It is one of the most beautiful, modern and well kept city of the world. In this country the tourist can experience everything from rugged mountains and awe-inspiring sand dunes to sandy beaches and lush green parks, from dusty villages to luxurious residential districts and from ancient houses with windtowers to ultra-modern shopping malls. The Emirate is both a dynamic international business centre and a laid-back tourist escape.
Places to Visit
Park - Several attractive Dubai parks decorate Dubai, which is stunning since Dubai has come a long way from a simple desert country to a cosmopolitan “greener”.
Beach Park - You would be able to get rid of stress and fatigue by planning your vacations to this picturesque destination.
Madinat Jumeirah - A Dubai shopping centre where traditional Middle Eastern products, modern fashions, restaurants, cafés and bars are available in an unusual.
Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates - Kempinski Hotels, the oldest collection of luxury hotels in the world comes to Dubai with a truly unique and exciting five star deluxe hotel.
It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world which spans two continents, namely Europe and Asia Istanbul has always been of great geopolitical importance due to its location. Once the capital city of two consecutive empires (the Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire), Istanbul is still the commercial, historical and cultural center of Turkey. Also, Istanbul is a cultural, political and financial center for the Balkans, the Middle East and the Turkic Republics of Central Asia.
PLACES TO VISIT
The ‘Blue’ Mosque - The architect of istanbul’s blue mosque, Sedefkâr Mehmet Aga, paid tribute to his colleagues Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus
Get Down to the Grand Bazaar - You’ll find all sorts of arty-crafty stuff: leather goods, copperware, silverware, costumes, textiles, carpets, clothes, shoes, lamps, ceramics, books, food: it goes on and on.
Have a Hamam - The Hamam was much more than just a place where believers could fulfill the Islamic precept of cleanliness.
Take in the Topkapi Palace - The Topkapi Palace in Istanbul was the sultan's residence for over 400 years. Today it is a national museum.
Hang out over a Hookah - Barbara Nadel seeks out Istanbul's water pipe salons and laments the end of a 400-year-old tradition.