Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

Capital and political center of the United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi has been inhabited since the 18th century, but it was only with the discovery of petroleum in 1958 that it saw a real economic boom, becoming a commercial crossroads of the Persian Arabian Gulf.


Great Mosque Sheikh Zayed

In this city of a thousand and one riches, resides the Great Mosque Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Made of white marble, this architectural work of art is one of the largest in the world. Be amazed by this building that can accommodate up to 40,000 worshippers.


Al Ain

City oasis belonging to the emirate of Abu Dhabi is worth a stop. The archaeological site of Hili and the National Museum with its collections of archeology and ethnography are the cultural treasures of this city on the edge of the Rub Al Khali, the largest expanses of sand in the world.


Ferrari World

It will reveal all the grandeur of its F1 racetrack: the Yas marina circuit as well as the Ferrari World theme park.


Masdar City

One of the world’s first zero carbon emission cities. Masdar is a project of the government of Abu Dhabi. It consists in the creation of an entire city with its institute of Sciences and Technologies.


The Falcon Hospital

Visit the falcons hospital, one of a kind facility managed by doctor Muller who will make you live his passion for these birds of prey.

Falconry is an ancestral tradition of the emirates and like the race horse, these animals are entitled to royal treatment.


Le Louvre

Like its counterpart in Paris, the Louvre in Abu Dhabi invites you to discover international historical works, both ancient and contemporary. The architecture of the building will not fail to impress you, and to thrill art lovers.


Qasr Al Watan

Visit the Qasr Al Watan Palace, Abu Dhabi’s newest cultural landmark, to appreciate its architectural beauty and discover its rich Arab heritage. Don’t miss the surrounding gardens.


The Old City of Abu Dhabi

With its rich heritage, Abu Dhabi has preserved its ancient heritage. Today, it blends with new technologies. With our guide, discover the old city by walking through the different souks (gold, fruits and vegetables, carpets…) to bring back unique souvenirs, then admire the typical architecture and understand the history of this fascinating emirate.


Qasr Al Hosn

The oldest stone building in Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Hosn is the home of the emirate’s ruling family. Inside, a permanent exhibition is available to trace the history of the city, with oral histories and historical photographs.