Want to visit several cities in the UAE but not sure how to get around?
The two most popular cities for visitors are Dubai and Abu Dhabi – but is it possible to visit both in one trip to the UAE? Is it easy to get from Abu Dhabi to Dubai? What if you fly into one city and out of the other or want a car rental to road trip elsewhere in the UAE?
We explain exactly how you get around in the UAE here!
How Far is Dubai from Abu Dhabi
The distance between Dubai and Abu Dhabi is approximately 160 kilometres, but it really depends on where you are taking your measurement from!
Both cities sprawl without a definitive city centre or end. From the outer areas of both cities, the journey from Dubai to Abu Dhabi is about 1 hour or using public transport your journey could take up to 3 hours.
How to get from Dubai to Abu Dhabi (and vice versa!)
There is no direct commercial flight connection between the two cities and no train line at present (though we’ll discuss this more below!). The only option currently is by road,which still leaves you quite a few options:
- Public Transport: Intercity Bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi
- FREE bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi
- FREE bus from Abu Dhabi to Dubai
- Paid Airport Transfers AUH to Dubai
- Taxies and hired drivers between Dubai and Abu Dhabi
- Join a Tour Group Between Dubai and Abu Dhabi
- Self-Drive – Hire a car in the UAE
- UAE Trains – Etihad Rail and the Hyperloop
- How to get from Dubai to other cities in the UAE
We explain how each of these works below.
Public Transport: Intercity Bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi
The Intercity Busis the cheapest way to connect between the two cities. It leaves Dubai from two locations:
- Al Ghubaiba Bus Station in Bur Dubai (Route 100) approx. 2.1 hours
- Ibn Battuta Mall (Route 101) approx. 1.5 hours
Both routes run directly to Abu Dhabi Central Bus Station and cost 25 AED. You can pay cash at the counter or use your Dubai NOL card, which also works on Dubai buses and the Metro (but NOT on Abu Dhabi public transport).
Route 102 has also been introduced, which runs from Ibn Battuta Mall to Mussafah Shabiya Bus Station in Abu Dhabi. It runs once per hour and also costs 25AED.
Abu Dhabi to Dubai Bus
The Intercity Bus also runs in reverse from Abu Dhabi Central Bus Station (next to Al Wadha Mall) back to Al Ghubaiba or Ibn Battuta Mall and Mussafah Shabiya to Ibn Battuta.
Connecting to Dubai International Airport DXB
From Al Ghubaiba Bus Station, you can connect to DXB by:
- Taking bus 33 or 42 to Terminal 1
- Taking bus 31 to Terminal 2
- Take the Metro green line to Burjuman, switch to the red line for Terminal 3
- Catching a short taxi – approx 30 AED
Connecting to Abu Dhabi International Airport AUH
From Abu Dhabi Central Bus Station to AUH:
- Take a bus 1A from outside the station to Terminal 1&3, leaves every 40 minutes 4AED
- Take a taxi – approx 30 minutes and cost 50AED
Looking to visit the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi from Dubai?
It is possible to catch public transport though not all that straightforward if you are travelling with kids. You would need to catch the Intercity bus as described above, then a local bus to the Grand Mosque; there are several routes, and the most direct is Route 32, which costs 2 AED per person.
Related Reading: Our full guide on how to visit the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
If you were planning to visit, say, the Louvre or Emirates Palace on an Abu Dhabi day trip from Dubai, note none of these popular Abu Dhabi sites are anywhere near each other!It is easy enough to navigate your way around town by taxi, but the costs will add up.
It makes hiring a car from Dubai, a private driver or joining a tour start to make sense if you’re travelling in a group and want to make multiple stops.
FREE bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi
Both the major airlines in the UAE – Etihad and Emirates – offer FREE services connecting the two cities. However, the bus stations are not in the most convenient of locations; it’s not an airport-to-airport transfer!
Be aware of this if you have flights from DXB (Emirates) and AUH (Etihad); careful planning is needed, and pay attention to the airport codes we’re about to share!!!
If you’re flying Emirates but ultimately want to end in Abu Dhabi, your ticket can be issued to include the free transit bus through to your destination. The Emirates bus stop in Abu Dhabi is at their Khalidiya office on the Corniche (NB, this is nowhere near AUH airport!)
You can see the Emirates shuttle schedule here.
When you book your airline ticket, book the final location as ZVJ (not DXB) to guarantee your seat on the free bus. You must transfer immediately from DXB after your flight lands – no Dubai sightseeing on the way!
