Information about United Arab Emirates

Information about United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates and Dubai are only 6 hours by plane away and offer great city, lots and culture and delicious beaches. This is a perfect destination for families with children, couples and adventurers. Either you make a stop here on your way further out into the world or you stop here and experience all the contrasts this exciting place offers.

PRACTICAL INFO ABOUT TRAVELING IN DUBAI

Climate and best travel time
The best time to travel to the United Arab Emirates is from November to March when the temperature is comfortable and not too hot. During the summer months, the temperature can rise to 40-50 ° C, which makes it difficult for most people to stay outdoors. Our recommendations for the best time to travel are based on the weather in previous years. Visit sportsqna.com for United Arab Emirates UAE.

Visa
NOTE! The visa rules can change so we recommend that you check with the country’s embassy well in advance of travel. The following information is subject to change:

For Swedes with citizens, a visa to the United Arab Emirates is not required for stays of up to 90 days. You will automatically receive a 90-day residence permit stamped in the passport upon arrival.

Transport
Bus and metro
Public transport in Dubai and Abu Dhabi is both efficient and cheap. It consists of bus and metro / metro and water buses. Most employees speak English so it is easy to get help. You pay with a travel card that you buy at shops and at the larger stations.

Taxi
There are plenty of taxis in the cities and it is an easy way to get there. All cars use taximeters.

Car rental
The road network in the United Arab Emirates is good and it works to travel around the country with your own rental car. However, you have to be extremely careful inside Dubai itself as the traffic is fast and heavy with far too many car accidents as a result, but if you want to make a road trip around the country or maybe to Oman, the traffic works much better.

Tips
In most countries, tips are part of the salaries of employees in the service industry. Therefore, it is good practice (and sometimes directly necessary) to give tips to, for example, cleaning staff, waiters, guides, drivers, etc. depending on the country you are visiting. Therefore, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with how much is normally given in tips and to whom before you embark on your journey. Find information on tips in Lonely Planet’s guidebooks.

FACTS

CAPITAL: ABU DHABI

LANGUAGE: ARABIC

CLIMATE: TROPICAL DESERT CLIMATE

CURRENCY: DIRHAM (AED)

RELIGION: ISLAM

INSPIRATION DUBAI

Explore the family and visit the local souq market. Enjoy the beautiful beaches, see the impressive views from the top of the Burj Khalifa, have a romantic dinner on a river cruise in a classic dhow, spend the night with Bedouins in the desert or go shopping among the huge shopping malls. The adventurous can head over to the other part of this desert state and snorkel among colorful fish and corals, experience the atmosphere at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, enjoy the stunning beaches at Dibba, explore the camel market in Al-Ain, watch the sunrise over Al Jahili Fort and take a swim in Hatta Rock Pools.

We specialize in tailoring trips to the United Arab Emirates and Dubai. We book desert excursions, visits to the top of the Burj Khalifa, dhow cruises and overnight stays at everything from family resorts to luxury hotels or simpler tourist hotels, transfers and much more.

Information about United Arab Emirates