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Dubai is one of the most exciting cities on earth and it's waiting to be discovered in 2018 or 2019. With our top deals on cheap flights and Dubai hotels, cheap holidays to Dubai have never been easier to find.
Dubai, located in the United Arab Emirates, is sure to take your breath away. This is a city where nothing is done by halves, and its futuristic skyline is dotted with some of the highest skyscrapers on earth. The dazzling Jumeirah Beach and year-round sunshine are perhaps the biggest draws, but there's also world-class shopping and dining, enticing historic mosques and souks, and a truly grand choice of entertainment which runs the gamut from Jeep tours of the deserts to the thrilling attractions of the Dubai Parks and Resorts complex, which includes the fun-filled Motiongate theme park, Legopark and Lego Waterpark.
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You’ll find myriad glorious sand-swept areas to laze upon in Dubai's year-round sunshine, the biggest attraction of the United Arab Emirates sizzling climate. This means whether you want to visit in 2018 or 2019, Dubai breaks are always a good idea. Make your way to the beach at Jumeirah for a much-needed dose of rest and relaxation. The Jumeirah Beach, located on the Palm Jumeirah, is ideal for a luxury holiday as many of the hotels have their own private beachfront.
Just south of it is Kite Beach, a hot spot for kite surfers and paddleboarders. While many beaches belong to hotels and are private (although you can often enter for a fee), there are numerous public options to visit, including Mazer Beach Park, which has Blue Flag status, is a perennial favourite and offers lots of great facilities.
For breathtaking views, head down to the waterfront. This vibrant Dubai Marina is the setting for many restaurants, bars and entertainment developments as well as featuring some of the most beautiful yachts and luxury apartments. By day, it serves as the ideal place for some shopping while by night you might find yourself sipping on drinks at one of its luxurious hotels. The best views of the Palm Jumeirah are from one of the viewing decks.
If you’re looking to dial things up a notch, Dubai holidays offer a plethora of high-octane watersports for those with a sense of adventure for your 2018 or 2019 holidays.
There's so much to do in Dubai when the sun goes down. Despite the fact that the United Arab Emirates is a predominately Islamic country with some stringent alcohol laws, there is still a huge selection of bars and clubs that cater to every conceivable taste. You could relax by the beach at one of the many beach clubs featuring DJs or live music. Or take in one of the luxury hotels that boast panoramic views of the stunning Dubai Marina and Palm Jumeirah (which looks even more amazing from above).
There are US-style sports bars, Irish-style pubs, and outposts of a host of internationally famous clubs, many offering happy hours, theme nights and special entertainment. Remember that the weekend in the United Arab Emirates is considered to be Thursday and Friday, so plan your visit and your nights out accordingly!
Another way to make the most of your Dubai holiday is to plan around festivals that take place across the city. The largest is Ramadan, which will take place in 2019 between the 15th May and the 14th of June, when much of the city will be fasting. Nights come alive during Ramadan when everyone breaks fast. Many hotels keep their bars and restaurants open during this time to cater to international tourists. Eid al-Adha will take place between the 21st August and the 25th of August 2019.
Dubai has much to offer its visitors, whether you decide to approach it as a city break or a luxury holiday for two. Dubai holidays offer world-class hotels and access to a world-leading city. Our top pick for a romantic hotel is Rixos the Palm Dubai, located in the Palm Jumeirah. Rixos The Palm Dubai is a stunning 5-star property, you'll find its luxury and great location full of allure.
With lots of choices on stunning couples hotels in Palm Jumeirah, Dubai is perfect for a whirlwind getaway treat for your partner in 2019. Check out our holiday deals with flights.
Certainly, Dubai is one of the world's best city breaks and it ticks all the boxes with its superb range of beautifully appointed hotels, world-famous malls and a dazzling array of eateries to suit every budget and palate. With its superb beaches and range of watersports facilities, Dubai works perfectly for couples looking for a bit of adventure during their holiday in Dubai.
And what could be more romantic in 2018 / 2019 than sipping cocktails with mesmerising Dubai spread out at your feet at one of the glamorous hotels, or lazing under a coconut-palm parasol and gazing out at the sea?
Dubai's most famous attractions are its glittering skyscrapers, malls and beaches, but there's so much more to this fascinating city. Beyond the glamorous Burj Khalifa, explore the historic Al Fahidi neighbourhood, also known as Bastakiya, where the narrow lanes and souks have changed little in more than a century. You can also visit the outstanding Dubai Museum, set in an 18th-century fort, to discover more about the city's Bedouin heritage, pearl-diving trade and the history of the United Arab Emirates.
The beautifully restored home of Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum was built in the 1890s and allowed the Sheikh to watch the ships from his balconies. Down by the wharf, traditional dhows bob in the harbour, and some have been restored to take tourists on cruises along the coast.
The city also has a wealth of contemporary art galleries, as well as world-class performing arts venues, which attract the best opera, ballet, and contemporary dance companies from around the globe.
Eating out is one of Dubai's greatest pleasures: you'll find food from every corner of the globe at prices to suit all budgets. Plus, with our deals on flights and hotels for 2018 / 2019, you'll have more cash to splash on the more important things. There is a vast choice of eating options, ranging from shawarma bought from a street merchant in one of the many old town souks, right through to opulent restaurants awash with Michelin stars.
