If you’ve got only one day to explore the capital city, then you can’t go wrong with our Abu Dhabi City Tour which also grants an entry to the distinguished Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum.
Venture out of Dubai’s glamorous attractions and into the unequaled sights of the UAE’s capital city on this ultimate sightseeing tour. We know that a whole day is not enough to take in the charismatic culture and contemporary allure of Abu Dhabi, but still we’ve managed to create a failsafe itinerary with all highlights including an easy access to the brand-new Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum.
Beginning with an on-time pick up from your Dubai location, you’ll make your way through the region’s beautiful architectural treasures before arriving at Abu Dhabi. Feel the city’s old-world vibe and immaculately relaxed settings, as you enjoy a drive through the Date Market and further stop to capture some great pictures at the Corniche which is highly favored for its pristine beaches and the imposing waterfront promenade.
Then, drive through the Emirates Palace - one of Abu most Dhabi’s luxurious and expensive hotels. Just a few minutes’ drive from there, you’ll witness one of the greatest masterpieces of Islamic architecture as you enter the all-white Sheik Zayed Mosque. Soak in its heavenly ambience and explore its stunningly intricate architecture and attention to detail artworks, ranging from the largest of its kind hand-knotted carpet to the world’s biggest chandelier that graces its main prayer hall.
From Sheik Zayed Mosque, you’ll tour Yas Island - one of the top-rated recreation spots not only in Abu Dhabi but in the whole of UAE. You’ll find yourself capturing here some great pictures against the backdrop of the action-packed Ferrari World Theme Park.
Your final stop will see you at one of the UAE’s most awaited and prestigious attractions, Louvre Abu Dhabi Universal Museum. Besides its legendary name and matchless architecture that results in a stunning ‘rain of light’ effect, it will leave you in total awe with its more than 600 astonishing displays; about half of them have been compiled from 13 major French institutions. This includes La Belle Ferronnière painting Leonardo da Vinci and Vincent Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait.