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Dubai Info

Dubai is a colourful, bustling country with enough activities to please everyone from the culture-vultures and the heavy-duty shoppers, to the sun-sea-and-sanders, and sport lovers. With a dry, hot climate, and a superb infrastructure, you’ll have the holiday of a lifetime in this Arabian paradise.

Rapidly increasing in popularity, Dubai has become a favourite holiday destination with people all over the world. Thanks to its year-round hot, dry weather, and range of things to see and do, it’s perfect for anyone wanting to explore the Middle East, with Western comforts.

A packed calendar of events means the city-state is always buzzing: whether you venture over in the midst of the Dubai World Cup, one of the biggest horse-races in the world, or during a blistering Motor Show, the excitement all over the emirate is palpable.

Staying safe and having a pleasant, enjoyable holiday is easy in Dubai, but there are several laws and changes in social etiquette that all tourists should take note of, and follow.

About Dubai

About Dubai

Dubai isn’t known as the gateway between the East and West for no reason: its combination of eastern culture and western skyline is the reason why hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world flock to it every year.

When to go

When to go

A packed calendar of events and hot, dry weather will ensure everyone from the bargain-hunter to the luxury-seeker will find an ideal time to visit.

How long to go for

How long to go for

From long weekends to longer weeks, Dubai can be a whistle-stop tour, or has enough to fill several weeks (or months!).

Climate

Climate

If heat is your thing, Dubai is your place. A sub-tropical climate guarantees happy holiday-makers all year round.

Dos and Don’ts

Dos and Don’ts

Dubai’s rich culture and Islamic following means a holiday here is different to a stay in the Algarve. Read up on the correct social etiquette for a safe and happy holiday.

Alcohol

Alcohol

You won’t have to give up your daily glass of wine and holiday cocktails, but there are certain laws and practices to adhere to in Dubai when it comes to alcohol.

Ramadan

Ramadan

This holy month causes many changes in the country, many of which will affect tourists. Make sure you know when it is, and plan your trip accordingly.