In Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, the new presidential palace is opening its doors for visits, to the greatest delight of tourists.
If you happen to be visiting the United Arab Emirates, a new touristic destination has been added to the must-go list. After discovering the skyscrapers and shopping malls of Dubai, visitors can set their sights on the capital of this country, and more particularly the presidential palace of Abu Dhabi, which crown prince, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has opened to the public.
Presidential tourism in Abu Dhabi
No need to wait for Heritage Days to discover this architecture marvel built in 2015. It is also used to host the Council of Ministers' reunions, as well as receptions for visiting heads of state. Now it showcases exhibitions when the palace sets forth local traditions that pay homage to the national Abu Dhabi heritage.
An opulence beyond luxury
The visit begins with the Grand Room, the heart of the building, and continues with the Room of the Supreme Council that displays in its window cases the diplomatic gifts received from foreign dignitaries. Then follows the discovery of the House of Knowledge before ending in the library comprising 50 000 works. Open your eyes wide, the opulence of the venue is incredible…