Information about flights from London to Dubai
Search our website to find cheap flights from London to Dubai! Here are some tips that will help you shortlist the best attractions to visit while in Dubai. So here are some of the attractions that are not to be missed; the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Creek, Jumeirah Mosque, Dubai Mall, Burj al-Arab and last but not least the Heritage and Diving Village.
Being 829.8m tall, the Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. No wonder it is Dubaiâ€™s landmark building. The 124th floor gives you a birdâ€™s eye view of the city, the result is an overwhelming city skyline, something which cannot be missed. Complimenting this amazing architecture, you will find the tallest performing fountain, the Dubai Fountain.
The Dubai Mall provides access to the Burj Khalifa. In this mall you can spend literally a whole day. Here you can find ice-skating ring, cinema and the shopping and eating facilities are endless. This mall also hosts events, the most famous being the Dubai Shopping festival in January and February and also the Dubai Summer Surprises Festival, held in July and August.
Want to see one of the most beautiful mosques in the world? Then take a walk to the Jumeirah Mosque. This is an exact copy of the Mosque in Cairo (Al-Azhar) which is eight times its size. If possible visit this beautiful mosque at night when it is lit by floodlights.
Everyone has heard about the Burj Al-Arab, the worldâ€™s tallest hotel standing 321 metres high in the sky! This hotel is situated on its own artificial island around Dubaiâ€™s breathtaking coastline. If money is not an issue for you, enjoy an unforgettable dinner at the Al-Mahara restaurant, which is located underwater. Here you can enjoy your dinner while breathing underwater! If you donâ€™t want to spend that much in the restaurant, simply take a stroll around the hotel at night when the choreographed coloured lighting show takes place.
Experience the culture, architecture and maritime heritage at Heritage and Diving Village in Dubai. This village is located near to the end of the Shindagha waterfront. Besides the cultural and heritage experience, you can even hop on a camel, taste the piping-hot dosas (a traditional food which is basically paper-thin lentil-flour pancake), and browse the tourist stalls.
If you still have some free time, then take a walk to the Mall of Emirates. This is the place where you can find the Ski Dubai facilities, a cinema complex, and a family entertainment centre where both parents and children can have fun.
So go ahead and search our website to get cheap flights from London to Dubai and if possible do not miss any of the suggested attractions.