Explore the best attractions of the capital of UAE
≥ Visit inside the white marble beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
≥ Pass by Al Buteen Area ,where the royal family lives there
≥ visit the Heritage village to learn about Abu Dhabi’s pre-oil past
≥ Photo stop presidential palace (Qasr Al Watan) & Etihad towers
≥ photo stop Emirates palace Hotel
≥ pass by Abu Dhabi Corniche and it’s skyline
≥ photo stop Ferrari world
≥ Lunch break in Yas mall or Marina Mall ( lunch is not included)
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Visit the the largest mosque of UAE and one of the largest mosques in the world. around 41,000 worshippers can worship at the same time at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The mosque was built of Beautiful white marble, and semi-precious stones, from many countries like Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Germany, Austria, New Zealand China, India, and Pakistan.
In Heritage Village gives you an idea of what life was like for the people prior to oil boom and subsequent modernization & you can see how the people lived in the past, it is a very busy heritage outlet with an area set up to resemble life in the past in the desert. You will see a home similar to what was used in the past, traditional goods (Souks), and a crafts center where the craftsmen prepare their items and display for sale. Beach with a great view of modern Abu Dhabi & A traditional mosque is there for the daily prayers.
Photo stop presidential palace & Etihad towers
The Presidential Palace, which was named as one of the best landmarks in the world last year, opened to the public in 2019.The building made of white granite and limestone, the facade has 149,000 unique pieces of silver, crystal and, a dome with a diameter of 37 meters and chandelier made with 350,000 pieces of crystal.
Five stunning towers that sparkle iridescently in sunshine, Etihad Towers is a reflection of how Abu Dhabi is Modern, Sophisticated and Luxurious.
Photo stop Emirates palace Hotel
One of the most expensive hotel in the world, The Emirates Palace it´s a fabulous 5 star hotel, in matter of fact this hotel goes beyond 5- star luxury. Standing majestically on the Arabian Gulf shore, with its private beach that stretches across 1.3km to its very own marina overlooking a natural bay and surrounded by 85 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens. Emirates Palace is the essence of palatial yet traditional Arabic architecture. A site to behold, the Palace is truly one of the most inspiring hotels in Abu Dhabi with 114 breath-taking 18-meter-high domes, ornate hotel rooms and luxury suites decorated in gold and marble
Ferrari world (photo-stop)
It is the first Ferrari-branded theme park and has the record for the largest space frame structure ever built, it covers an area of 86,000 square meters.