Visa Information

Entering Dubai

Whether a visa is required or not depends on your country of citizenship. Many passport holders are eligible for a free visa on arrival, while others may need to apply for a visa in advance.

Customs and Culture

Where Tradition and Diversity Unite

Dubai's culture is a blend of traditional Emirati customs and global influences. Locals value hospitality, respect, and community. Traditional attire, Arabic language, and Islam as the main religion are prominent aspects. Respect for local customs, traditions, and laws, including dress codes, is important for visitors to Dubai.

Navigating Dubai

Navigating The City

Navigating Dubai is hassle-free with its modern infrastructure and efficient transportation system. Well-maintained roads, bridges, and tunnels make driving, taxis, or private transportation easy options. Dubai's public transportation, including the metro, buses, trams, and water taxis, are reliable and affordable. Clear signage and maps help you find your way to iconic landmarks and attractions, ensuring a smooth visit.

Top Attractions of Dubai

How to Get Here

Festival Arena, located in Dubai Festival City is easily accessible by car, taxi, and public transportation.
If you're driving, you can take the Al Rebat Street exit from the Dubai-Al Ain Road, and then follow the signs to Dubai Festival City. Once you arrive, there are ample parking spaces available.

For those using public transportation, there are several bus routes that stop at Dubai Festival City, as well as Creek Metro Station which is only a short drive away.

We recommend checking the transportation options available to you and planning your route in advance to ensure a hassle-free arrival.