Buy cheap flight from Yekaterinburg to Dubai, and spend your journey in a lovely Arabic city in United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf. Warm weather will dedicate to the Vitamin D, and beautiful places of Old and New parts of the city. By travelling from the local international airport you may arrive at the Dubai Terminal 3 or even Terminal 2. It depends, actually. If you bought tickets of Emirates Airlines, then you will arrive at the dedicated airport. The second terminal is also good, but the third one is more luxurious. Romanticist oriental feeling will increase when you will travel from Dubai to Ras Al Khaimah, and enjoy several types of sands. If you will travel to this emirate, you will see that it looks more reddish that Dubai sands. Sounds funny, but red desert is more romantic when there is a sunset. From other point, there are beautiful sights mentioned by other travellers during the sunset. It is advised for you to visit the beach during that time and to pick up your loved one. If you love shopping, there is the set of malls, out of which we can pick up quite beautiful trading mall Ibn Batuta, which was developed in the style of four different cultures with spectacular architecture.
With flight from Dubai to Yekaterinburg you will come at the fourth largest city in the Russian. Before your travel you need to know that this is the capital of Sverdlovskaya Oblast’ area, which is literally in the center of Russia dividing the continent one the West and East. The city is also considered the industrial center of the Ural area and central Russia. The place was founded during the rule of well-known Peter the Great after his wife Catherine. The city itself gained the status of industrial city with the development of raw material production, plus the heavy fortification of the city implies that it has an important strategic influence. If you love art and everything that is relied to that, then you will be happy to find out that there is number of different theaters and colleges, making the city not only raw material producer, but cultural storer as well.