If your family travels take you to Abu Dhabi this summer, don’t miss out on the Abu Dhabi Summer Pass, offering unbeatable promotions across the city. Available to purchase now and valid through Aug, 31, the pass includes values across a diverse range of activities, such as the three leading theme parks in Abu Dhabi.
After thrills at Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, pass holders also receive one-day admission to the Louvre Abu Dhabi and either access or discounts to 13 cultural landmarks and institutions across Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. These include Qasr Al Hosn, House of Artisans, Qasr Al Watan, Al Ain Palace Museum, Al Jahili Fort and Qasr Al Muwaiji. Abu Dhabi Bus and Yas Express offer complimentary transportation in Abu Dhabi and Yas Island, respectively, with the Summer Pass.
Other perks of a trip to Abu Dhabi with the Summer Pass include:
- A yoga session under the iconic dome at Louvre Abu Dhabi for about $25 for 75 minutes
- Complimentary entry to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
- Next-level ice cream covered in 23k gold from Le Café, at Emirates Palace, for around $17
- Complimentary entry to Al Ain Oasis
The Abu Dhabi Summer Pass is approximately $163 for adults and $136 for children. Children 3 and under are free. Also, 5-star hotels across the region are currently priced about 30 percent less than during high season, at about $140 per night.
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