accept Flights From London?
4 Airports In Dubai Accept Flights From London: Dubai (Dxb), Marina Mall Ey Bus Station (Xmb), Chelsea Twr Ey Bus Station (Xnb), And Dubai World Central (Dwc).

What Are The Most Popular Airports On This Route?
Heathrow And Dubai Are The Most Popular Airports On This Route.

Which Are The Most Popular Flight Connections?
The Most Popular Flight Stopovers From London To Dubai Are: Istanbul, Frankfurt, Paris, Abu Dhabi, And Amsterdam.

What Is The Time Zone Difference Between London And Dubai?
When You Fly From London To Dubai, Don’t Forget About The Time Difference. The Time In Dubai Is +04:00 From The London Time.

What Is The Currency Exchange Rate Between United Kingdom (Gbp) And United Arab Emirates (Aed)?
The Currency Exchange Rate Between United Kingdom (Gbp) And United Arab Emirates (Aed) Is 1 Gbp = 6.038 Aed.

Which Airlines Are Flying With Stopovers From London To Dubai?
Air China, Brussels Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Tyrolean Airways, Garuda Indonesia, Germanwings, Lufthansa Cityline, Condor, China Airlines, Olympic Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Dnieproavia, Pegasus Airlines, Air Dolomiti, Kenya Airways, Alitalia Cityliner, Flybe, Eurowings, Norwegian Air, Cityjet, Volare, Tunisair, Kuwait Airways, Gulf Air, Oman Air, Alitalia Express, Air Seychelles, Hop!, Aerosvit Airlines, Ba Cityflyer, Air Algerie, Pakistan International Airlines, Vlm Airlines, Eastern Airways, Afriqiyah Airways, Hahn Air, And Kingfisher Airlines.

Which Airlines Are Flying Directly From London To Dubai?
Aeroflot,S7,Lufthansa,Rossiya Airlines,Air France,Transaero,Klm,Turkish Airlines,Austrian,Airberlin,Alitalia,Swiss
Ukraine Intl Airlines,Ural Airlines,Ut Air,Airbaltic,Emirates,British Airways,Lot Polish Airlines,Air Astana,Scandinavian Airlines,China Southern Airlines,Belavia,Csa Czech Airlines,Korean Air,China Eastern Airlines,Qatar Airways,Iberia,Finnair,Delta Air Lines,Thai Airways,Etihad Airways,Jat Airways,Vietnam Airlines,Aegean Airlines,United Airlines,American Airlines,Singapore Airlines,Uzbekistan Airways,Azerbaijan,Airlines,Egyptair,El Al,Jet Airways,Tap Portugal,Atlasjet Airlines,Srilankan Airlines,Air India,Virgin Atlantic,Air Canada,Us Airways,Royal Jordanian,FlydubaiTarom,Qantas,Meridiana,Georgian Airways,Cyprus Airways,Aeromexico,Ethiopian Airlines,Jetblue,Aer Lingus,Middle East Airlines,South African Airways,Virgin Australia,Icelandair,Air Mauritius,Luxair,Saudia,Royal Brunei,Precision Air,Biman Airlines,Fortune Taag,Bmi,Spun.

 
Country United Arab Emirates
Visa requirementsVisa requirements for entering Dubai vary greatly between different nationalities and it is always advised to check regulations before traveling. Currently, every nationality entering the UAE needs a visa except citizens of GCC countries (Gulf Cooperation Council: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia) expatriate residents of the GCC (certain nationalities and professions) and British citizens with the right of abode in the UK, who will be granted a visa on arrival in the UAE. For more information on how to get a VISA to Dubai, visit www.dubai.com/v/visa_requirements/
Languages spokenArabic
Currency usedDirham
Area (km2)4,114 km2 (1,588 sq mi)

Culture and history info

The UAE culture mainly revolves around the religion of Islam and traditional Arab and Bedouin culture. In contrast, the city of Dubai is a highly cosmopolitan society with a diverse and vibrant culture. The influence of Islamic and Arab culture on its architecture, music, attire, cuisine and lifestyle are very prominent as well. Five times every day, Muslims are called to prayer from the minarets of mosques which are scattered around the country. Since 2006, the weekend has been Friday-Saturday, as a compromise between Friday's holiness to Muslims and the Western weekend of Saturday-Sunday. In 2005, 84% of the population of metropolitan Dubai was foreign-born, about half of them from India. The city's cultural imprint as a small, ethnically homogenous pearling community was changed with the arrival of other ethnic groups and nationals—first by the Iranians in the early 1900s, and later by Indians and Pakistanis in the 1960s. Major holidays in Dubai include Eid al Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, and National Day (2 December ), which marks the formation of the United Arab Emirates. Annual entertainment events such as the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) and Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) attract over 4 million visitors from across the region and generate revenues in excess of $2.7 billion. The International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA), the world's leading events trade association, has crowned Dubai as IFEA World Festival and Event City, 2012 in the cities category with a population of more than one million. Large shopping malls in the city, such as Deira City Centre, Mirdiff City Centre, BurJuman, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Mall and Ibn Battuta Mall as well as traditional souks attract shoppers from the region. Khor Dubai, or Dubai Creek in English, is one of the few places in the city where old traditions could still be seen. Dubai Creek may become a UNESCO World Heritage Site if the authorities' bid is successful. In that case, it will earn a place among internationally famous sites such as Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park and Stonehenge. Source: WikipediaCulture and history image