Visiting Dubai in 2017
Dubai warmly welcomes visitors, tourists and business people and we are happy to give you some interesting news and info’s about visiting Dubai in 2017!
How to get to Dubai? Dubai International Airport handled more than 78 million passengers in 2015. If you haven’t know by now, Dubai International Airport is the busiest airport in the world. We are more than sure that you have been already ( at least ) due to an flight transfer in Dubai. You are able to reach over 270 destinations from Dubai! Terminal 1 handles the major international airlines. Terminal 2 is home to budget operator to low-cost airline companies and terminal 3 has shopping and spa’s. Dubai International Airport is modern and extremely clean. You will always be able to do something on this amazing airport, due to so many facilities and shops. Al Maktoum International Airport is located In the south of Dubai, not to far from the Dubai Expo 2020 site. It is expected to become the worlds largest airport!
Airport transfer is more than easy. Metro connections directly from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 , or you could grab a taxi. The taxis are straight infant of you and you will be able to reach the Sheikh Zayed Road or the Burj Khalifa area for an price about 50 Dhs, and a price of 90 Dhs to Marsa Dubai and JBR. Visa and customs requirements vary depending on your country of origin and passport. GCC nationals do not need a visa to enter Dubai. Other citizens may get a visa upon arrival that is valid up to 30 days. Be careful as certain medications ( such as codeine, temazepam and prozac ) are banned.
Automatic 30 day visa on arrival: Andorra, Australia, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, UK, USA and Vatican City.