Private old and modern Dubai city tour
Experience the world’s’ biggest megastructures After Dubai go tours pick you up from your selected hotel or location, your journey begins at Dubai Creek – the old part of the city with a deeply ingrained history. After a photo stop at the Creek, dive into Al Bastakiyah, the oldest neighborhood in the city. This place, the first free zone in the world, is popular for its cooling towers and its narrow winding streets. Afterward, we will continue towards Al Fahidi Fort, considered the oldest building that is still in optimal operating conditions. This fort now houses the Dubai Museum along with a former mosque and the court of the former ruler. After visiting the museum, hop on an ancient method of transportation – the Abra water taxi. Your tour of old Dubai ends with a quick visit to the spice souk (where the shops are full of sacks of herbs and spices) and the gold souk (the world’s largest gold bazaar).
Continue to be fascinated as the most glamorous part of Dubai unfolds in front of you as we drive down the Jumeirah road. Soon you will be able to stop to take photos in the charming Jumeirah Mosque. Then we will make another stop at the Burj Al Arab Hotel, the tallest of its kind, located on a man-made island. From here we will continue traveling to Palm Jumeirah, the artificial island reminiscent of a palm tree. Let yourself be captivated by the views of this island and the Atlantis hotel, which acts as its entrance arch. Feel the heartbeat of the Emirates in Dubai as you drive down the Sheikh Zayed Expressway, where most of the city’s modern skyscrapers are located. The next stop is the world’s largest shopping area – the Dubai Mall, next to which stands a tower that needs no introduction, Burj Khalifa. The photo stop with this wonderful background structure is one of the most precious activities that tourists and residents can do in Dubai. After completing the tour to visit Dubai, we will take you back to your selected hotel/location.