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Sightseeing Transfers in Abu Dhabi 

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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque,  Abu Dhabi  |     Click by Artur Malinowski from Flickr

Abu Dhabi is a popular tourist destination, with many attractions to explore. Visitors flying into Abu Dhabi will land at the Abu Dhabi International Airport, which is located about 30 km (18.6 miles) from the city center. Whether you're interested in art and culture, outdoor adventures, or simply soaking up the local atmosphere, Abu Dhabi sightseeing tours offer something for everyone. To get to their destinations, visitors can take advantage of Abu Dhabi airport taxi or Abu Dhabi airport transfer services, which are readily available. Once in Abu Dhabi, visitors can explore the city's many attractions by taking Abu Dhabi sightseeing tours, such as the popular Abu Dhabi City Tour, Desert Safari, Yas Island Tour, Louvre Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, and the Abu Dhabi Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour.

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The Abu Dhabi Airport Taxi Corporation provides Abu Dhabi airport taxi services. Taxis can be found outside the arrivals area of each terminal, and the fare to the city center is typically around AED 70-80. Visitors can also book private taxi Abu Dhabi airport transfers in advance, which can be more convenient. Many tour companies also offer sightseeing transfers in Abu Dhabi, allowing visitors to explore the city's top attractions in comfort and style.


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Marina Mall

Among the biggest and most recognizable shopping malls inside the city, the enormous Marina Mall overlooks the Breakwater. It is designed around a dizzying array of concentric atriums, which are capped with tent-like roofs and contain little fountains. The vistas of the long chain of glass-fronted elevators along the Seafront are the store's biggest draw for those who aren't looking to shop. Again for the cost of a drink or meal at one of the Colombiano coffee houses or Tiara going to revolve restaurant, which together provides bird's-eye viewpoints of the new Fairmont hotel—a vast, pink monstrosity that is currently being constructed directly behind the mall—you can access the towering Marina Sky Tower, which is located at the back of the mall.


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Midtown Abu Dhabi and Capital Gate

The Abu Dhabi National Art show Centre, the immense Zayed Sports City complex that also houses Abu Dhabi's test cricket ground, worldwide tennis center, and numerous other recreational facilities, and, greatest notably, the startlingly bizarre Capital Gate skyscraper are the main features of the Midtown neighborhood, which is situated about 12 km south of the Seafront. Even though its eighteen-degree inclination is over four times those of the iconic Italian monument, the skyscraper has indeed been certified by Guinness World Records as the world's most tilted tower. It is generally (though not very originally) known as the Leaning Tower of Abu Dhabi.


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Yas Island

A number of the most visited tourist sites are now concentrated on Abu Dhabi Yas Island, approximately 30-35 kilometers from the town's center and near the airport. Thanks to the Yas Marina Circuit, which yearly holds the Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix and numerous more events and festivities, fast cars are the rule of the day here. The magnificent Yas Viceroy Hotel, capped by a 217-m-long arching glass-and-steel canopy dotted with more than 5,000 LEDs that ripple wonderfully with various light displays after dark, overlooks the circuit on one side and the island's posh harbor on the other.


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Masdar City

Masdar Metropolis is a genuine surprise, the core of a labeled zero-carbon, zero-waste green city that is car-free and self-sufficient in energy. Yas Island is precisely what you'd imagine in a location based on fossil fuels and within which the motor car is king (using solar power and other renewable sources). The project was previously intended to be six square kilometers in magnitude and house 50,000 people and 1500 businesses, which has largely stagnated since the financial meltdown. However, the tiny proportion that has been managed to finish is still definitely worth a visit and gives a tantalizing sneak preview of what the city of the twenty-second century might possibly look like.


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Explore the Louvre Abu Dhabi's Global Culture & Art Collection

The Louvre Abu Dhabi, the much more impressive museum in the Middle East, encompasses the entire history of humanity's artistic accomplishments, from the Neolithic to the contemporary. This is the best Abu Dhabi Sightseeing. The gallery's architectural style, with its galleries grouped under a massive silver dome, is a reason to stop. The wealth and variety of artwork on show, from iconic Picasso paintings to statues from Egyptian Civilization, is mind-boggling. Along with the personal collection, which encompasses 12 galleries, other significant temporary shows are presented annually. The Louvre will be the first of four notable museums operating on Saadiyat Island in the years ahead and is intended to become Abu Dhabi's cultural center. The two others, the Zayed National Museum and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, are presently in the development stages. Book your hassle-free Sightseeing transfers in Abu Dhabi with Rydeu to get comfortable rides to enjoy all the pretty places.


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Regardless of your hobbies, Dubai genuinely intends to provide you with the best feeling. Notwithstanding its relatively small size, the Gulf state offers diversions for individuals of any age. Dubai has it all, whether you wish to unwind on a beach or party all night. Youngsters that desire to learn will love the city. Make pleasant moments for a lifetime by taking your children to one of the many zoos and aquariums. Dubai is a fantastic city recognized all over the globe for its rich heritage and hospitable people. It is a rising oasis on the northeast corner of the Arabian Peninsula and bordering the Persian Gulf. Annually, millions of business and leisure guests travel to Dubai, which regularly tops lists of locations to visit.


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Sharjah is one of the biggest and most populated cities in the United Arab Emirates and a member of the Dubai-Sharjah-Acman Metropolitan Area. Sharjah is one of the 7 emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, along with Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm Al Quwain, and Ras Al Khaimah. The town, which has been under the authority of the Kasimi Dynasty ever since the 18th century, holds an important position as the UAE's cultural and commercial hub. In terms of the United Arab Emirates Gross National Product, the city makes up about 8%. Sharjah was also chosen in 1998 as the Arab World's Cultural Capital.


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Miles of immaculate beachfront and the opportunity to see dolphins, heritage landmarks, and marketplaces draw tourists to easygoing Ajman. The youngest Emirate in the United Arab Emirates is Ajman, situated on the nation's northern shore. Spending more time on the scenic beach, a 10-mile (16-kilometer) length of white sand dotted with palm trees, is a favorite pastime for many visitors to Ajman. Keep a look outside for dolphins as you swim in warm Persian Gulf waters because they often come this way. Private beach clubs, most of which are leased by hotels, can be found along the coastline. The attractions, which include lounge chairs, sun umbrellas, swimming pools, and water sports equipment, can be used for a cost.


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Al Ain

The fourth-largest city in the UAE, Al Ain, is a trendy tourism destination. Al Ain truly means "the spring" in Arabic, which explains why it is constantly called the Garden City. This city is conveniently accessible and can be accessed from other large cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Traveling to Abu Dhabi from Al Ain is less than two hours, requiring only an hour and a half to get to Dubai. In addition to quick access, the city provides tourists with a wide range of attractions, events, and opportunities to experience its culture, history, and natural beauty. Although Al Ain lacks the iconic modern buildings of Dubai or Abu Dhabi, its picturesque roads and natural beauty make it a popular destination for quick trips.

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