Dubai is a luxurious city in the United Arab Emirates. Known for its over-the-top attractions and general opulence, check out these attractions on your first visit to Dubai.
This modern skyscraper is currently the tallest building in the world at 2,716.5 feet and more than 160 stories. The Burj Khalifa officially opened in January 2010. There are two observation decks open to the public. You must book a ticket to visit.
Located in the old two section of Dubai, Dubai Creek is a saltwater body of water where the Bani Yas tribe settled in the 19th century. Today, visitors can take a ride on the creek and visit the nearby Dubai Museum to learn more about the history of the area.
Experience Dubai’s extravagant mall. Shoppers will find luxury brands, fine-dining restaurants, 5-star properties and even an ice skating rink and aquarium on site. Open daily, personalized shopping services are available.
Jumeirah Mosque is open to non-Muslim visitors six days a week. Opened in 1979, the place of worship can hold up to 1,200 guests. Guided tours are available.
The manmade island resembles a palm tree when viewed from above. The island is home to luxurious resorts like Atlantis The Palm, apartment buildings, restaurants, nightlife and a boardwalk. The island is accessible by car, public transportation and monorail.
Anyone who’s visited a destination known for its northern lights viewing during certain times of the year knows, just because you visit doesn’t mean you’ll be able to actually see the northern lights. A lot has to come together for them to be visible, and if the weather doesn’t cooperate, you might be out of luck. However, a new cruise aims to help travelers avoid the disappointment of traveling across the world just to be left lightless.
More and more travelers want to feel good about the hotel they stay in and the trips they take. They want to know their vacation isn’t harming the environment and local community they are visiting. These hotels go above and beyond when it comes to giving back to local communities, employees, the environment and more.
Whether it's the people, the craic (fun) or the coasts, travelers always find something to love about the island of Ireland. What fills your heart?
According to Kampgrounds of America’s 2023 report, 38 percent of campers say they will camp during the winter season while another 27 percent say they are thinking about it. Benefits of winter camping include fewer crowds, snowy scenery and opportunities to ski. Cabins and glamping are also growing in popularity this winter season. Here are five winter camping destinations and tips.