Visit the Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi and the Grand Mosque from Dubai. With this complete tour, you'll also have tickets to the Museum of Illusions and the Dubai Museum and, to top it off, a boat trip on Dubai Creek. Combine history, culture and cuisine with this magnificent tour. As a general rule, full-day tours last between 8 and 9 hours, while half-day tours last between 3 and 5 hours, so it's important to read the tour information carefully before buying.
This street food tour of Dubai is designed as a photographic tour of Dubai, in which you will discover the most emblematic places in the city with your camera in hand while a guide provides you with the perfect context in English to understand the history behind each building and some interesting facts about life in Dubai. Whether you're visiting for a week or just making a short stop in Dubai, consider booking at least a few of these tours. When you go from one tour to another on a bus that will pick you up at your hotel, you'll have an in-depth view of the city without missing anything at all. For the same reason, they usually drop you off back at your hotel, but I advise you to make sure that the round trip transfer includes your hotel or drops you off at a nearby hotel or somewhere else in the city before booking an excursion.
I recommend it if you want to learn about the evolution of the city of Dubai on a tour of about 5 or 6 hours through its impressive buildings. Most tours will take you to see some of the city's most famous sights, such as the Burj Al Arab and the Burj Khalifa, while other tours will take you to see other places of cultural interest in the city. Dubai Mall is the largest shopping mall in Dubai and the shopping reference for most tourists who visit the city. As the only mosque in Dubai that allows access to non-Muslims, it is one of the buildings most visited by tourists traveling to the city.
They're close enough to go back and forth in one day and there are also several organized tours so you don't have to worry about anything. At the very least, I recommend visiting the Burj Khalifa, taking a city tour that takes you to old Dubai, taking a day trip to the Dubai desert, and at least one water park. With this organized tour of about 4 hours with a guide and transfers, you won't miss another of the wonders that await you very close to Dubai. The modernization of Dubai, combined with its fusion of cultures, makes it one of the most beautiful cities in the world and, as you might expect, there are a number of tours that explore this mix.
You already know which of the best places in Dubai each tour includes, but you probably want to know a little more about each specific site. Among the incredible buildings you'll see in Dubai is the Dubai Frame, an enormous arch-shaped monument that represents the evolution of the emirate throughout the city's recent history. There are many ways to see Dubai and many tours available in the city, so I have selected those that include all or most of the city's points of interest.