Travelling to Abu Dhabi

More carriers than ever are flying to the award-winning Abu Dhabi International Airport. The emirate has a well-planned road system and getting around is easy. Taxis are reasonably priced and can be flagged down or booked, with public transport buses being modern, air-conditioned, reliable, and cost-effective. You can also drive yourself, with fantastic infrastructure featuring well-marked roads in English and Arabic.

Travelling to Abu Dhabi  Travelling to Abu Dhabi

Visa Information

If you’re planning to visit the UAE, you may be required to apply for a visa, even if you’re just transiting through Abu Dhabi. Explore the country we call home for up to 96 hours with a UAE Transit Visa or stay for up to 90 days with a UAE Tourist Visa. You can apply for your visa quickly and easily online.
Abu Dhabi remains to be the safe, awe-inspiring, and culturally rich destination you last visited. We are now open to all vaccinated travelers and ready to welcome you. Find out more about the procedures to keep you safe while travelling to and across our emirate.
If your country is listed in the below link, you are eligible for a Visa upon arrival. 

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 UAE Visa requirements 
Nationals other than those of the above lists require an entry visa which will need to be arranged prior to arrival.
The UAE government website:

UAE visa on arrival: 30‑day and 90‑day visit eligibility

Should you need further assistance regarding Visa’s, please feel free to reach out directly on

  • The official UAE government website:

  • The main UAE airline  websites:


  • Dubai Tourism website:

  • UAE visa on arrival:

30‑day and 90‑day visit eligibility

  • Travel in Abu Dhabi:

Experience Abu Dhabi

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