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Weather and the Best time to travel Dubai

Dubai, located in the Persian Gulf coast of United Arab Emirates, is a popular destination for the tourists. Ultra-modern amenities, unlimited shopping, high-rise buildings, bustling nightlife; Dubai has everything to offer to its visitors. Due to its distinctive geographic position, Dubai experiences hot and sunny weather with lesser rainfall all year round. November to March is considered as the best time to visit this colourful city. The temperature remains between 17-30 degree Celsius during this time with clear denim blue sky and minimal sandy waves. 

The month of January and February turns this vibrant city into a must-visit destination for the shopaholics. Month-long Dubai Shopping Festival sees some of the best deals on a wide range of products during this time. If you consider visiting Dubai in January or February; it is advisable to book your hotels in Dubai at least 2-3 months before your date of arrival. The winter evenings are sometimes cold and windy. So don’t forget to pack your warm clothes if you are coming here between November and March. If you prefer peaceful vibes and want to avoid the crowd, you can also consider visiting in September or October. Summers are full of hot winds and scorching sun, but you can find some of the most affordable Dubai Hotel Deals between June and August.

Airport Near Dubai

Dubai is served by two airports; Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport. Major cities like- Melbourne, Sydney, London, Istanbul, Mumbai, Beirut, Muscat, Moscow, Baku are well-connected to Dubai with daily running direct flights. Dubai International Airport is the busiest airport of Dubai serving over 7000 flights per week from over 250 destinations. Dubai International Airport is only 5 km away from the city centre. But the city is located on the Persian Gulf coast, so most of the hotels are approximately 30-40 km away from the airport. Getting to Dubai from Dubai International Airport is very easy. Dubai metro is the easiest and fastest way to reach the city centre from the airport. Otherwise, you can opt for bus service. If you are coming with heavy luggage and want to avoid public transport, then you can rent a private car or a taxi.

Transportation Around Dubai

Dubai is well-connected by its public transports. Dubai Metro is considered as one of the most reliable and affordable public transports of the world. Metro rails are fully automated and driverless, which makes it one of the most popular attractions of the city. Other means of public transports include monorail, bus, water bus, tram, water taxis. It is highly recommended to download The Road and Transport Authority’s (RTA) app on your smartphone, where you can find all the information related to the Dubai public transports in one place. If you are planning to visit the top attractions of the city, don’t forget to buy Dubai City Pass. Water taxis, locally known as abras, are also one of the most convenient modes of transport in Dubai. If you want to roam around the places like Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Beach, Al Sufouh street; you must take the tram service. If your budget is a little high, then you can take taxis to roam around the city. As most of the taxi drivers can speak Basic English, the language will never be a bar. Taxis are cheap and affordable in comparison to other popular international destinations.

How to Get to Dubai?

If you are searching for some of the cheapest flights to Dubai, you can consider booking it during the months of summer. Muscat is one of the closest international destinations from Dubai. It takes around an hour to reach Dubai from Muscat. Direct flights from major cities like Melbourne, Sydney takes around 14 hours to enter Dubai. Other famous international cities like London, Istanbul, Mumbai also run daily flights to Dubai. The schedule and price of the flights will depend on your preferences and from where you are flying. Air carrier companies like Air France, Air India, Aeroflot Airlines, Air Astana, Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways serve in Dubai International Airport.

Hotels in Dubai

Two types of travellers can be found in Dubai. Those who come to Dubai with a transit visa and want to stay maximum 2-3 days or maybe for some hours can start searching for their accommodation near the airport. The other type of travellers who will stay for a little longer can find a wide range of Dubai hotels depending on budget and other requirements. Those who are a foodie and coming with family can consider staying near Jumeirah beach area. If you are searching for cheap hotels in Dubai, you can consider staying near Bur Juman. Compulsive shoppers can book their accommodations near the downtown area where you will find some of the best shopping malls. Sofitel Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa, Movenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate, Swissotel Al Ghurair Hotel, Atlantis the Palm Dubai, Sheraton Grand Hotels are few of the 5-star hotels you can consider staying in. You can also book your accommodation in 4-star hotels like Emirates Grand Hotel Dubai, Hilton Garden Inn, Carlton Downtown Hotel. If you are a budget traveller, then you can find various options in 3-star hotels like Ibis Al Rigga Dubai, Ibis Styles Dragon Mart, Premier Inn Dubai International Airport. A wide range of 2-star hotels like Holiday Inn Express Dubai Jumeirah, Holiday Inn Express Dubai, Florida Square Hotel, Saffron Hotel is also available. 

Dubai City Guide

Top Tourist Attractions in Dubai

Dubai is an ultra-modern city with a wide range of tourist attractions. If you want to enjoy an aerial view of the whole city from the top, head towards Burj Khalifa and grab a place at the observation deck to enjoy a breathtaking view. If you are more into shopping, don’t forget to visit the massive Dubai Mall where you can find some of the most affordable electronic gadgets. On the contrary, if you are more into history, you can consider visiting the Dubai Museum or Al Fahidi District. Other Dubai attractions include Jumeirah beach, Dolphinarium, Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, Miracle Garden, Aquaventure Waterpark, Legoland, Dolphin Bay, Ice Rink and the list goes on. Dubai is such a happening city that will never allow you to get bored. You need to spend minimum 7-8 days to complete the list of things to do in Dubai.

Top Food Places in Dubai

Dubai serves some of the best Arabic dishes in the world. Knafeh, Taboon Bread, Shawarma, Luqaimat, Samboosa, Chelo Kebab are few of the best and authentic Arabic dishes you can find in Dubai. If you are a foodie, you must head towards the downtown area where you will find tons of authentic restaurants, bars to enjoy your meal along with some drinks. Dubai Food Festival is another time you can consider visiting. You must check the dates before you plan to attend the festival, as there is no fixed date for this event.

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