MICHELIN Travel Discover the world
Home > > > > Tourist attractions

Leaving for the United Arab Emirates

Advertisement

Modify the search

Tourist attractions

Mots-clés
Green Guide Stars

Green Guide Stars

Distance

Distance

Catégories

Star rating

Tourist attractions United Arab Emirates

Enlarge map

Sort by :

  • distance
  • rating
  • 1 Ras Al-Khor Wildlife Sanctuary Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Ras Al-Khor Rd UAE - Dubaï

    Marking a change of tempo from the frenzy of the metropolis is the relatively untamed enclave of Ras Al-Khor. This nature reserve located on marshland is home to numerous species of migratory birds, including a population of pink flamingoes, a mascot..

  • 2 Dubai World Trade Centre Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Sheikh Zayed Rd UAE - Dubaï

    In view of the speed at which increasingly ambitious constructions pop up on the skyline, the Dubai World Trade Centre could almost be classed a historical monument. This, the first of Dubai's skyscrapers (1979), stands 149m tall and remains - with i..

  • 3 Dubai Marina Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Sheikh Zayed Rd UAE - Dubaï

    Located along a canal set slightly back from the seafront, Dubai Marina, the heart of new Dubai, can boast that it is the largest in the world. In the evenings, it all happens on the quayside, lined with yachts, and the café and restaurant terraces.

  • 4 Palm Islands Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    UAE - Dubaï

    Three man-made archipelagos designed to resemble a palm tree from a bird's eye view. Of the original project, Palm Jumeirah, opposite Dubai Marina, is the smallest; the outer Palm Jebel Ali, is slowly being built; and Palm Deira, off the coast of the..

  • 5 Al-Ahmadiya School

    Museums and art

    Al-Ahmadiya St. UAE - Dubaï

    A flagship Middle Eastern educational establishment, Al-Ahmadiya School was founded in 1912. The Emirate's first school then became a museum dedicated to education in 2000, offering visitors an insight into the establishment's eventful history and gi..

  • 6 Heritage House

    Museums and art

    Al-Ahmadiya St. UAE - Dubaï

    Visiting Heritage House, built in 1890 next to Al-Ahmadiya School, is a unique opportunity to understand how daily life in Dubai used to be. The building has a dozen rooms, set around a large courtyard and embellished with refined motifs and painstak..

  • 7 Madinat Jumeirah

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Al-Sufouh Rd UAE - Dubaï

    Here, the famous wind towers are in fact merely reconstructions, like all of the alleyways built to resemble old Arabian towns. Its name is misleading: Madinat Jumeirah is not a traditional souk, but a complex with shops, where prices are non-negotia..

  • 8 Meydan Grandstand and Racecourse

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Nad al-Sheba District UAE - Dubaï

    A paradise for racegoers (note that gambling is illegal in Dubai), the Meydan Grandstand and Racecourse boasts two horse-racing tracks (1 750m and 2 400m), where you can come and watch the priceless thoroughbreds in training. Competitions are held at..

  • 9 Creekside Park

    Nature and gardens

    Riyadh Rd UAE - Dubaï

    Located along Dubai Creek, Creekside Park is a 96ha haven of greenery. A sophisticated botanical space, it will delight young and old alike with its scenic train, cable cars, sites for barbecues, and children's playgrounds. Other activities on offer ..

  • 10 Children's City

    Museums and art

    Creekside Park UAE - Dubaï

    A fun and brightly coloured science city dedicated to children and located right in Creekside Park, Children's City combines education and amusement. Young visitors learn as they laugh, thanks to interactive installations on themes such as the myster..

Top of page