Abu Dhabi is a future-oriented and multifaceted capital. Its cosmopolitan nature combined with the local cultural influences creates a composition that is very modern and unique. There are many breathtaking attractions in Abu Dhabi that is impossible to experience in anywhere else.
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates. It is a unique experience to see this magnificent mosque with all its elegant marble and gold. The mosque contains the largest one piece carpet in the world. There are guided tours for the mosque daily and you are expected to comply with the dress code. Women have to wear a scarf inside the mosque and cover their shoulders and knees. Men are expected to cover their knees and elbows.
The Corniche is the great beach of Abu Dhabi that has a sandy shore and walkway for about 6 kilometers. Many of the hotels and shopping areas are located here. The scenery is spectacular. There are also many things to enjoy in the Corniche such as top-level restaurants, parks and water sports.
Saadiyat Island is the newly emerging cultural haven of Abu Dhabi. The island is located 500 meters away from the main shore and hosts many cultural activities like live performances, contemporary exhibitions and concerts. There are also many modern museums in the Saadiyat Island.
Heritage Village offers an extraordinary look at Abu Dhabi’s past. It is interesting to see the culture and the heritage of Abu Dhabi in contrast to the city today. The Heritage Village is fairly small and should not take more than one hour to see.
Al Jahili Fort is built at the beginning of the 19th century and one of the few historic landmarks of the city. The fort is made with mud bricks and is a great display of the Arabian Architecture. Al Jahili Fort is also home to a museum dedicated for desert explorer Sir Wilfred Thesiger.
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