Dubai Travel Guide
THE INSIDERS' GUIDE TO DISCOVER ALL THE WONDERS OF DUBAI
Top 3 Unmissable Attractions in Dubai
The Best Things to Do and See in Dubai
The Deira district is one of the oldest and most authentic places in Dubai. Bustling with locals and tourists from sunrise to sunset, Deira is the ideal place for a stroll through the old souks of spices, essences and gold.
Read also: GUIDE TO DUBAI GOLD SOUK
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In Dubai you can go to the beach almost all year round: not just resorts and luxurious beach clubs, but tens of kilometers of free public beaches, white sand and crystal clear water.
We have made our own ranking of the best public beaches in Dubai, based on the best tips from the locals.
Dubai is not just modernity, luxury and skyscrapers. In the city there are excellent museums that tell the incredible history of the United Arab Emirates and allow you to see exhibits featuring the best of world art.
In this guide you will find all the best museums to see in and around Dubai and tips on how to visit them on a budget.
The Best Theme Parks in Dubai
Outdoor Activities in Dubai
Best Time to Go
The best time is from November to March, because the temperatures are milder (around 20-30 °C). The hottest month is August and temperatures can be higher than 40 °C.
Language and Religion
The official language is Arabic. However English is widely spoken in all tourist facilities, in shops, on transport and on guided tours. UAE is a Muslim country.
Electricity and Sockets
In Dubai the electrical voltage is 220 V AC at 50 Hz. British-style three-pin sockets (type G and D) are the standard. Remember to bring a universal travel adapter with you.
The official currency of the UAE is the United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED). It is possible to withdraw directly from ATMs that are widespread in the major cities.