Planning your Trip

Dubai is easy to get to...
whether you're travelling by land, sea or air

By Land:

Dubai is superbly connected by road to the other emirates as well to neighbouring countries. Driving to Dubai from countries nearby is easy. Vehicles in the UAE drive on the right side of the road. Speed limits and other road signs are clearly marked in English and Arabic. If you're driving yourself, remember to look up licence requirements before you travel. They may vary depending on the country from where your licence is issued.
More details: Getting to & around Dubai page in visit Dubai Website

By Sea:

Dubai has a modern cruise terminal at Port Rashid. A cruise ship is a luxurious and relaxed way to get to Dubai and explore the region. Alexandria, Athens, Barcelona, Cape Town, Civitavecchia, Dover, Fort Lauderdale, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Los Angeles, Miami, Mombasa, Monte Carlo, Mumbai, New York, Piraeus, Southampton, Singapore, Sydney, Shanghai, and Venice are just some of the cities that are connected to Dubai by cruise lines. Some of the lines serving Dubai are AIDA, Royal Caribbean International, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, MSC Cruises, TUI Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Silversea Cruises, Seabourn, and Princess Cruises.
Disembarking at Dubai is super-easy with friendly ground staff, simple immigration and a great tourist handling infrastructure. Whether you're coming to Dubai or departing travelling by cruise liner is an experience
not to be missed.

By Air:

Convenient, swift and modern, Dubai International Airport (3 terminals) and Al Maktoum International between them connect Dubai to 260 destinations around the world.
140 airlines operate 7000 flights weekly to and from Dubai.
Emirates is Dubai's award-winning national airline with a large, modern fleet flying to 140 destinations. FlyDubai is the emirate's budget airline if you're looking for an economical option. FlyDubai operates to over 80 destinations worldwide.

For more information Visit Dubai website.
the site is maintained by Dubai Corporation of Tourism & Commerce Marketing.

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