Dubai, the new Arab dream
Once an arid land, Dubai was famous for its small fishing port and it the pearl trade. The oil trade changed the situation and propelled the metropolis onto the world stage. The main objective? To make ever bigger, ever more expensive, ever crazier in an isolated city in the heart of the desert. In Dubai, everything is possible. Skiing when the outside temperatures are around 50°C, venturing into an amusement park in the city, taking a hot air balloon ride or even a quad ride in the desert, the city of luxury and excess knows no limits and everything is designed to entertain and impress.
A city where you never get bored
Dubai is famous for its extravagance and greatness. A timeless city that adapts to families
, couples or friends. Travelling to Dubai is an opportunity to get a good look at it, whether you are young or old. One of the most extravagant buildings is undoubtedly the Burj Khalifa Tower, the highest building in the world. The Palm Jumeirah
artificial peninsula is equally surprising for its gigantic palm shape dominated by the Atlantis hotel, Dubai's most emblematic. Another essential place in the city of sands is the Dubai Mall with its 1,200 shops, the world's largest shopping centre where people come to shop and have fun at the same time.