See the historic sights and modern developments of Abu Dhabi on a 4-hour guided tour. Go inside the Grand Mosque, admire the façade of the opulent Emirates Palace Hotel, pass the Ferrari World theme park on Yas Island, and much more.
What to Expect
Explore the capital of the United Arab Emirates on a half-day guided tour of Abu Dhabi, available from hotels in Abu Dhabi (4 hours), and from hotels in Dubai, Sharjah, and Ajman (8 hours).
Visit the vast Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the 3rd largest mosque in the world with a capacity to hold up to 43,000 people. Enter the Mosque for a look at its spectacular columns and valuable items of worship.
Next, stop to take pictures of the Emirates Palace Hotel, built by the Abu Dhabi government as a showcase of Arabian culture. Drive to the Heritage Village area for breathtaking views of Abu Dhabi’s skyline and the chance to purchase gifts in the souvenir shop. Admire the architecture of Heritage Village, designed to recreate a desert village.
Continue to a shopping mall for 60 minutes of free time to shop at your leisure and grab some lunch. Then, drive to Yas Island via the manicured waterfront and luxury developments of the Corniche. Pass Saadiyat Island, and photograph the exterior of Ferrari World, home to a F1 racetrack and a theme park dedicated to the famous Italian marque.
Transfer back to your hotel in Abu Dhabi or Dubai for the end of the tour services.
- Pick-up and drop off from your hotel in Dubai or Abu Dhabi
- Guide (English and German)
- Water during the tour
- Visit to the Grand Mosque
What's Not Included
- Tips and personal expenses
- Entrance to the Emirates Palace Hotel
- Entrance to Ferrari World theme park
Know Before You Go
• Please wear appropriate clothing; modest, conservative, comfortable clothing, such as long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and long skirts are advised. Please do not wear transparent clothing, shorts, tight clothing, swimming costumes, or beachwear. Skirts must be ankle length
• Please remove your shoes before entering the mosque. Women must wear a headscarf. This cannot be transparent