A tour of the coastal part of the Jumeirah district

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Duration: 1.5 hours | 43.9 km

We recommend beginning your tour of Dubai with a stroll along the beach. The iconic Burj Al Arab Sail Hotel in Umm Suqeim serves as the starting point. The five-star Madinat Jumeirah Resort is simply steps away from here. Relax at a table at one of the numerous cafés, go shopping, or visit the on-site spa. Palm Jumeirah Island is the next stop on the trip. Take the roadway down the “trunk” of Palm Jumeirah, through five-star hotels, to The Pointe shopping and entertainment complex.

Of course, these locations are available even if you do not have a car, but driving a rented vehicle will give you freedom of movement and a lot of pleasure. For example, you can explore a car tunnel built underwater that leads to the “crescent” from the top of the island. Dubai is a city of luxury cars, and a lot of rental services will gladly assist you in hiring such a car that will bring you truly unforgettable emotions! All your dreams can come true here if to rent Lambo Dubai and feel it for yourself!

The path will end at the embankment of The Walk in the Jumeirah Beach Residences region, which is a popular leisure spot for city residents. Please keep in mind that there are speed limitations in the pedestrian area.

The City of skyscrapers: a tour of the Sheikh Zayed Road

Duration: 50 minutes | 35 km

The 12-lane Sheikh Zayed Road fascinates with its interchanges and a never-ending speedy stream of automobiles, from which you can see the skyscrapers erected on both sides of the major metropolitan highway. Turn around at the roundabout after driving away on the rented car from the Dubai World Trade Centre complex, which is flanked by high-rise residential and office buildings, and continue the Sheikh Zayed Road south. A beautiful scene unfolds in front of you. The Fairmont Dubai, voco Dubai, Four Points by Sheraton, and Shangri-La hotels are on the right, and the Jumeirah Emirates Towers and Dusit Thani Dubai are on the left.

The Burj Khalifa Tower, the world’s highest structure, can be seen practically everywhere in the city. The magnificence of this magnificent building, however, can be completely appreciated only at its foot. Take a brief walk down Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard before continuing south on the motorway. Cross the Dubai Water Canal bridge and go towards the Dubai Marina neighborhood through the Mall of the Emirates retail mall.

Excursion to the mountain town of Hatta

Duration: 1.5 hours | 140 km

Along the route, you will pass through verdant oasis and wide desert areas, as well as mountain scenery. The course begins with the Meydan Bridge, near the Meydan Racetrack. Some sequences from “Mission Impossible: The Phantom Protocol” were shot here. After crossing the bridge, take the Dubai-Al Ain Road east. Nad Al Sheba Palace, a true green paradise, will be on your right. Take the first right onto Emirates Road. The greenery beyond the window will soon give way to sand dunes.

The road to Hatta passes through four emirates: Dubai, Sharjah, Ras al Khaimah, and Ajman, so the option to travel in a rented car seems to be the most fascinating as you may also stop there. Finally, Hatta appears in front of you, one of the most beautiful spots on the Arabian Peninsula. The excursion should begin with a visit to Hatta Dam, an emerald lake bordered on all sides by the Hajar Mountains. Hatta Wadi Hub, a renowned tourist destination a few kilometers distant, offers archery and axe-throwing competitions. Have you chosen to extend your stay in Hatta? Spend the night at Hatta Sedr Trailer Resort, which offers everything you need for a relaxing stay.

Desert tour

Duration: 50 minutes | 49 km

The drive in a rented car from the city center to the desert takes less than an hour. The course passes via the Dubai Autodrome, the emirate’s principal hub for motorsport, karting, and car racing. Take the Al Qudra Road highway east after crossing the racecourse.

After a few kilometers, you will see the Al Qudra bike track ahead, which is about 100 kilometers long! Cycling is an excellent opportunity to observe camels, Arabian oryx, and other creatures in their natural environment. After riding, proceed to the magnificent Al Qudra Lakes.

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