Abu Dhabi


2018 Abu Dhabi: Best-of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Tourist Board The atmosphere of the streets is very different from the first glimpses of Abu Dhabi. Often chic and contemporary, the U.A.E. capitol presents a stunning blend of traditional and progressive.

Abu Dhabi, which traces its wealth of historical origins back to around 3000 BC, retains a much more Arabic ambience than the glittering Dubai.

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It is the German capitol and the center of the United Arab Emirates' governing body. She is the biggest town of the emirate Abu Dhabi and one of the most advanced towns of the whole year. Dhabi Abu Town shines in the night. Abu Dhabi is the home of a number of petroleum corporations and governments.

Only 420,000 inhabitants throughout the whole emirate, each with an avarage net wealth of 17 million US dollars! It offers large landscaped areas and park, lush arcades along every street and path, luxurious high-rise towers, luxurious hotels and luxurious commercial centres. For a long time regarded as a burocratic outer post that lacks pep in neighboring Dubai, the situation began to undergo radical changes in 2004 after the long-time sovereign Sheikh Zayed died and his son Sheikh Khalifa took power.

The Yas Island is home to Abu Dhabi's F1 circuit and the new Ferrari amusement parks, while Saadiyat's forthcoming $28 billion culture area and its core, the Guggenheim (scheduled to open in 2017) and the Louvre Museum (scheduled to open in 2015), have been hit by repeated lags. How well the plan will work will remain to be seen, but the town is certainly going through a building boom. What's more, the development of the project is still underway.

Abu Dhabi's nucleus is a wedge-shaped islet, linked to the continent by the Maqta and Musaffah bridge. At the broad end of the gusset is the downtown area, with the Corniche extending along the coastline and a street, also known as Airport Rd or Sheikh Rasheed bin Saeed al Maktoum St, leading longitudinally to the bridge.

Road adresses in Abu Dhabi are at the same time very logically and desperately bewildering. A lot of streets have old streets, such as "Airport Rd", which may not match the old name, such as "Maktoum St", and the streets are separated into old streets like "Khalidiyya". A recent decrees, however, subdivided the municipality into numbers of "zones" and "sectors", with all streets in each section having numbers, First St, Second St, etc., and the overwhelming majorities of road signage referring only to them.

The Airport Rd is the Second St. and the even numbers go further eastwards to the Airport Rd through the Abu Dhabi Mall. The lines from Route No. 222nd to Route No. 332nd go through the new Bateem Marina on the western side of Airport Road. When you take a cab, chances are you'll reach "behind the Hilton Baynunah" much quicker than "Fifth Street, Sector 2".

The Abu Dhabi International Airport[97] (IATA: AUH, ICAO: OMAA) is the second most important UAE international hub (after Dubai) and home to the Abu Dhabi Etihadlag. Further large airlines flying to Abu Dhabi are Air India, British Airways, Jet Airways, KLM, Pakistan International Airlines and Turkish Airlines. However, the vast bulk of Abu Dhabi services are handled by Etihad Airways.

It is divided into Terminals 1 (the initial terminal), 2 (for flights to India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as well as Rotana Jet flights) and 3 (a new one for Etihad Airways and its code share partners). There is a lot of maintenance and free shops at the same time.

But it can be a bit crowded at rush hour around middle of the night. At present, the development of the terminal is extensive and is still in progress at the beginning of 2011. Pick-up of your suitcases is also quite simple, but please note that the staff of the airports can take the pockets of a plane out of the merry-go-round and put them in a stacking area next to it, as the airports have only a few shopping malls.

Sometimes safety can be lacking, with gun safety and immigrant personnel unable to do much to keep the masses under check, and it can take up to 3 working hours after that. Go to/from the airport: From Al Ghazal, the taxi rides are a lump sum to Dhs 75 in the town and take about 40mins.

Measured cabs are now permitted to collect travellers from the airports. Driving to Abu Dhabi downtown costs AED60-70. A taximeter can also take a passenger to the airports. Wait for long queues at the cab rank during the evenings and nights. Free shuttles to Dubai are offered at frequent intervals when you fly with Etihad.

