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Dubai: Sheikh Zayed Mosque & Qasr Al Watan Tour with Pickup81 Reviews
Explore 2 of Abu Dhabi's gems on this trip from Dubai with hotel transfers. Marvel at the presidential palace of Qasr al Watan and one of the largest mosques in the world, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
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- Experience the glittering capital city of the UAE on a day trip from Dubai
- Feel the grandeur sweep you away as you enter the grounds of Qasr Al Watan
- Visit one of the largest mosques in the world, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
- Gain a deeper understanding of the UAE's governance, culture, and heritage
- Benefit from included entry tickets and convenient hotel pickup and drop-off
DescriptionDiscover 2 of Abu Dhabi's must-see landmarks — the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and Qasr al Watan — on a full-afternoon trip from Dubai. Enjoy convenient pickup and drop-off at your hotel, and stay refreshed during the tour with bottled water. After pickup at your hotel in Dubai city, head to Qasr al Watan, a working presidential palace whose name means 'Palace of the Nation.' Enjoy time to enter and explore the palace on your own. Capture stunning photos, marvel at the grandeur surrounding you, and get insight into the UAE's governance. Next, continue to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one of the world's largest mosques. While you admire the mosque's beauty and take stunning photos of the sunset, gain a deeper understanding of the emirate’s cultural beliefs in a space that encourages open dialogue. After exploring 2 of Abu Dhabi's gems, return to Dubai for drop-off at your hotel.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Driver Entry to Qasr Al Watan Entry to Sheikh Zayed Mosque Bottled water
- Entry to Sheikh Zayed Mosque is not guaranteed during Islamic holidays Visitors dressed unsuitably may be denied entry to the mosque; please observe proper dress code when entering the mosque Both women and men must wear conservative, loose-fitting, non-transparent clothing that covers the arms to the wrists and legs to the ankles (long pants or long skirt) Women will be asked to wear a headscarf and traditional robe before entering the mosque