The aromatic coffee, the dark chocolate and the polished silver tray that the coffee is served on will make you feel like royalty for a few hours.
Another place for all adrenaline-seekers out there, the Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi has 20 attractions and rides all inspired by Ferrari along with the fastest rollercoaster in the world.
How to travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi
Luckily, traveling from Dubai to Abu Dhabi is not only very easy, but also very affordable. Traveling from Dubai to Abu Dhabi by bus is also considered one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways of doing so.
From Dubai to Abu Dhabi By bus
To go to Abu Dhabi by bus, you can go to the Al Ghubaiba Bus Station in Dubai and take the bus from there. There’s one that leaves every 20 minutes.
The best thing about those buses is how luxurious and comfortable they are and all for about 25 DHS.
First and last bus: the first bus departs at 6 am and the last leaves at 11 pm.
Etihad Coach Service: If you’re going to be flying using Etihad, then they offer a free service to Abu Dhabi. All you need to do is book 24 hours before the trip.
From Dubai to Abu Dhabi by car
Cars are not exactly the cheapest option but they’re still somehow affordable. Make sure you know all about the electronic tolls, keep your international drivers license on you and have all your documents.
From Dubai to Abu Dhabi By a guided tour
You can also take a guided tour that will take you to some of the major highlights including the Mosque, the Emirates Palace, Ferrari World, Yas Island and the UAE Heritage Village. The best thing about guided tours is that you literally don’t have to plan anything. All you have to do is book it and everything is basically ready for you. You’ll have your pick-up and drop-off sorted along with a tour guide and more luxury add-ons.
Where to Stay in Abu Dhabi St. Regis Abu Dhabi
We recommend staying at
St Regis in the heart of Abu Dhabi if you’re planning on staying for more than a few hours. It’s where grandiose luxury juxtaposes with modernity offering incredible panoramic vistas of the ocean and a sense of royalty.
It’s simply one of the best in Abu Dhabi, boasting a 5-star luxury service along with unparalleled comfort. With its 238 guest rooms, the amenities are endless.
There is an extensive breakfast list at the ground level of the hotel every morning and the service is simply
impeccable. To read our review of the hotel click here
Some fun facts about Abu Dhabi
Did you know that the Capital Gate has been named as the “world’s furthest leaning man-made tower”?
Abu Dhabi used to be very famous for pearl business and was considered a major source of pearling in the middle east.
Abu Dhabi was actually planned by the Japanese architect Dr Takahashi.
Surprisingly, the largest ethnic group in Abu Dhabi are the Indians who make up over 40% of the population.