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Dubai: Here are 15 experiences to try

Dubai holds more than you think. Get the editors' tips here for both town and beach.
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Dubai: Here are 15 experiences to try is written by Jacob Gowland Jørgensen og Kristian Bräuner.

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Big, bigger, biggest - Dubai

Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates. In city in rapid development, where one wants to be the biggest and best at it all. "In Dubai we have everything - and if we do not have it, then we build it", it sounds, and therefore the world's tallest building Burj Khalifa is of course also here.

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You probably know the city best for the tall skyscrapers, large shopping malls and the warm desert climate. And despite the city's reputation for being the number one charter holiday destination for jet setters, it's so much more than that.

Dubai is ideal for all three types of holiday - either individually or in an easy combination:

  • City break with top hotels, shopping, museums and cool restaurants all in one place
  • Beach holiday with fantastic sandy beaches and wild pools
  • Local holiday with delicious Arabic food, local culture and desert experiences

Dubai can be an expensive city, but if you plan your trip carefully and travel at the right time, it does not necessarily require the whole big wallet.

Here is a guide to 15 of the most exciting places, attractions and sights that can be experienced on an extended weekend, plus tips for hotels and restaurants in Dubai.

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About the travel writer

Jacob Jørgensen, editor

Jacob is a cheerful travel nerd who has traveled in almost 100 countries from Rwanda and Romania to Samoa and Samsø. Jacob is a member of De Berejstes Klub, where he has been a board member for five years, and he has extensive experience with the travel world as a lecturer, magazine editor, consultant, author and photographer. And of course most important of all: As a traveler. Jacob enjoys traveling traditionally such as car holidays to Norway, cruises in the Caribbean and city breaks in Vilnius, and more out-of-the-box trips such as solo trips to the highlands of Ethiopia, road trips to unknown national parks in Argentina and friends trips to Iran.

Jacob is a country expert in Argentina, where he has been 10 times so far. He has spent almost a year in total traveling through the many diverse provinces, from the penguin land in the south to deserts, mountains and waterfalls in the north, and has also lived in Buenos Aires for a few months. In addition, he has special travel knowledge of such diverse places as East Africa, Malta and the countries around Argentina.

In addition to traveling, Jacob is an honorable badminton player, Malbec fan and always fresh on a board game. Jacob has also had a career in the communications industry for a number of years, most recently with the title of Communication Lead in one of Denmark's largest companies, and has for a number of years also worked with the Danish and international meeting industry as a consultant, among others. for VisitDenmark and Meeting Professionals International (MPI). Jacob is currently also an external lecturer at CBS.

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