Traveling is certainly complicated right now, but despite this some places in the world are ready to welcome tourists back in complete safety. It is the case of Dubai, which among the various peculiarities continues to enrich its range of iconic attractions by offering a “new normal” also able to guarantee future visitors a safe stay experience, without giving up everything that has always made a trip to Dubai beyond all expectations.
For example, theAl Shindagha Museum to relive the history of the nation; the Dreamscape to play with endangered alien creatures; the Quranic Park where there are beautiful gardens to explore, and more.
As previously mentioned it will be possible to travel to Dubai in complete safety. In fact, a national disinfection program was implemented which led to the creation of a complete sterilization plan active 24 hours a day and social distancing measures. Program that included all public places and means of transport.
Among other things, thanks to this project, the free movement all day and night, subject to compliance with precautionary measures, including wearing masks and respecting social distancing.
But that’s not all, Dubai has also launched a certification and recognition program for all accommodation facilities, businesses, attractions, restaurants and bars in the city that have implemented all public safety protocols for the prevention and management of COVID- 19.
Finally, Dubai was also recognized as “Safe Destination” dal World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
Excellent news also in view ofExpo which for reasons related to the pandemic was postponed to 2021, more precisely from 01 October 2021 to 31 March 2022.
Good news also comes from Emirates. The airline of the Arab Emirate has in fact put on sale discounted flights that will allow you to arrive in this place with incredible profiles with tickets starting from only 499 euros. In detail, it will be possible to take off from the airports of Rome, Milan and Bologna with promotional tickets bookable from 26 October to 9 November 2020 and for flights operated between 1 November and 31 December 2020.
In addition, Emirates customers can travel with peace of mind: in case of positivity to Covid-19 found during the trip, in fact, the medical expenses and costs related to the quarantine will all be borne by the carrier.
In short, all that remains is to take advantage ofEmirates offer and run to find some winter heat in Dubai. Without forgetting, however, that as an additional preventive measure all tourists must show a negative PCR test (nasal swab) upon arrival, carried out no more than 96 hours before departure, have travel medical insurance that also covers COVID 19 and download and register with the COVID 19 DXB app to ensure efficiency in tracking.