If you have an onward connection to AUH, the taxi back to the airport is about 80 AED extra.We’re not aware of any baggage service at the bus stop (it is really just a car park).If you want to do Abu Dhabi sightseeing before your next flight, your bags will need to come with you or return to AUH first to store your bags.
You can organise a baggage transfer with Emirates to AUH for 200 AED, but by this point, you may as well have paid for a metered taxi door-to-door.
If you have an Etihad flight but you are leaving from Dubai, you can start your journey at the Etihad Travel Mall (Downtown Dubai). The code you need to book your flight is XNB (instead of AUH).
Note for Business or First Class passengers on either airline, a complimentary private chauffeur is provided; just remember to confirm your booking at least 48 hours in advance to use this service.
FREE bus from Abu Dhabi to Dubai
So let’s switch it around; if you’re starting in Abu Dhabi but need to depart from Dubai.
If you are flying with Emirates,you catch thecomplimentary bus servicefrom outside their Khalidiya office to Dubai International Airport (DXB).
You can only catch the bus on the day of travel – book your departure from ZVJ.
If you have arrived at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) with Etihad economy and want to connect straight to Dubai, you can arrange a seat on theEtihad Coach,departing from AUH and taking you to the Etihad Travel Mall (Downtown Dubai) – use airport code XNB when booking.
If you have an onward flight from DXB, expect a taxi from Etihad Travel Mall to DXB to cost 40 AED.
The journey in either direction from Dubai to Abu Dhabi takes about 1 hour and 25 minutes, but for arrivals, you will likely be booked on a service at least 1 hour after your landing time. Departures they will suggest catching the service listedat least 4 hours before your departure.
If you are flying with any other airline, sadly, these complimentary bus services are not available to you.
Paid Airport Transfers AUH to Dubai
A new paid transport option has emerged by way of the AUH Express bus service. Still in a trial period but hopefully here to stay, passengers arriving at AUH no longer need to take a local bus into Al Wadha before connecting to an intercity bus to Dubai.
Instead, passengers can now buy a bus ticket in Abu Dhabi International Airport arrivals hall for 35 AED (or free for WizzAir passengers) and board the comfortable air-conditioned AUH express coach.
The AUH express goes direct to Ibn Battuta Station in Dubai and only takes about 1 hour. From Ibn Battuta, passengers can purchase a Nol and continue their journey onward using the Metro (just be mindful, many flights land middle of the night in AUH; the AUH Express is running overnight, but the Metro may be closed at this time of night, you may need to complete your journey by taxi).
Taxies and hired drivers between Dubai and Abu Dhabi
The most straightforward way to transit between the two cities is to hail a metered taxi. They should take you door to door, but sometimes taxis will insist on pulling over at the first petrol station over the border to swap passengers to the taxi service for that Emirate. (It is not clear if there is a law that requires this or simply the taxi doesn’t want to be that far out of his zone; A Dubai taxi cannot pick up a new fare in Abu Dhabi and vice versa.)
From DXB to downtown Abu Dhabi, expect a fair between 275 – 350 AED.
If you hire a private driver, the same trip is likely to cost you 350 – 500AED, depending on the size of the vehicle booked. The advantage is you can pre-book your exact time, and you may be able to add extras like car seats to your orders.
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Join a Tour Group Between Dubai and Abu Dhabi
If you would like to see the highlights of each city on a day trip, there are plenty of options for travelling in both directions. Always check out reviews and see how long the tour will last.
And as a family, be aware that quoted prices will be per seat on the bus or minivan; if you have a larger group, a private tour group could work out more economical.
Abu Dhabi Day Trips from Dubai
Dubai Day Trips from Abu Dhabi
NB: If you are day-tripping from Dubai to Abu Dhabi for the Yas theme parks, don’t forget they offer a FREE shuttle service from numerous Dubai locations – learn more about this service over here.
Self-Drive – Hire a car in the UAE
If you are a confident driver, self-driving is the easiest way to get around in the UAE, offering you the most flexibility travelling between the two cities.
Most visitors self-driving will need to hire a car. Even if you have friends living in the UAE, you need to have a UAE driver’s license to be covered by the vehicle’s insurance. We recommend it is easier and safer for visitors to hire where overseas licenses are accepted on a tourist visa.
We recommend DiscoverCars.com to compare prices before booking.
Things to be mindful of hiring a car in the UAE
- The UAE drives on the right, with the steering wheel on the left.
- Almost all cars are automatic transmissions.
- The traffic goes FAST! And can be a little hectic with 6-lane freeways to one-way systems.
