Special Offers

Ramadan sale on Emirates

As Ramadan is about sharing with friends and family, Emirates is offering special fares on Business Class and Economy Class to select destinations across the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the Far East.  Rates start from as low as AED 1,075.

Fly to London from AED 2,405, Istanbul from AED 1,725, Damascus from AED 1,085 and much more.

Book and purchase your flights to any of the destinations given on the Emirates Airlines website before 20th August for travel between 21st July and 30th September 2011.

Blackout period: from 25th August to 1st September 2011.

For all offers please check the Emiraes website.

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Featured Sights To See
Capital Museum

Capital Museum

Beijing, China

The Capital Museum is one of Beijing’s newest.  It first opened in 1981, and moved into its current location in 2005.  Initially, it wasn’t much more than a storehouse, completely overshadowed by Beijing’s other museums.  Now it stands as one of its best, thank to the new building, which is an attraction in its own right.  With more than 60,000m² of floor space and room for 13 ...

Pol e Khaju

Pol e Khaju

Isfahan, Iran

Address: south end of the Chahar Bagh Khaju Avenue, near the Khaju Square The second of the two most popular bridges in Isfahan, the Khaju is known for its masterfully designed sitting spaces that offer direct contact with the flowing Zayandeh River. The bridge was commissioned in 1650 by Shah Abbas II, and served as both bridge and dam. It links the Zoroastrian neighborhood in the south ...

Residenz ( Residence Palace Museum)

Residenz ( Residence Palace Museum)

Munich, Germany

The Residenz was the palace of the Wittlebachs. It was first the political and cultural center of the first Dukes, then the Electors (from 1623) and finally the Kings of Bavaria (1806 – 1918). The various rulers furnished and extended the palace’s rooms to suit their personal tastes.   It is one of Europe’s finest Renaissance buildings and had to be almost completely rebuilt after being ...

Marine Drive

Marine Drive

Mumbai, India

Marine Drive is a grand semi circular promenade skirting the Arabian Sea. It sweeps down from Malabar Hill to Nariman Point and is lined by grand Victorian buildings, art-deco apartment blocks and luxuriant palm trees. The twinkling at night of streetlights lining this promenade give an impression of a string of pearls; thus giving it the popular name ‘Queen’s Necklace’. Location: Malabar Hil...