This is the most unconventional and exuberant city in the United Arab Emirates. Total luxury in the heart of the desert. Among all the ultramodern skyscrapers, the Burj Khalifa is the most stunning and also the tallest building in the world.

Avant-garde luxury in the desert

The ultramodern and spectacular architecture in this city in the United Arab Emirates rises up out of one of the driest deserts on the planet. The Old City straddles the Creek, a natural estuary that separates the Bur Dubai and Deira districts, home to magnificent souks and the city's lively nightlife. Make the most of your trip to Dubai by visiting any of its numerous shopping malls, including the Dubai Mall, the mall with the greatest number of visitors in the world. It even has an ice rink inside! Dubai Marina is a 4-kilometre artificial canal lined with huge skyscrapers and full of the most luxurious yachts. Palm Jumeirah is an archipelago of artificial islands that are shaped like a palm tree when you see them from above.

The official currency is the UAE dirham. You can pay by credit card in most places in the city.
The official language is Arabic, although English is also very widely spoken.
The city has an extensive free Wi-Fi network, but you need to have a local phone to register. The quality of Internet access is very good in hotels.
Summers are very humid and temperatures can exceed 50⁰C. In winter, the highest temperature is 25⁰C.