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Airlines flying to Dubai

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Airline Tickets to Dubai

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Flights to other cities

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Direct flights to Dubai

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Helpful information

  • Dubai is located in the United Arab Emirates
  • IATA code: DXB
  • Continent: Asia
  • Currency: UAE Dirham (AED) (Course: 10 AED = 1.96 GBP)
  • Current time: 22:32 (GMT+4)
  • Current date: 2019.10.15

In little over 20 years, Dubai has become one of the world's most glamorous holiday destinations. Compare and book flights to Dubai from the UK with 

With magnificent malls, mesmerising souks and fantastic views from atop its world-leading skyscrapers, holidays in Dubai are ideal for families and couples looking for fun in the sun. Gaze at its modern cityscape from a hot air balloon ride or go on an unforgettable desert safari. 

Whatever you choose to do in Dubai, you'll make memories that last a lifetime. Book your break with today. 

Things to do in Dubai 

  1. Start your visit by exploring the buildings and attractions that make up Dubai's famous skyline. Take the lift up to the observation deck at the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, or pop into the Burj Al-Arab, Dubai's famous 'seven-star' hotel. Look out for the magnificent Palm Island near Dubai Marina too.
  2. But Dubai isn't just about the new – visit Jumeirah Mosque, the largest in the city and a wonderful example of old Islamic architecture in a city that's filled with modern buildings. Special tours are conducted for visitors too.
  3. Dubai is synonymous with shopping. Whether you're visiting during its famous Shopping Festival or later in the year, you'll never have enough time to visit the city's smorgasbord of glitzy malls and mesmerising souks – but you can give it a good try.
  4. With year-round sunshine and beckoning white sand, Dubai's beaches are the toast of the region. Find a sun lounger at a hotel beach or book a diving trip.
  5. Need to get out of the city? A Dubai desert safari should sort you out. Day safaris include dune biking, quad bashing and camel rides, and are great for families. For a more romantic experience, take an evening safari and watch the sunset.
  6. Dubai may have an ultra-modern exterior but take some time to understand its history during your stay. Dubai Museum is a great place to learn more, and a wander round the Bastakiya District will give you a rare glimpse of Old Dubai.
  7. Cool off from the desert sun in one of Dubai's thrilling water parks. Wild Wadi boasts a network of fun rides for all the family, while Aquaventure is a popular new park with a shark lagoon.
  8. Alternatively, head indoors to one of Dubai's many designer spas. Stylish offerings like Amara are ideal for a spot of indulgence, but the Oriental Hammam at the Royal Mirage offers something a little different.
  9. Don't miss the chance to see Dubai's enchanting city and desert landscapes from the air on a hot air balloon ride.
  10. And when you've had enough of all the sand that surrounds you, head to Ski Dubai – the Middle East's first indoor ski resort. 

Shopping in Dubai

Make sure your credit cards are clear before you visit Dubai. Shopping is the favourite local pastime, and some travellers come here solely to browse its malls, souks and designer boutiques. 

Shopping malls

Dubai Mall is the largest in the city, with over 1000 shops, an indoor ice rink and an aquarium. But don't miss stalwarts like the Mall of the Emirates, Deira City Centre and Mercato, an alluring Renaissance-themed shopping mall. 

Dubai Shopping Festival

First held in 1996, the Dubai Shopping Festival usually takes place from January to February every year. Shops across the city cut their prices during the festival, so it's a great time to pick up a bargain. 

Gold souk

This historic market does well to outshine even the ritziest hotels in Dubai. Stall after stall is piled high with gold jewellery, most of it 22 carat. Prepare to haggle with vendors and make sure you know the price of gold before visiting. 

Eating in Dubai 

Thanks to its international population, travellers can pick and choose from a broad range of cuisines across the city. 

What to eat in Dubai

For down-to-earth street food, head to Al Dhiyafah Road. Here, you'll find vendors selling everything from tantalising curries and biriyanis to fragrant Lebanese and Iranian dishes. The smells of succulent lamb and mouth-watering spices and herbs fill the air. 


At the other end of the spectrum are Dubai's high end dining options. Usually, you'll find these in hotels, which offer a medley of chic French, Asian, Modern Arabic and Italian eateries and are usually allowed to serve alcohol. Time Out Dubai's restaurant guide is a great resource for travellers. 

Insider's Tips 

In an emergency, call 999 for the police or ambulance services. For the fire brigade, call 997. The coast guard can be reached on 996. 

UK citizens receive a 30-day Dubai tourist visa free of charge when they land at the airport. This is also the case for US citizens and most EU nationalities but check in advance to see if you qualify. 

Dubai's currency is the Emirati Diram. ATMs are available across the city and credit cards are widely accepted. But make sure you keep your passport on you, in case you need further ID when using your card. 

Getting there from Dubai Airport 

Taxis from Dubai Airport

Taxis are the most common way to get from Dubai Airport to the city. Look out for the distinctive cream-coloured taxis at the airport or ask your hotel to book one for you in advance. 

Car rental

Planning to explore further afield in the UAE? You'll find a range of international car rental desks at all three terminals of Dubai Airport. 

Using public transport

Dubai is served by an extensive bus and metro network. There is a bus station opposite terminals 1 and 2 that take travellers to the city centre. The Dubai Metro runs every 10 minutes and connects passengers with 10 locations across the city. 

For more information, see Dubai Airport and Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority