Saturday, August 16, 2014

Navigating the amazing Dubai in just three days

Navigating the amazing Dubai in just three days 
Navigating the amazing Dubai in just three days 
Built literally in the desert, this fascinating country merges the most amazing modern architecture with traditional Bedouin. 

Day 1: 

Start by learning to say "Mafi Mushkil" which for Arabs means something like "patience" and decide to do one program per day: traffic does not give many options. Start by crossing the creek in open (taxi-boat Traditional), follow the maze of the Old Suq Market (not distracting, here not worth buying) to Al Fahidi roundabout. The fort is now Dubai History Museum. Upon exiting, walk left to soak in the tiny district of Bastakiya. Remodeled is good walk with art galleries, cute courtyards and the remains of the old wall of coral that by 1850 around the city of Bur Dubai. Right on the water, Bastakiah Nights is the best choice for a light lunch or dinner with an air of Arabian Nights. 
Day 2: 

Despite the 560 mosques in the city, Jumeirah is the only open to non-Muslims (only guided tours Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 10). By Taxi, go to Deira. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods and is home to the best and most chaotic souks. Be ready to haggle with a vengeance. The gold market is as close to the cave of Ali Baba, most offer 22 karat gold at a good price. Indulge smell in the Spice Souq, and behold from pashminas to shisha and Aladdin lamps. Walk to the station by the stream to choose any of the dhow, these cruises offer dinner with wooden navigation and panoramic view of the city under the moon. 
Day 3: 

Start your morning with a pass through the beach to wet your feet in the Persian Gulf and further travel by taxi or bus to admire how the city is perched on the sand; among the most impressive buildings, Burj Dubai, the tallest in the world (still under construction, will reach 800 meters), Burj al Arab (you can only enter reservation 24 hours in advance), The Palm, Jumeirah Madinat. Make a stop at the mall to see or skiing in the ski (and Arabs dressed in winter jackets over their tunics). In the afternoon, take out an excursion to the desert. Last between 4 and 5 hours and include camel ride and dinner in Bedouin tent with belly dancers dance. 

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