Places To Visit in Abu Dhabi

Nearly most people around the world have been to the spectacular city of Abu Dhabi. There is no reason for you to miss out on a visit. The city has beautiful beaches, shopping malls, stupendous mosques, and theme parks. All of these will give you the best entertainment you could think of. Now, you may experience a bit of confusion as to where to visit, do not worry as we have handpicked seven of the top tourist attractions around the city.

Places to Visit Nearby Abu Dhabi

Here are some places to visit in and around Abu Dhabi:

  1. Saadiyat Island

This is one island you must not miss visiting. If you book a hotel on this island then you will not require to pay any entrance fee for the beaches, isn’t that great?  Once you are on the beach you feel an instant calming energy in you. Sit under an umbrella and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere with the sounds of the waves crashing occasionally. You can get a glimpse of the dolphins, crabs, and fish too. If you are feeling adventurous then participate in some exciting water sports.

  1. Corniche Road

Looking for a lazy stroll to spend some time alone? Well, you should visit Corniche Road without hesitation. You are going to love the beauty of the road as it sports a scenic look with nice palm trees. Do you want to indulge in photography? This is the spot for you. Also, you must remember not to click on others’ pictures without their permission. The road has many restaurants so you visit them to treat yourself to a nice meal. If you have enough time then go for a City tour of Abu Dhabi that will cover the majority of the tourist spots.

  1. Desert Safari

When you are in Abu Dhabi, a desert safari is a must without a doubt. There are many packages available for this activity so read the details carefully and then make your bookings. On desert safaris, you can enjoy activities such as sand skiing, quad biking, camelback riding, and dune bashing. If you select a dinner package you will also be served BBQ dinner buffets, that will be loaded with many choices for vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

  1. Louvre Abu Dhabi

If you are a person who appreciates fine art, then this place is sure to bring a smile on your face. This 9,200 square feet museum is home to some masterpieces collected from all over the world. The museum has a dedicated space where artists can hold their own exhibitions, in addition to this there is a gallery that has some beautiful art pieces seen by the human eyes. The entry fee for this place is AED 63.

  1. Yas Island

Fancy a luxurious outing? Then head straight to Yas Island. This is a beautiful island with neat beaches, just perfect for lying under the sun and enjoying a quiet moment. The island has many luxurious hotels where you can stay overnight, you can also visit Yas Waterworld, a theme park that has more than 40 exciting rides that your kids are going to love to the fullest. For shoppers, there is Yas Mall to0 engage in some retail therapy. The entry fee to Yas Waterworld is AED 210.

  1. Zayed Grand Mosque

Love seeing aristocratic architecture? Then visit this mosque without any hesitation, you are going to love the tranquil atmosphere. The mosque does not charge any fee for entry and people of any religious faith can visit here. You can either take a Sheikh Zayed Mosque tour from Dubai or you can directly visit here and avail a free guided tour of the mosque and learn about the culture and religious practices.

  1. Emirates Zoo

Love seeing animals? Then what are you waiting for? Head to the Emirates Zoo and get the chance to view more than 1700 animals. Here you will have the opportunity to see Siberian bears, zebra, elephants, giraffes, and white tigers. That’s not all, you will also learn interesting facts about their behaviour patterns. The entry fee to this zoo is AED 74.46

Final Thoughts:

From the above points, it’s clear that there are several places to visit in Abu Dhabi that consist of a modern lifestyle and yet hold its culture and heritage. Let us know which places you are planning to visit in Abu Dhabi, till then stay safe and happy travelling!

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