Flights to Abu Dhabi
Despite being smaller than Dubai, Abu Dhabi is actually the capital of the United Arab Emirates but is certainly making the effort to compete with it's bigger sister. Etihad, the national airline of the UAE uses Abu Dhabi as it's hub airport and flies to plenty of worldwide destinations. You can even book your flight to Abu Dhabi and get a coach transfer to Dubai.
Abu Dhabi is a great stopover destination for a couple of nights but you can easily take a longer holiday here.
Many visitors choose to stay on Yas Island, for it's proximity to Abu Dhabi international airport as well as for it being the 'leisure' part of Abu Dhabi. Yas island offers a range of activities including the waterpark, Ferrari world and the Yas Marina circuit. If you happen to stay a Tuesday night, you can even go jogging around the famous F1 track.
Others may choose to go further into the city centre for their stay which offers more of the hustle and bustle you would expect of a middle eastern city.
For the ultimate in five star luxury, stay at the beautifully designed Emirates Palace hotel, claimed to be one of the worlds most expensive hotels. Enjoy exquisite dining, super soft beds and a private beach, all amongst the hotels opulent surroundings.
Be sure to take a trip to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, a truly impressive structure opened in 2007, which welcomes thousands of visitors through it's doors on a daily basis.
Etihad Airways tends to be the natural choice when booking flights to Abu Dhabi, as they offer the most convenient and frequent flight times. Nonetheless, British Airways, also offers direct flights from London to Abu Dhabi and a range of European and Middle Eastern airlines offer indirect flights to Abu Dhabi.
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