Abu-Dahbi, or the city where everything is possible.
Did you think that human desert was opposite to the presence of huge buildings ? Did you believe that finding tranquility and peace next to a business centre were improbable ? You were wrong. If you are looking for this incredible way of life, the secret is summed up in one word: Abu-Dahbi. Thanks to all its assets, Abu-Dahbi is not only a beautiful city, but also it is the place where "well-being" is THE keyword. The best way you could pass the best holidays of your life depends on your destination and in this regard, Abu Dahbi fulfil all conditions.
The city reflects dynamisn and youth. Abu Dhabi has nightclubs and bars in addition to some very good restaurants. In most emirates of the United Arab Emirates, including Abu Dhabi, alcohol is legally available. Most of the better hotels in the city serve alcohol in their own restaurants and/or bars. Costs are generally higher than what you would pay in western countries. Visitors should not feel constrained to the bars in the hotel where they are staying and can visit other hotels.
Abu-Dahbi is a component part of the arabican culture and its history, an avatar, an historical centre. The combination of international influences and a strong commitment to local heritage has created an intriguing mix of new and old.
Abu Dhabi's culture is firmly rooted in Arabia's Islamic traditions. Islam is more than a religion; it is a way of life that governs everyday events from what to wear to what to eat and drink. The UAE's culture and heritage is inextricably linked to its religion, and it is a shining example of Islam's true commitment to tolerance and hospitality.
Foreigners are free to practise their own religion and the dress code is liberal. Women are able to drive and walk around unescorted. Among the most highly prized virtues are courtesy and hospitality, and visitors are sure to be charmed by the genuine friendliness of the people. Despite the speed of economic development over the last 30 years, Abu Dhabi continues to promote traditional cultural and sporting events, such as falconry, camel racing and traditional dhow sailing.
You will be amazed by the incredible landscape, under a generous sun! A true destination of distinction, the emirate is developing at a significant rate while keeping a watchful eye on its intriguing past. whether you want to experience the speed of the world’s fastest roller-coaster at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi – the world’s largest indoor theme park; spend an afternoon at the majestic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, while learning about Abu Dhabi’s culture and religion; experience Arabia with a trip to the enticing Oasis City of Al Ain – the emirate’s heritage heartland; or marvel at the peaceful Liwa desert, the entrance to the famed Empty Quarter, the world’s largest uninterrupted sand mass with some of the tallest sand dunes on earth – the options are as diverse as the terrain.
Moreover, Abu Dhabi is home to a plethora of islands, some of which are accessible to visitors and offer variety from entertainment to culture and luxury, from untouched beaches and wildlife sanctuaries to championship-standard golf facilities.
What an opportunity for you to learn and improve yourself appreciating the arabican culture in an exceptionnal environment ! What are you waiting for? This is a destination with almost year round sunshine, little rainfall and near perfect winter temperatures.
Abu Dhabi has a sub-tropical, arid climate. Sunny blue skies and high temperatures can be expected most of the year. Rainfall is sporadic, falling mainly in winter (November to March) and averaging 12 cms per year in most of the emirate. Rain is more common in the 'Oasis City' of Al Ain, the emirate's second largest city, due to its proximity to the Hajar mountains.
Temperatures range from a low of around 13C (50F) on a winter's night, to a high of around 42C (118F) on a summer's day. The cooler months, November to April, are the most pleasant time to visit, when temperatures are around 24C (75F) during the day and 13C (56F) at night.
Now, nothing to say except ... Enjoy your trip !