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Intriguing and utterly fascinating, attractions of Dubai defy all superlatives! Visitors to Dubai seize the rare opportunity of beholding the world's tallest building - Burj Khalifa featuring globe's first Armani hotel, humungous mall, superb restaurants and world's highest public observation deck. Besides, Dubai is also home to marvels like the Burj Al Arab, Atlantis-the Palm, Ski Dubai, Palm Islands and the World, Wild Wadi Park, Jumeirah Mosque, countless souks for shoppers and much more that spoil the tourist for choice. The inimitable culture of Dubai is well explored in places like Bastakia Quarters, or aboard the Dhow cruise in Dubai Creek, or by taking a desert safari and spending a day relishing the Bedouin lifestyle.
Dubai International Airport (IATA-DXB) is the prominent gateway to Dubai and other major destinations of the UAE. It is renowned as one of the busiest airports in the world handling fairly large number of flights to and from Middle East. The airport is located 2.5 miles southeast of Dubai with easy accessibility by various modes of transport such as bus and taxi. There are three cutting edge terminals featuring vast range of passenger facilities and best of amenities like trendy restaurants, sophisticated cafes, chic bars, svelte lounges with infinite business amenities and much more. The airport complex also boasts Dubai International Hotel in the terminal offering full-service accommodation.
A number of airlines connect Dubai with worldwide destinations including the United Kingdom. Dubai-London is one of the most popular routes served by international airlines, including British, Middle East and other global carriers. Emirates, Dubai's own airline, operates direct flights to the emirate and is the first choice of many fliers booking tickets to Dubai from Heathrow. It also deploys Airbus A380 on select flights to Dubai. The flag carriers British Airways (UK) and Etihad (UAE) remain the popular choices among hordes of travellers. However, Etihad operates flights only to Abu Dhabi offering onward connection to Dubai by coach service.
Accommodation options in Dubai range from some of the ultimate and epic hotels to simple, worthwhile lodges for all kinds of travellers. Lavish hotels like the Burj Al Arab may not particularly cater to those seeking cheap vacations, but this striking architectural masterpiece is sure to sweep you off your feet. There are several other top-notch properties that pamper with the utmost of luxury and hospitality. Dubai is not only about posh accommodations. Budget travellers can also get large number of inexpensive options scattered all over the city. These hotels not only add affordability to holidays, but ensure rewarding stay.
Winter months from November to April are ripe for visiting Dubai. The temperature ranges from 15 to 20 degrees with soothing sun, dulcet evenings, gentle wind and occasional rain. It is an ideal time when travellers buying tickets aboard flights can take delights in countless gambols such as desert safari, sunbathing by the sun soaked beaches, camping and sightseeing. What is more, Dubai Shopping Festivals also take place during this time attracting swarms of shoppers from all over the globe. However, it is a peak season when cheap flights to Dubai and affordable hotel deals may be hard to obtain.
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