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UAE is a leading destination for Ukrainian tourists. The country surprises millions of travelers. Here is the world’s tallest skyscraper, and the largest aquarium, and one of the largest indoor amusement parks. In December 2017, the Emirates opened their borders to Ukrainians, and a visa-free regime came into force for this country as well. And now, when tourists are not paid a visa fee of $ 80-$ 100, the United Arab Emirates has become even more accessible and popular. Everyone will find entertainment here. The article will figure out what to do in the UAE in 2018.
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Dubai is the largest emirate of the UAE, the center of world trade. Dozens of festivals and fairs take place here annually. The most famous of them is the Dubai Shopping Festival. A must visit for every shopaholic. However, in addition to the bright windows, there is something to do. Continue reading
The UAE is one of the richest and most developed countries in the world, and therefore it is not surprising that tens of thousands of tourists come here every year. Among all the emirates, Dubai, a luxury metropolis with the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, an artificial ski resort, and Legoland, a huge amusement park dedicated to the constructor of Lego, are especially popular.
Legoland Dubai – the best theme park for children in the UAE
Legoland is a delight in children, but adults do not remain indifferent. After all, which of us in childhood did not like to assemble cars, houses and entire cities from colorful figures?
The park is divided into several thematic sections with attractions, a zone with water slides is separately equipped. Entrance to the water park is paid separately, however, at the ticket office you can visit the entire territory. By the way, the cost of a ticket to Legoland in Dubai will be more profitable. Children under 3 years old admission is free. Continue reading
It’s hard to believe, but the famous wizard Harry Potter turned 20 this year! We invite all fans of Joan Rowling and her works to go for a walk in Edinburgh. There, where 20 years ago the story of the wizard boy began, conquering the hearts of millions of readers around the world. We follow in the footsteps of Rowling and take a leisurely walk around Edinburgh!
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1. Enjoy breakfast at The Elephant House
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The Elephant House Cafe is the self-proclaimed “Harry Potter Birthplace”. Located on George Bridge, one of the central walking paths of the capital. In the distant 90s, when Rowling tried hard to make ends meet, she often went to a cafe because of the opportunity to warm up for free and work in a cozy atmosphere. In the “Elephant House” you can find a wall with photographs of Rowling and her quotes. Continue reading