The Dubai Metro offers one of the best ways to get around the city. Trains are driverless and include first class, and women and children only sections. Extensive window panels offer great views.
Our interactive map shows the exact locations of tourist attractions, shopping malls, souks, golf courses, schools, and Metro stations.
Downtown Dubai is a massive real estate development just off Sheikh Zayed Road. It is home to the Burj Khalifa (formerly the Burj Dubai), the world’s tallest building, and the Dubai Mall, the world’s biggest shopping mall.
Al Mamzar Beach Park is a public beach park in the Deira area. It offers a number of beaches, picnic and BBQ areas, and sports facilities.
The Dubai Fountain is the largest musical fountain in the world. It’s also free. For the best views, book a table at one of the many restaurants lining the length of the Burj Khalifa Lake.
The Dubai Frame is the world’s largest picture frame. Offers impressive views of the old and new areas of the city.
Find out what the weather will be like when you visit Dubai. Includes current conditions, a 5-day forecast, and historical data.
The narrow passages of this old market are lined with small stores selling every herb and spice under the sun.
The Gold Souk is the city’s most famous souk. The fascinating market features covered walkways lined with hundreds of shops selling jewellery made from gold, silver, diamonds and other precious metals and stones.
The Waterfront Market is the best place to buy fresh fish in Dubai. The state-of-the-art market opened in 2017, replacing the old Deira Fish Market.
The largest shopping mall in the city is home to more than 1,000 retail outlets including Bloomingdale’s and Galeries Lafayette. It also features a huge selection of restaurants and tourist attractions such as the Dubai Ice Rink, Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo and KidZania.