When to go to Abu Dhabi, Best Time to visit
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Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It is the most important industrial, commercial and financial center of the country, and is also the name of the emirate to which it belongs. It is one of the richest cities in the world and offers a vacation among modern architecture full of offices but also of stores of the most prestigious brands and luxury hotels with green golf courses despite the high temperatures. Among the most visited palaces and the most fascinating, in contrast to all the modern that reigns around it, is undoubtedly the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. The white is an immense light, the reflections of the water floors where the colonnades extend reflect the beauty of the mosque, it is a continuous succession of Islamic style arches and gold that shines abundantly here and there, especially in the interiors.
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The most modern part of Abu Dhabi will allow you to enter the Yas Marina, the famous Formula 1 circuit, orthe Ferrari world for a unique experience for the whole family, inside the amusement park set in the Ferrari world. Away from the unbridled luxury, you can walk along the Abu Dhabi Corniche
, the 8 km long promenade, where you can reach its beach and lie under the scorching sun of the UAE for a relaxing break and tan. But this is not the only beach, you will find many others different from each other on this page of the official Abu Dhabi website, with a complete list of all useful information. These are just a few tips on things to do on a trip to the Arabian world of Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi's climate is arid subtropical, like Dubai, with sunny days and high temperatures throughout the year. Rainfall is scarce and very rare, concentrated in the winter period (November to March), with an average of 3 cm in the wettest month of February. Practically a drought zone as in all the Arab Emirates.
Temperatures on average can vary from a low of 13°C in January at night, to a high of 40°C in the summer days of July and August, when the humidity becomes more pronounced and the air becomes sultry. The ideal time for a trip to Abu Dhabi, in our opinion, is during the cooler months of November to April. This is when temperatures are more bearable for visiting the city without continually refusing to use the air conditioning. Always carry a shrug for the sub-zero temperatures inside the facility.
For more details on precipitation and average temperaturesconsult the following data.