The second most populous city in the Emirates has a number of things to keep the traveller busy. In the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the Emirates’ largest mosque, you can walk on the world’s longest hand-knotted carpet.In the Saadiyat Island cultural precinct you can visit the Louvre. Yes, the Louvre. Enjoy the surreal experience of admiring Leonardo Da Vinci and Pablo Picasso in the museum’s first ever foreign outpost, surrounded by an other-worldly landscape. Take a tour around the Falcon hospital – a state-of-the-art facility that pays homage to the Gulf’s respect and appreciation of falcons. For the speed junkies, there is no better place to visit than Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. Here you can ride the Formula Rossa, the world’s fastest roller-coaster; if you don’t mind accelerating from 0km/h to 240km/h in 4.9 seconds!
THINGS TO DO
— Dine in one of the many restaurants and cafes that mix traditional Middle-Eastern food with Western flair.
— Breakfast with giraffes in Emirates Park Zoo.
— Stay in the desert in Qasr Al Sarab, the world’s most instagrammed hotel.
— Take a royal tour of the Palace of the Nation.
— Shop at the Mina Fish Market.
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