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Before oil was discovered in the vicinity, Dubai was a tiny fishing village, but after 1966, it was transformed into a modern metropolis and international commercial centre. Today it's famous as one of the most important commercial centres in the world and boasts some of the most sumptuous hotels on earth. A duty free haven, Dubai is famous for its shopping plazas and modern developments that include world-class sports facilities and a variety of tourist amenities.

The city is a charming contrast of high-tech and enchanting old world Arabia - you'll find traditional bazaars selling exotic Arab products and modern malls offering high fashion and the latest technology. The city centre is divided into two by Dubai Creek - to the north you'll find Deira, while to the south lies Bur Dubai, both of which boasts a number of souks, hotels, mosques, shopping malls and restaurants.

Of course, it's not all about the city - just outside the bustling centre are desert oases, unspoilt beaches and old wind towers, a far cry from international cuisine and top class shopping! But shopping is one of the city's main attractions, and people flock here from all over the world to shop in the myriad boutiques, markets, department stores, malls and stalls on offer. Dubai even holds an annual Shopping Festival which is devoted exclusively to retail therapy!

Before oil was discovered in the vicinity, Dubai was a tiny fishing village, but after 1966, it was transformed into a modern metropolis and international commercial centre. Today it's famous as one of the most important commercial centres in the world and boasts some of the most sumptuous hotels on earth. A duty free haven, Dubai is famous for its shopping plazas and modern developments that include world-class sports facilities and a variety of tourist amenities.

The city is a charming contrast of high-tech and enchanting old world Arabia - you'll find traditional bazaars selling exotic Arab products and modern malls offering high fashion and the latest technology. The city centre is divided into two by Dubai Creek - to the north you'll find Deira, while to the south lies Bur Dubai, both of which boasts a number of souks, hotels, mosques, shopping malls and restaurants.

Of course, it's not all about the city - just outside the bustling centre are desert oases, unspoilt beaches and old wind towers, a far cry from international cuisine and top class shopping! But shopping is one of the city's main attractions, and people flock here from all over the world to shop in the myriad boutiques, markets, department stores, malls and stalls on offer. Dubai even holds an annual Shopping Festival which is devoted exclusively to retail therapy!


Flights to Dubai from the UK

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Dubai Travel Facts

  • Dubai connects to 21 United Kingdom airports.
  • Direct flights between United Kingdom and Dubai take approximately 6 hours 47 minutes or 5473 kilometres.
  • Emirates offer direct flights from London Gatwick to Dubai.
  • Biman Bangladesh Airlines offer direct flights from London Heathrow to Dubai.
  • Emirates offer direct flights from London Heathrow to Dubai.
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways offer direct flights from London Heathrow to Dubai.
  • British Airways offer direct flights from London Heathrow to Dubai.
  • Royal Brunei Airlines offer direct flights from London Heathrow to Dubai.
  • Emirates offer direct flights from Manchester to Dubai.
  • Emirates offer direct flights from Glasgow to Dubai.
  • 8 airlines fly directly between the UK and Dubai.
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Dubai Holidays Guide

Dubai has become one of the most popular overseas tourist destinations for British tourists. The city has grown at a rapid pace over the last few years, lead by Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Dubai has an abundance of modern shopping centres, but for those wanting something a bit more traditional a visit to one of Dubai’s souks is a must. The weather is warm for most of the year, so why not enjoy a dip at one of Dubai’s beaches, perhaps Palm Beach or Jumeirah Beach. Visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation in Dubai. Dubai has many luxury hotels and is home to the world’s only 7 start hotel, the Burj Al Arab Hotel. Emirates operates direct flights to Dubai from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow.


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