Holidaymakers chasing the European summer via the UAE have an added incentive to take a mini-break in Dubai thanks to Dubai Tourism’s new Stopover Pass designed for short-stay visitors.

By purchasing the Stopover Pass before arrival, visitors can save up to 60% on the regular combined entrance price to attractions in Dubai.

The short stay pass lets visitors pick between two, three or four attractions in 36 hours.

It promises the best value available in Dubai on the most popular experiences from Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Fountain Show, Lake Ride and City Sightseeing Bus to the Marina Dhow Cruise Dinner, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo and Dubai Frame.

Each pass comes with adult and child options, starting at $77 for adults and $66 for children.

CEO of the Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing Issam Kazim said the pass was part of Dubai’s commitment to curating and delivering itineraries that can be enjoyed in shorter time frames.

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“The Dubai Stopover Pass is testament to realising this ambition, with the city’s network of stakeholders across the public and private sector working together to unlock opportunities for everyone to enjoy,” he said.

The passes are available to buy online at www.dubaipass.ae. Visitors simply present the pass on arrival at their chosen attraction for cash-free entry across the emirate.

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