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Places you must see in Dubai part 3

Places you must see in Dubai part 3

Welcome back to the "Infinity Explorer" series, a series created especially for you about the attractions, curiosities and unique locations of the city of Dubai.

The pride of the Emirates is a center of tourism, luxury and modernity. If you are ready for more unforgettable adventures, we invite you to read on. This time we are taking a trip to Al Satwa, Al Karama, Bur Dubai and Deira districts, which are oriental and picturesque neighborhoods, called the Old City of Dubai. They hide a full range of attractions. There is something for lovers of culture, history and tradition, as well as those who like to surprise themselves with futurism and novelties. You are welcome!

1. gold souk – a market for gold, jewelry and stones.

Dubai Gold Souk is one of the largest and most prestigious gold markets in the world.

It is a real treasure trove, where you can find amazing collections of gold products in various shapes and designs, as well as commission a customized design. You can also buy silver, diamonds and other precious gemstones here. This is the perfect place to buy exclusive gifts or invest in precious metals. The souk is full of local atmosphere, and walking through its corridors is an unforgettable experience. You can admire master jewelers working on their wares and learn more about the jewelry-making process. More recently, the market area has been expanded, adding a new street with luxury showrooms of the world’s top jewelry designers.

2. Perfume Souk – a journey through aromas.

Dubai Perfume Souk is one of the places that not only with its fragrance but also with its history takes you to another world.

This market is a true paradise for lovers of fine fragrances. You can find hundreds of different perfumes, essential oils and scented lotions. This place is one of the last bastions of the traditional craft of perfume making. You can observe local artisans who create perfumes in their own unique ways, passing down knowledge from generation to generation. Aroma artists will also help you choose the right notes and create your own composition. Here you can learn a bit about the traditions and history of perfume, and understand why fragrances play such an important role in the lives of the people of the United Arab Emirates.

3. Dubai Museum – for history lovers.

If you are interested in Dubai’s history and culture, be sure to visit the Dubai Museum.

It is located in Al Fahidi Fort, which is the oldest building in the city. The museum presents a fascinating history of Dubai’s development, from a small fishing village to today’s global hub. The exhibits focus on showcasing the lives of the emirate’s indigenous people from the 1960s. In the 1970s. There we will see a collection of ancient weapons, musical instruments and everyday objects. Video presentations showing a number of changes and the journey the city has taken over the past decades add to the charm.

4. Dubai Frame – a sky walk through glass.

Dubai Frame is another architectural curiosity of the city that combines tradition and modernity.

It is a huge frame in symbolizing Dubai’s past and future. From inside the facility you can enjoy beautiful panoramas of the city. On one side you see the old city with its historic districts, and on the other you see modern skyscrapers and futuristic landscapes. Inside the Dubai Frame are interactive exhibits that tell the story of the city, its development and future plans. A very interesting part of the tour will be the opportunity to walk on a glass viewing platform, from which we can enjoy amazing views. Dubai Frame is the perfect place for unique photos and memories.

5 Museum of the Future – a journey to the future.

The Museum of the Future in Dubai is an iconic building that showcases the future and innovation.

It is a unique museum that combines science, technology and art in an inspiring way. Exciting exhibitions and interactive experiences immerse you in the future of the city and our planet. You can explore cutting-edge developments in robotics, artificial intelligence, health and transportation. The building itself is an architectural masterpiece. Its futuristic design attracts attention and is a symbol of Dubai’s development as a city of the future. It’s a well-liked and fashionable place, so you should think about booking your tickets in advance, at least 6 weeks in advance.

The Old City of Dubai has many secrets waiting for curious explorers. Today we met just a few of them. The districts of Al Satwa, Al Karama, Bur Dubai and Deira conceal a wealth of attractions. We promise to explore them with you. Keep browsing our blog and following the articles in our “Infinity Explorer” series, because Dubai is a unique city. There are still many places of the Old City ahead of us, which we will certainly present to you.

On our blog we create for you guides, lists and articles about museums, markets and shopping centers, attractions for children and adults, observation decks, places to commune with nature or locations focused on entertainment and carefree madness. Stay tuned and let’s explore Dubai together – the multicultural Pride of the Emirates.

Greetings to all big and small Travelers – Infinity Estate Dubai Team.

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