Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, is strongly rooted in its rich Arabic heritage. You simply can’t miss the local customs and traditions as you roam around the city’s souks or local markets savoring the delicious flavors and checking out the colorful wares. Famed for the stunning Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi’s historical past is more evident at the 200-year-old Al Maqtaa Fort, or Qasr Al Hosn, the city’s oldest watchtower and a modern archaeological site. But it’s not just its own culture that the city nurtures so lovingly. Abu Dhabi is famous for its unforgettable multicultural experiences, the Louvre being a recent iconic addition to the city! Reminiscent of the stark post-modernist façade of the original, the Louvre Abu Dhabi impresses with its artistic and anthropological collections. Of course, if you are in Abu Dhabi, then you can’t miss the call of the desert. The silky sandy terrain of the Rub Al Khali, the largest portion of the Arabian desert stretches endlessly for you to discover on a drive or by spending a night in a camp in true Bedouin style.
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Emirate Heritage & Modern Skyscrapers
Shopping & Nightlife
Recommended United Arab Emirates Tours
Places: Abu Dhabi (2 days) → Dubai (2) → Dibba (2) → Fujairah (1) → Al Ain (1) → Liwa (2) → Sir Bani Yas Island (3) → Abu Dhabi (1)
Tour Highlights: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Emirate Heritage & Modern Skyscrapers, Shopping & Nightlife, Worlds Tallest Building...
Park Inn by Radisson Abu Dhabi, Yas Island, is a modern hotel located twenty minutes away from Abu Dhabi city center in UAE. It serves as a convenient base to explore local attractions including Yas Beach, the marina, the F1 race circuit, Ferrari World, and Sheikh Zayed mosque.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Abu Dhabi Yas Island is a modern accommodation located a few minutes away from Abu Dhabi airport in UAE. It enjoys close proximity with island attractions such as Yas Beach, the marina, theme parks and the Sheikh Zayed mosque in the neighborhood.