Dubai Travel Guide for First Timers

If you haven’t been to Dubai, you haven’t seen the world yet. This is how simple is that! Dubai is the best place to be, especially in the last week of December and the first week of January when party is in the air. All you have to do is just pack your dancing shoes and say hello to the amazing city of Dubai which always says welcome to its visitors. Dubai is one of the most easily accessible cities in the world and offers its visitors world-class tourism experience and exotic recreational destinations that fill up your mind with precious memories. This article will be your guide to Dubai, if you’re travelling to the city for the first time in your life.

 

  1. The first and the foremost job to do to reach Dubai is getting there. The state-run Emirates airlines, FlyDubai, AirArabia, Ittehad Airways, Qatar Airways, and many other top airlines will get you to Dubai in a secure and an efficient fashion. These airline companies offer roll out deals which help people like you and me to book cheaper flights to the land of dreams.
  2. Your timing of the travel also holds the key in the whole program or plan. As we all know Dubai is located in a desert where general climate conditions are extreme hot and harsh. However, things get better from October onwards till April, and this is your window to visit this amazing place. This time span is the tourist season in Dubai, so brace yourself up for crowded places and higher prices at the local hotels. However, you can still enjoy the same Dubai, without cool weather, from June to August as well when the prices will be on the lower side. The good thing is that Dubai has air-conditioning system installed everywhere.
  3. Dubai is most popular as the hottest tourism place which means it is studded with some of the most remarkable hotels on the planet. If you’re traveling to Dubai on a budget, you should avoid staying in a luxury hotel, rather you can still enjoy the city if you stay in a cheaper hotel.
  4. Moving around in Dubai is convenient and quite pocket-friendly. The famous Sheikh Zayed Road holds the key in getting you to any place in Dubai. The highly-acclaimed Dubai Metro Train Service is also laid on the sidelines of the main artery. You may also use the RTA Buses to get to any place in the city while taxis can also be a good option but you have to keep an eye on the meter.