Dubai Prestige

Your travel guide
Visa for Dubai and Abu Dhabi

One of the most important destinations on the Arabian Peninsula is Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Associated with extreme luxury, desert charm and Arabian culture, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are attracting increasing numbers of tourists every year. Many of them are looking to spend a few days visiting this beautiful country but many others, take advantage of their trip to Southeast Asia to stop over for a few days and visit Dubai or Abu Dhabi and the surrounding areas of the country.
Visa requirements for travel to Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Visa requirements for the UAE vary depending on the nationality of each tourist. Citizens of many European countries) do not need a visa before arriving in the country for stays of less than 90 days. All that is required is a passport with a minimum validity of 6 months. It is done upon landing in the country and is totally free.

Check this page: https://www.visitdubai.com/fr/plan-your-trip/visa-information

These visas can be obtained from the UAE embassy or consulate in any country in the world or online. In this case, you have two options:

If you are traveling to Dubai with Emirates or Abu Dhabi with Etihad, you can process your visa directly on their websites. You can process it through an official and licensed agency that you can trust.

If you are traveling for less than 48 hours in the country, there is also the possibility to benefit from the transit visa. This visa waiver allows you to visit Dubai or Abu Dhabi for less than 48 hours if you make a stopover in the country when traveling with the national carriers Fly Emirates or Etihad. This visa waiver is free of charge. If you’re flying to Southeast Asia and have a long layover, you’ll be able to get downtown quickly. From terminals 1 and 3, you can take the subway to the city center. The journey time is only 30 minutes and the frequency is 5 minutes for both destinations.

Vaccination – Health

If you live in a country where yellow fever is endemic or if you have been there for the past 10 days, you must present your yellow fever vaccination card upon arrival.

0 Shares