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The country's main international airports are in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, though an increasing number of carriers are servicing Sharjah as well. There is a daily bus service between Dubai and Muscat in Oman. You can also reach Dubai through flights, water boats, taxis and other local means of transportation.
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Getting There

If you are planning to visit Dubai for holiday vacations then you have made the right choice! Dubai's location makes it easily accessible by flight, boat or car depending on from which place you are starting your journey. Even traveling to Dubai will be a memorable and an enjoyable journey. Dubai is the home base of Emirates Airline, international airline of the UAE, which operates scheduled services to more than 45 destinations.

By Plane

The best way to go to Dubai is through the airlines. Approximately there are 80 airlines that regularly operate from and to Dubai International Airport. Besides, there are other major airports in Dubai such as Sharjah International Airport, Al Maktoum International Airport etc.

By Taxis

You can hire air-conditioned taxis from the street or get it pre-booked on telephone. Metered taxis, operated by the Dubai Transport Corporation (cream-colored) are available all the time for your convenience.

By Boat

Traveling by boat is dependent on the place from where you are hailing. You can also choose ferry boats as an option to visit Dubai possibly from places like Sharjah, India, Iraq and Oman.

By Public Transport

Dubai treasures an amazing set-up of world-class roads, which connect all major towns and rural areas including a multi-lane highway between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Driving in Dubai is on the right-hand side. Speed limits are clearly exhibit on road signs and are usually 60-80kph around town and 100-120kph elsewhere. It is an illegal practice to use mobile phones while driving and seat belts are also compulsory. Drinking while driving is an offense and the maximum legal alcohol to blood ratio for driving is zero. An authentic International Driving Permit, national license and a passport are required to drive in Dubai. Third party insurance is compulsory.

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