Most Popular Places to Visit in Abu Dhabi & Al Ain - UAE
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is located in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates and is considered to be the key for worship in the country.
The picturesque Al Jahili Fort is one of the UAE’s most historic buildings located in Al Ain. It was erected in 1891 to defend the city and protect precious palm groves. The former headquarters of the Oman Trucial Scouts, the force that protected the mountain passes and kept inter-tribal peace, it also served as a residence for the local governor. It is set in beautifully landscaped gardens, and visitors are encouraged to explore it.
Ferrari World is a Ferrari themed amusement park on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The central park is situated under a 200,000 m² roof making it the largest indoor amusement park in the world. Ferrari World officially opened on 4 November 2010.
Experience the breathtaking dunes of Al Khaznah between the UAE capital and the Oasis City of Al Ain or explore the desert expanse outside the Liwa oasis in the Western Region. With high dunes and long sand valleys, you'll never get bored of adrenaline fuelled dune bashing.
Going beyond 5 star luxury, unique and tailored to your individual needs. Located at the heart of Abu Dhabi, the Emirates Palace is the preferred destination for business and leisure travellers, as well as a glamorous venue for international events, conferences and exhibitions.
Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum is a museum in the city of Al Ain, within the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The museum is based in the palace of the former UAE President, Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and his family.
Feel the thrills and spills of whitewater rafting as part of your Al Ain experience at Wadi Adventures
The Yas Marina Circuit is the venue for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke, and is situated on Yas Island, about 30 minutes from the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi.
Al Murabba Fort in Al Ain was originally built as a surveillance tower and quarter for the guards. Later the tower was used as a police station and local prison, but also as a gathering place for festivities and formal meetings of the ruler. The later expanded police station was called after the fort, Al Murabba Police.