Enjoy the view from the Burj Khalifa's sky-high restaurant, check out the local souks or explore your options in the Palm Jumeirah. Note that locals eat late in the United Arab Emirates, mostly because of the heat, beginning dinner around 9 or 10 pm, but most restaurants open earlier to cater for the hordes of international visitors. The most popular restaurants in Dubai are usually those that come with a view.
You can cool off with a mint tea in a typical Arabian tea house, tuck into brunch at one of Dubai's trendy loft-style eateries, and eat your way around the world at dinner, whether you want Japanese sushi, Italian pasta, Arabian treats or Lebanese mezze. After supper, head to one of Dubai's beach clubs in Palm Jumeirah or a luxury hotel bar to enjoy spectacular views.
If you’ve got the kids with you, you’ll find many things to do in Dubai to keep them occupied. It should be noted that family is an important part of the culture in the United Arab Emirates, and you'll receive a warm welcome. Where else can you spend your 2018 / 2019 on the beach, go snowboarding at lunchtime, explore the desert in the afternoon and spend your evening scaling the world’s tallest tower? With our deals on flights and hotels packages, you can keep this family holiday affordable, too!
From the Dubai Mall, The Mall of the Emirates, or the Burj Khalifa, Dubai is an awe-inspiring sight for little eyes. With our cheap deals on Dubai holidays - including flights to Dubai Airport and excellent child-friendly hotels - planning a family holiday to Dubai has never been easier.
There are numerous experiences to be had on holidays to Dubai, whether you’ve got adrenaline-seeking teenagers or inquisitive little ones. Jumeirah Beach is great for the whole family, with lots of adrenaline-fuelled activities like kite surfing for older kids, while little ones will be happy building sandcastles and jumping waves.
For a brilliant day out with the kids, you could also head to the fantastic Dubai Parks and Resorts complex, home to the Motiongate theme park (complete with rollercoasters based on The Hunger Games), kid-faves Legopark and the Lego Waterpark, plus the fun-filled Bollywood park!
There are a fantastic aquarium and underwater zoo, a plethora of nature parks and theme parks - including the world's biggest theme park, the IMG Worlds of Adventure. You could also take the kids on a cruise in the Dubai Creek, or visit one of the fascinating museums - you'll find everything from beautifully restored historic houses dedicated to the city's long history as well as exciting galleries featuring contemporary art and design.
Dubai attractions are as exciting as they are varied but you should definitely partake in some water sports while you’re there, with water skiing, windsurfing, banana boats, parasailing and good old fashioned swimming all available off and around Jumeirah Beach. You can also find many tour operators in the Dubai Marina. Other things to do in Dubai during your adventurous break include scuba diving, a 4X4 desert safari and a hot air balloon trip.
Dubai also prides itself on the fairly rare attraction of a ski slope in a mall, the Mall of the Emirates, complete with real snow! Those in search of more sedate sports in the heat can indulge in some golf at any one of the impressive courses in the area.
Dubai is most famous for its glittering hotels, malls and beaches, but there's plenty more to this dynamic city you can discover on your 2019 Dubai holiday. Stroll around the Al Bastakyia district to get a flavour of the historic city, often overlooked, or take a cruise along the Dubai waterways. You can get out into the desert to stargaze, watch wildlife or take Jeep tours across the wilds. And of course, Jumeirah Beach - paradisiacal stretches of blazing white sand lapped by the turquoise sea - is a year-round draw on Dubai trips. Finding a hotel on the Palm Jumeirah or actually along Jumeirah Beach is an easy business.
The Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world, is also home to the world's highest nightclub and restaurant, and you can get amazing views from the observation deck on the 124th floor. The Burj Khalifa is the central part of the Dubai Mall, which, as well as its endless shops, bars and restaurants, is also home to a vast aquarium and an ice-skating rink. At the Mall of the Emirates, one of the most expansive malls in the world, there is even an indoor ski centre. Located on Atlantis the Palm is the awesome waterpark, Aquaventure. Perfect for cooling down after a day exploring.
There are so many world records in Dubai that the Guinness Book of World Records has set up an office there. Another of them belongs to the Palm Jumeirah, the world's largest man-made island, which is shaped like an enormous palm tree. Jumeirah also has some of the best beaches in Dubai. Then there's the Dubai Fountain (the second-largest in the world), with a 150-metre water jet that dances to music in a fabulous sound and light show. The views from both the Burj Khalifa and the Burj Al Arab are pretty spectacular, especially on a clear day.
Seek out the historic heart of Dubai to browse through the souks and markets in Deira, or admire the lovely old dhows bobbing in the bay at the Dhow Wharfage to get some insight into the Dubai that existed before it was transformed by the oil boom. Dubai is constantly evolving and no year is better to visit than 2018 or 2019. And escape the city by heading into the wilds, where you can learn about the remarkable Bedouin culture or go in search of the wildlife in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve among scores of other adventurous activities.
And, if you're looking for a fun-filled time with all the family, make for the fantastic Dubai Parks and Resorts complex, where you can enjoy all the thrills and spills of the Motiongate theme park ('Hollywood in the desert'), plus Legopark, Lego Waterpark and much more!
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