When you performed the flight from Krasnoyarsk to Dubai, you will need a short guide to the United Arab Emirates. The most common question by tourists is what places to visit at first. There are many places offered to tourists at first, and a newcomer will get lost. The first day you can spend at one of the spectacular beaches, and to have a look at Burj Al Arab, the hotel in the form of sail, for instance. At the evening you can have a ride on a metro or taxi towards the Dubai Mall, and have a nice dinner with the view of nice Dubai Fountain.
On the next day’s plan your Desert Safari, the most popular entertainment in the city. The journey will be tiresome, so you need to prepare for it morally. Despite the fact that you don’t need to perform heavy working, you will be riding on 4×4 at the sands for several hours (keep in mind that there will be a considerable trip to those sands). When there will be evening coming, you will arrive at the camping place, where you may enjoy some of the traditional art dances with Arab men and sticks, or to smoke local-made pipe. By the point, the most popular world tobacco is made in UAE, Ajman emirate.
If you are involved into production of raw materials, you may be interested in the flight from Dubai to Krasnoyarsk, the biggest city in the region, giving a space to Novosibirsk, and Tomsk. This place is a leading aluminium producer, and is a hub on the way of trans-Siberian railroad, the longest railroad in Russia. While staying here, you will enjoy interesting and catching landscapes, which were also described by the world-famous Anton Chekhov. He told that this is probably the most beautiful city in Siberian part of Russia. Krasnoyarsk is quite old city, dating back to 17th century. One of the funny facts is that the location of the city dedicated to science. In the 18th century there was a seven-hundred kilo meteorite found near the city. The thing was transported to the capital of Russian Empire, and then it was studied. The interesting fact here is that this meteor was the first ever to be closely studied using scientific methods.