My Guide Website?
From Dubai: Abu Dhabi Full-Day Trip with Louvre & Mosque2399 Reviews
The UAE offers a true feast for travelers. And this particular tour provides an enchanting experience with two of country's crowning attractions: The Louvre Museum & the Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi.
- See the magical rays of lights from the Louvre's dome
- Learn about the art forms from different cultures and civilizations
- View the Grand Mosque's perfect mix of old and modern Islamic architecture
DescriptionEnjoy a two-in-one day trip to two UAE essentials. Marvel at architectural and artistic wonders new and old on this inclusive excursion from Dubai. After pickup, sit back and enjoy the journey to the Mosque. On arrival, admire its shining exterior surface of white Greek and Macedonian tiles. Step inside and see the world’s largest hand-woven carpet, large crystal chandeliers, and glass panels studded with thousands of Swarovski crystals on a guided tour. Next, visit the Louvre Museum on Saadiyat Island. Take a self-guided or audio-guided tour of the largest museum in the Gulf region, which displays both classic and modern works of cultural and sociological significance from all over the world. Admire pieces from French museums such as the Louvre, Pompidou Center, and Musee d’Orsay. Linger at the Children’s Museum, relax for a bite to eat in the cafe, or browse in the boutique. After the tour, enjoy the drive back to your hotel in Dubai.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off in Dubai Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle English-speaking guide Entry to the Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi (2-hour visit) Entry to the Grand Mosque (2-hour visit) Audio-guide at the Louvre (ID required) Clothing for women Cold mineral water
- On Fridays, the mosque is open from 5 PM to 7 PM Women must wear long, loose clothing to ensure that their arms, legs, and head are fully covered; an abaya (long black dress) with a scarf will be loaned by the local partner. Men must not reveal any skin above their knees and their shoulders must be covered; no clothes are provided for men The duration of the tour includes hotel pickup, drop-off, and travel time It is not possible to visit the Sheikh Zayed Mosque during any Islamic festivals or if ordered by the local authorities; if closed, a photo stop will be made outside Restaurants are closed during the month of Ramadan; during this time it is recommended you bring food with you