Atihad is not going downtown Abu Dhabi. They leave from the parking lot at the front of the parking lot at the rental cars. One good option is to travel to Dubai International Airports in the neighboring Dubai Arab Republic and take a further trip by coach or, if you are really in a rush, by cab.

From/to Dubai Airport: Approximately AED300 will be charged for a measured Dubai aerodrome taxicab directly to downtown Abu Dhabi. In order to get a coach, you must travel to one of several Dubai buses to take the Emirates Express to Abu Dhabi. When you have a vehicle, you can rent Mahtara's Auto Store Service (+9714 2858484) and get free transport to Dubai International Airports.

Kuwaitaxi offers transfer services from Dubai Airport to Abu Dhabi. Between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the five-lane E11 is the country's busiest line, and the 130-kilometer stretch can be completed in about 90 minutes. Keep away from the leftside and be careful, especially at nights. From Dubai, to get directly to Abu Dhabi on the E11, keep your turn at Al Shahama and take the E10, which goes past Yas Island (exit at E12) and Al Raha Beach, on the way to Sheikh Zayed Bridge to Abu Dhabi City.

Located on the north bank of Abu Dhabi Island, this viaduct directly links Salam Street (8th Street), a recently extended mega highway. Alternatively to the Zayed Brigde there are E10 access points connecting to the Maqta Brigde which runs to both 2nd Street (Airport Road) and 3rd Street (East Road or Muroor Road).

In the low season these trails lead quite fast into the city. Car parks can be a major challenge in the city' s main shopping districts and areas. Although there are some free car parks, most car parks throughout the city are regulated by the Department of Transportation's Mawaqif programme, which allows you to pay both at the curbs (receipts should be shown in the windscreen) and through a subscriptions programme, which allows you to send a park ticket by text message after you have been moved into a room.

Parking garages are often found in commercial centres (e.g. Al Wahda Mall). Abu Dhabi can be reached by coach from the other emirates of Dubai, Sharjah, etc. Emirates Express between Abu Dhabi and Dubai is run by the communities of Abu Dhabi and Dubai joint. This 130 km long stretch lasts about two acres.

RTA's Dubai RTA busses are luxurious busses that bill 25 Dirtams for the rest of the trip to Abu Dhabi and AED15 for the comeback. Abu Dhabi busses calculate 15 Dirhams per route. There is a first service from Abu Dhabi Central Station on the intersection of Hazza bin Zayed the First (11th) St and East (4th) Rd at 05:30 and a last service at 23:30, every 30 minutes or if the service is full earlier.

Busses from Dubai depart from Al Ghubaiba train terminal in Bur Dubai (opposite Carrefour Shopping) from 05:30 and 23:30. Please refer to the schedule on the Dubai Government website for coach time. They can stop any measured cab on the road in Dubai or elsewhere in the UAE and ask to drive to Abu Dhabi.

Between Dubai and Abu Dhabi the costs are about 250 AED. Taxi services from Abu Dhabi to Dubai run at about 200 AED. bu Dhabi is designed for automobiles. Taxi's are a great way for locals to explore Abu Dhabi when they don't have a vehicle. They can be marked anywhere in Abu Dhabi if you see one coming by.

When they are available, the center light is turned off and the shield is illuminated at nights. Flughafentaxis look more contemporary and have a top screen that tells you if the cab is available or taken in English and Arabian. This is the only cab you can get at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

It starts at 25 and the price to the town can be high according to the location. Abu Dhabi's central bus terminal is located on Hazaa Bin Zayed Road. Here you can take busses to various points within the town as well as intercity busses.

One way trip within Abu Dhabi City with our one way ticket includes our one way ticket for Abu Dhabi City (AED2), one way ticket for a regionally based coach (AED4) and one way ticket for Ojra Passport (DAED80). Locally located busses demand an accurate ticket price pre-installed on a chip card or multi-use, whereas locally based busses, such as the A1 terminal buss, give changing. Itinerary 007: Al Reem Shams Gate to Marina Mall via Zayed 1st Street (also known as Electra).

Ten-minute intervals, 30-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals. Break Water über die Hamdan Street, Zayed die 2ième (via 4ième) rue, Airport Road, Al Manhal Street. Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals. From Al Marina to Al Mina Souq via Al Falah Street. Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals.

Al Akhdar to Al Mina Co-Op on Al Falah Street. Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals. from Al Marina to Al Mina Fishermen Association via Hazzaa Bib Street towards Hazzaa Bib Street. Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals. City Carrefour to Marina Mall via Airport Road, Bus Station and 1 Street to Sayed.

Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals. Itinerary 034: Ras Al Akhdar to Abu Dhabi dishes via Al Marina and Muroor Road. All 20 mins, all 60 mins at a time. Twenty-four hour. Itinerary 040: Al Maryyah to Khalifa Park South via Zayed 1st Street and Khäleej Al Arabi Road.

All 20 mins, all 60 mins at a time. Twenty-four hour. Itinerary 052: Al Maryyah to Umm Al Naar via Airport Road. Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals. Itinerary 054: Sports City Carrefour to Abu Dhabi Mall via East Read, Bus Station and Hamden Street. Twenty-minute intervals, every 60-minute intervals at dark, 24-hour intervals.

Sheikh Zayed Mosque. Abu Dhabi riders have a reputed ruthlessness. When renting/owning a vehicle in Abu Dhabi, be extra cautious. However, if you choose to take the leap, note that the road numeration system is uncommon and may take 30-45 workingdays to become accustomed to.

Whilst hiking in Abu Dhabi is no big deal for the local people, visitors from cold climates will experience hot and sunny days. Abu Dhabi could have a temperature in excess of 50°C, although forecast data "change" it so they say it is much chillier than it actually is.

The Jaywalking is as much against the law in Abu Dhabi as it is in the USA, but you can be sure of that from the ruthlessrivers. There are few historic or culture sites in Abu Dhabi, but there is certainly no lack of attraction and many of them are free. Zayed Mohawk, the UAE's biggest Mohawkm.

in the Sheikh Zayed Mosque. The spectacular Abu Dhabi promenade extends 6 km from the jetty near the Marina Shoping Mall to almost the harbour of Mina Zayed. This is all against the background of the stunning turrets of Abu Dhabi city centre. Stop by in the evenings and you will have the feeling that all of Abu Dhabi has come here for his nightly stroll.

Situated on the island Marina opposite the Marina Mall. It has a beautiful sandy area with a great views of the town! There are several large lawns in Abu Dhabi, many of which have playgrounds and children's facilities, and the town is dotted with beautiful wells, fluorescent lights and casual sculptures.

The Abu Dhabi Culture Centre has become a symbol of the Emirates and organises year round arts meetings and festivals. There is a well-equipped public Library, children's programmes, arts fairs, charity and other arts-related activity that is the trademark of every town. Abu Dhabi is home to a large number of different development and project work.

Yas Island's Yas Island' Alpha Men's Motorsport Cave has a world-class motorsport circuit that hosted the last Formula 1 event of the 2009 racing year, and is scheduled for 2010 - the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix[99], a Ferrari themed park, a magnificent aquatic garden and - of course - a huge Malls.

fossil in a rock face near Abu Dhabi. Almost all Abu Dhabi hotel and club establishments provide bathing opportunities, mostly in the shape of privately owned beach. Though nature may seem boring and disinteresting at first sight and even hazardous due to arid wilderness features, the Abu Dhabi Empire, which stretches into the Empty Quarter and the Oman Hills, has stunning nature attractions - the hard part is to know where to find these lovely places!

The Al Safa Park is one of the oldest in Abu Dhabi. The city of Shweihan in the east of the Abu Dhabi Empire is known for its racing, and Liwa also has an Annual Events.

