Experience the contrasts between the past and present in Dubai. See the Old Town of Bastakyia, Dubai Creek, the Jumairah Mosque, Burj Al Arab and more. Stop to enjoy lunch at the Musical Fountains before visiting the Dubai Mall.
What to Expect
Discover the spectacular and lively metropolis of Dubai on this full-day tour that includes lunch. You’ll learn how the city developed from a small fishing village on the Dubai Creek to the thriving and modern city it is today.
During the tour you’ll visit Bastakyia (the Old Town district), and the Dubai Museum, located in the ancient fortress of Al-Fahidi. Another highlight is crossing the Dubai Creek by traditional water taxi, enjoying spectacular views of the city.
At Deira, on the other side of the Dubai Creek, you’ll marvel at the large variety of exotic spices on offer in the famous Spice Souk, and have the opportunity to shop for souvenirs in the Gold Souk.
Marvel at the awe-inspiring Grand Mosque of Jumeirah, built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, and stop for a photo of the famous Burj Al Arab. Then you’ll head to the Burj Khalifa, where you’ll stop to have lunch at the Musical Fountains before moving on the huge Dubai Mall.
Other stops on the tour include Palm Island, the iconic Atlantis Hotel, Dubai Marina, and the Barsha area with its year-round ski center.
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Museum admission ticket
- Lunch at the Musical Fountains
What's Not Included
- Personal expenses
- Burj Khalifah and Burj Al Arab admission
- Admission to Ski Dubai
Know Before You Go
• Ticket timings are subject to availability
• Please wear smart casual clothing (no shorts, jeans, flip-flops or sneakers)
• Seating on tours cannot be pre-allocated. Tours are operated on a seat-swap basis at stops, so all guests will be able to enjoy the various views
• Operating schedules and routes may vary during the holy month of Ramadan and in the summer months
• Photography of military and some other government installations is prohibited. With respect to local custom, always ask before taking pictures of local people and please do not photograph local women