UAE: a journey through the cities
The United Arab Emirates consists of seven emirates, each of which has its own laws, attractions and history. The most popular emirates are Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
The most picturesque city in the Middle East – Dubai. Weaving antiquity and modernity give the city individuality. Dubai is divided by a water channel through which a water taxi runs. The city is decorated with various palaces, skyscrapers and glass buildings. At night, the city resembles a sea of colored lights. Here are available oriental treats and entertainment, the main of which, of course, is belly dancing. In the Emirates, there is enough entertainment for both adults and children. In addition, there are many sports leisure activities that will not leave indifferent supporters of active recreation. This safari, golf, water sports and more.
Returning to the modern life of Dubai and to the sights that are found in it at every turn, let us turn to a huge complex, in which the hot, eternal summer gives way to real winter. Yes Yes exactly. Arriving in Dubai, you can even go skiing, sledding, snowboarding. You will be able to find yourself in the snowy expanses in the Ski Dubai, an indoor ski resort, which is the third largest in the world. Dubai belongs to the most friendly and hospitable cities, where any guest is always welcome.
Abu Dhabi – the capital of the UAE – is located on the island and is separated from the mainland by a narrow strait. There are a lot of greenery here, so the average temperature is always slightly lower than in the desert adjacent to the city.
Part of the attractiveness of the resorts of the Emirates, probably, would have been lost if it were not for Ajaman – the only emirate in which no oil was found. Here the beach season lasts all year round.
Fujairah is the youngest and smallest emirate. It is located on the shores of the Indian Ocean, and is a great place for scuba diving. White beaches and warm bays surrounded by rocky mountains attract a lot of tourists from all over the world.
The third largest emirate – Sharjah – is located simultaneously on two coasts. Compared with the rest of the emirates, it is more conservative. Such entertainment as discos is banned here. In addition, dry law was introduced in Sharjah.
Those who have been to the United Arab Emirates at least once, are unlikely to get rid of the temptation to come here again to be surprised at this eastern country, which is developing so rapidly, while retaining its own special flavor.