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For a taste of the luxe life, the Corniche area is an impeccable choice, with its high-end hotels and upscale shopping and dining options. If you prefer a more local, authentic experience, the Al Fahidi Historical District offers traditional markets and cultural attractions.
This is a tough one! How much do you want to squeeze into your holiday? Some people may opt to go hard and cram it into a few days, while others may stretch it out and enjoy a week or more.
Unless you enjoy being a sweaty Betty, the best time to visit Abu Dhabi is during the cooler months from November to April when temperatures are more pleasant and there is less humidity. However, the city is a popular destination all-year-round and offers a variety of events and activities for travellers.
There’s no shortage of activities to fill your days and nights in Abu Dhabi. Exploring the city's many museums and art galleries, desert safaris, camel riding, and water sports at the beach are up there among our top picks!
If relaxation is high on your holiday agenda, you’re in luck as there are many places to kick back and relax in Abu Dhabi. Corniche beach, Yas Island beach, the Eastern Mangroves National Park, and the Al Ain Oasis, to name a few.
Pack appropriate (modest) clothing for the hot and dry weather, sunscreen, a hat or scarf to protect from the sun, and comfortable shoes for exploring the city.
Some popular destinations to visit in Abu Dhabi include the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Yas Island, and the Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum.