Product Code : ABLM-C
An Abu Dhabi city tour is the most convenient way to explore the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Among the most impressive parts of the tour is a visit to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one of the eight largest mosques in the world. Spend time admiring its grand architecture, pristine marble walls, exquisite stonework and crystal chandeliers. You will also have the chance to go to Yas Island to indulge in non-stop entertainment at the largest covered park, Yas Water World and the Yas Mall. The area is known for the prestigious Saadiyat Island project.
With the addition of the epic Louvre and Guggenheim Museums, this area successfully projects Abu Dhabi’s image as a cultural hub. You can also look forward to exploring the fruit and dates market in Abu Dhabi Harbour before embarking on a picturesque drive across the Corniche. Marvel at the white mosques, the Emirates Palace and upmarket cityscape. You will reach the Heritage Village, which is one of the best things to do in Abu Dhabi to soak in the tradition and culture of the Arab community. Finally, devote time in the Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi to see rare artworks, including some on loan from Louvre Museum Paris.
- Go to Heritage Village of Abu Dhabi
- Explore the artworks at Louvre Museum
- Visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
- Visit Ferrari World and experience its 40 attractions
- See Yas Island, Yas Water World and Yas Mall
- Entrance ticket to Louvre Museum
- Professional guide
- Food and beverage (Unless specified)
- Personal Expenses
Know Before You Book
- The Sheikh Zayed mosque is open to visitors from Sunday to Thursday between 08:30 AM to 11:30 AM
- Audio guide in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Korean
- Louvre museum closed on Monday
- Schedules are likely to change during the Holy Month of Ramadan
Know Before You Go
- Men visiting the Mosque should wear long trousers
- Please make sure that your body should be fully covered while entering the Sheikh Zayed Mosque
- Ladies visiting the Mosque are required to cover their head with scarf
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