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Dubai is a city of incredible modern architecture, Emaar’s Burj Khalifa amongst which is nestled older more traditional buildings such as the, Bastakia Quarter home of the Dubai Gold Souk, to the north.  There so much to do whether you’re there for a fortnight or just a couple of days, choose the experiences for you.

Served by an extensive bus service, taxis, trams and metro system the city is easy to navigate and these public services can be complimented by the various hop on/hop off services offered by City Sightseeing and Big Bus Tours, bookable in advance of your trip.  Our knowledgeable team has assembled an array of experiences and attractions to make your time spent in Dubai, even more incredible.


Although originally relying on fishing and pearl diving for its trade, the discovery of oil in 1966 changed and reshaped Dubai. A visit to the Dubai Museum at the Al Fahidi Fort will reveal the history of the largest city in the UAE. Its many forts and the Heritage Village set out the history of the pre oil era of Dubai.  If you are looking for shopping try the traditional souks. Each caters to a specific trade area, the best known being the Gold souk but also try the perfume souk, the textile souk and the spice souk or why not visit the more modern souks Madinat Jumeirah, Al Bahar and Khan Mujan.


Whether exploring the city on the open top bus tours or taking tours in the desert we have the excursion to suit you. Perhaps an adrenaline rush onboard a RIB boat trip or a sightseeing flight by helicopter all can be found on our site.


The famous 2,723 ft high tower of the Burj Khalifa dominates the Dubai skyline with the fountain show at its base held every half an hour between 6pm and 11pm each evening and at 1pm and 1.30 every day is a must see.  Visit the 124th, 125th and 148th floors and get a birds eye view of the city.

Whilst there, why not investigate the attractions inside the Dubai Mall. An Ice Rink, Dubai Aquarium and underwater Zoo, Kidzania and Virtual Reality park are all sited in the world's second largest mall alongside the many up market shops.

A visit to Palm Jumeirah is a must, the world's largest artificial island and home to a large number of hotels and attractions. Housing such attractions as Aquaventure Waterpark, Lost Chambers Aquarium and Dolphin Bay at Atlantis the Palm this amazing construction in the shape of a palm tree also hosts a monorail to ease transport worries.


So many companies and trips exist to show customers the beauty of the desert surrounding Dubai. From Camel Riding, Sand Boarding and Dune Buggy trips to Ski Dubai (yes Skiing in the desert! Indoors of course!) and Theme parks such as IMG Worlds of Adventure and Legoland Dubai there is truly something for everyone in and around Dubai.