Abou Dhabi Classic Run - Beethoven Beats[ 107] (September 29 - October 1, 2010; Corniche Beach, Abu Dhabi) Charity events, revenue goes to musical educators and diabetic careers. The Abu Dhabi is the vision of a forced buyer. The Abu Dhabi mall is a three-story commercial center in the Tourist Club Area, adjoining the Beach Rotana Hotel.

The Marina mall has a water feature of fountains and blankets, surrounded by sound of thirst and rains. Opened in 2007, the Al Wahda Mall is a large, contemporary shopping centre in the centre of the inner town ( street 11 and 4). And there are many small, independant shops all over the town. Food shops such as Spinney's, Carrefours and the Abu Dhabi Cooperative Society are cheap and mostly equipped with goods from the West.

Though Abu Dhabi is home to a broad spectrum of culinary delights and ethnic groups, there is not much variation in the kitchen. It is home to all kinds of quick foods like McDonald's and Hardees, but there is little reason for most locals to do so. Abu Dhabi's enjoyment is that everywhere, from small huts to cozy restaurant hotels to Burger King, it's delivered all over the town.

Rich in vegetables and beans, local meals, the variety of the wonderful purely vegeterian India kitchen and the high supply of daily prepared meals make Abu Dhabi a stress-free time. As Muslims are quick in the daytime, meals are normally served during the night. You can find some of the best (but not necessarily good) groceries in the town in the many local restaurants.

In contrast to some other countries in the Near East, the Abu Dhabi bar will be able to take most beverage orders. Hemingway's, Hilton Abu Dhabi (Corniche West) - There are three different places inside. Most of the time the band is home / clubs, although they have a somersault party. Captain's Arms Le Meridien (Eastern Abu Dhabi) - Classic UK style bar in the yard of the hospital.

Wakatua, Le Meridien (East Abu Dhabi) is a Polynesian shaped Cocktailbar at the other end of the inner court, directly at the waterside. There is a beautiful look at darkness, over the waters. The Rock Bottom, at the Capital Hotel, is one of the most sought after nightclub venues in Abu Dhabi.

There' even a stall for late at night to get some tasty food. A must in Abu Dhabi, the main venue is beautifully furnished, comfortably furnished, with great services, a south-facing terrace facing the premises and an entertaining setting with great jazz and colourful lasers.

The Sax is a favourite nightclub at the Royal Meridian Hotel (not to be mixed up with Le Meridian Hotel). It' not a place you should go to, if you want to speak at all, at least not on a Saturday evening. Every single working week there is something fun, from the "Quiz Night" to the "Ladies Night".

At the beginning of the morning the band plays a mixture of vintage and oldie tunes with fast tunes for the audience of the evening. This is a great place to go out if you like the Abu Dhabi locals and Arab icebreakers. The Trader Vic's is a renowned coctail bar/restaurant at the Beach Rotana Hotel (connected to the Abu Dhabi Mall).

Novotel Hotel and Sands Hotel are also known for their nightspots, which men often visit when they want to buy a date for the evening. Late in the evening they have a DJ and a host of bands playing smoother music. Abu Dhabi used to be half the Dubai rate, but no more, as many of them charge over 500 Dhs per overnight.

Long stay residents and employees in Abu Dhabi can use flats. Abu Dhabi has many residential buildings, some are high tower buildings with offices, while others are above small businesses, not very well cared for and small. There are many employment possibilities in Abu Dhabi for those who are willing to take the step and move.

For several years now, the Abu Dhabi Education Council has been recruiting English-speaking educators from the West to improve the Abu Dhabi education system. West African educators seeking an Abu Dhabi experience can turn to a government-authorized recruitment agency such as Footprints Recruiting and work in the emirate for an outstanding tax-exempt wage.

One of the most visited touristic destinations, only 90 minutes away. If you want a comfortable and relaxed setting free from the hectic pace of urban living, come and see the tranquil Umm Al Quwain emirate.

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