How to Visit Famed Places with Cheap Holidays to Abu Dhabiby Amanda Sutcliffe Travel Deals
On the surface, Abu Dhabi appears to be an ultra-modern metropolis with towering high-rises. This is just one aspect of the capital city of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is also the capital of the Abu Dhabi emirate, which is the largest of the seven emirates of the country. This city was planned by the eminent Japanese architect, Dr Katsuhiko Takahashi in the year 1967 under the guidance of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the former president of the UAE. In addition to the modern offerings, you’ll come across some historical structures while holidaying in the city.
During the months of April and May, this city experiences its spring season. It is characterised by comfortable daytime temperatures and some exciting sporting events and cultural festivals. You can also enjoy attractive deals on your Abu Dhabi holidays in this season as the hotels offer great deals on accommodations. Although there are small amounts of rain, summer from June to August is extremely hot in this part of the world with high levels of humidity. If you’re ready to bear the heat of summer in this city, you can get unbelievable deals on hotels as they reduce their room rates by nearly 50 per cent.
You can also enjoy cheap holidays to Abu Dhabi during the autumn season from September to October as the hotels continue to offer accommodations at discounted rates. However, this is only possible if you’re ready to bear the hot temperatures. The winter season from November to March is the ideal time to visit the capital city of UAE. The daytime temperatures during this time of the year are extremely pleasant and favourable for sightseeing and other outdoor activities. This is also the peak tourist season in Abu Dhabi and it would be an expensive affair to spend your holiday in the city during winters.
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the most popular attraction and worth exploring during your cheap holidays to Abu Dhabi. You’d be able to see all sections of the mosque with the help of guided tours available for visitors. If you’re travelling with your entire family, including children, Ferrari World would give your kids the thrill of driving on its Junior GT track. Upon getting to the 74th floor of the Jumeirah at Etihad Towers hotel, you’ll be at the highest point in the city while standing at the observation deck.
Abu Dhabi has some relatively lesser-known tourist attractions as well. One of them is the Qasr Al-Hosn Fort, which is also called the White Fort or the Old Fort. It was constructed in the late 18th century for the ruling family of those times and was also used as the seat of the government. Another interesting place to visit is the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, which is a functional veterinary hospital for treating injured and sick falcons. Guided tours of its facilities are also provided for visitors and this gives them the opportunity to get close to the falcons in their wards.
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