This fascinating city is the capital of the UAE, so if you’ve already ticked Dubai off your holiday bucket list then why not give Abu Dhabi a try?
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
This astonishing landmark combines architecture stiles from Turkey, Morocco, Pakistan and other Islamic countries. As one of Abu Dhabi’s main attractions and largest mosques in the world, it’s a must-see. Inside, you can take advantage of guided tours to learn more about its origins as a place of worship, and witness the incredible glasswork and mosaics.
Umm Al Emarat Park
This exciting park was built for local communities to enjoy, with recreational and educational spaces. The park is a continuation of the legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who was famed for his love for the desert and nature. There’s a botanical garden, spacious lawn, amphitheatre, petting zoo and much more to discover here. It’s open all day until midnight.
Designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Jean Nouvel, the Louvre is a museum city on the sea has become a popular attraction since opening in 2017. It features a central dome and 12 themed galleries that take you on a journey through time across the globe. Families will love the summer camp, children’s museum and various family activities. There are also tours, workshops and a full events calendar so we suggest you search and book online.
Experience the magic of Warner Bros World! Inspired by legendary Warner Bros. characters, the theme park has exciting rides, entertaining shows and leisure facilities for everyone. There are six immersive lands including Gotham City, Cartoon Junction and Bedrock, so you can make the most of state-of-the-art rides and a host of interactive family-friendly attractions.
It’s time to push your limits and experience the ultimate adrenaline rush. Ferrari Land boasts the world’s fastest rollercoaster, Formula Rossa, and has over 37 rides. Plus there’s a food court with six Italian and international restaurants, making it the perfect family day out.