- Car seats are required by law up to 4 years old (albeit enforcement of this law is not prevalent). Better safe than sorry BYO car seats, or you can hire from the car rental company.
- Hiring a car one-way between the two cities is likely to incur an extra one-way hire fee.
- The speed limit signs differ between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Once you’re on the freeway, you can travel at 140 km/hr. Dubai signposts this as 120 km/hr but includes a 20km/hr “buffer” before you’re fined. In Abu Dhabi, the posted limit is now the actual limit – i.e. max 140 km/hr on the freeway.
- Heading further into the desert? Read this guide if you are new to desert driving conditions in the extreme heat.
UAE Trains – Etihad Rail and the Hyperloop
Could you imagine an ultra-fast shuttle service could cut the transit time between the two cities to a mere 15 minutes? A Hyperloop service between Dubai and Abu Dhabi has long been touted but has admittedly grown quiet in the last few years.
The more imminent reality is that a standard high-speed train service will commence between Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the near future. Etihad Rail will eventually connect all of the Emirates with freight and passenger services, as well as connect to neighbouring countries Oman and Saudi Arabia.
There’s no date given at this stage for the launch of the passenger service between Dubai and Abu Dhabi but it will certainly be a welcome transportation link between the two cities helping to cut down traffic and time.
How to get from Dubai to other cities in the UAE
A private hire car is the easiest way to get beyond the big cities and see the other Emirates as it allows you the flexibility to travel door to door. If you are not a confident driver, however, or you prefer someone else to take the driving while you’re on holiday, then it’s perfectly understandable.
You may also want to check out our other guides on how to get around the Emirates by road:
- How to get between Dubai and Ras al Khaimah, the northern Emirates route
- Road tripping from Dubai to the east coast of Fujairah
- How to get from Dubai to Sharjah
- How to get from Dubai or Abu Dhabi to the Oasis City of Al Ain
- How to road trip from Dubai to the Musandam Peninsular, Oman
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Is there public transport between Dubai and Abu Dhabi? ›
There are two services available if you're looking to travel between the two emirates. The E100 bus service operates between Dubai's Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to Abu Dhabi Central Bus Station. The E101 bus service operates between Dubai's Ibn Battuta Bus Station and Abu Dhabi Central Bus Station.How to go to Dubai to Abu Dhabi? ›
There are two options to get from Dubai to Abu Dhabi: by bus or taxi. The duration of the trip by bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi is 2 hours 20 minutes, the ticket price is from $8.6. If you take a taxi, you will get to the destination in 1 hour 50 minutes and have to pay a minimum of $92 for such a trip.Can tourist in Dubai go to Abu Dhabi? ›
We are open to all travellers and ready to welcome you. As of 26 February 2022, you no longer need a test before you fly to Abu Dhabi. Vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers are welcome to experience Abu Dhabi with no restrictions.Can you catch a train from Dubai to Abu Dhabi? ›
Okay, so is there a train or a metro from Dubai to Abu Dhabi? No, you cannot currently travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi by train or metro. The Dubai Metro currently arrives in the Jebel Ali area, a little further away from Dubai Marina, near the Expo 2020 area. While there are no trains from Dubai to Abu Dhabi.How much does a taxi cost from Dubai to Abu Dhabi? ›
The most effective way to travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi is by taxi. A standard trip by taxi from Downtown Dubai costs between AED 250 and AED 300 one way. The ride begins at AED 5 if you are travelling during the day, with an additional amount of AED 2.19 per kilometre charged after that.Do you need a passport to go from Dubai to Abu Dhabi? ›
Passport Validity: A passport valid for at least six months beyond the date of entry is required to enter the UAE. Emergency passports are not accepted for tourists visiting the UAE.Can you go to Abu Dhabi from Dubai on visit visa? ›
As such, if you are planning on visiting Dubai and Abu Dhabi, you do not need to get a separate visa for each. If you are a visa-required national, you only have to apply for a UAE Tourist Visa and you can visit all seven of its emirates, including Abu Dhabi.Is it easy to drive between Dubai and Abu Dhabi? ›
From Dubai to Abu Dhabi by Car
Once you're outside of the city limits, though, on the well-maintained multilane highways, driving in the UAE is quite straightforward. Just drive defensively and stay in the far-right lane to steer clear of the speeding and overtaking game of your fellow drivers.
If you're visiting the UAE, you're likely to spend majority of your time in Dubai. However, it would be worth to consider spending 36-48 hours in Abu Dhabi and visit some iconic monuments and majestic landmarks.Is Abu Dhabi worth seeing? ›
Abu Dhabi attracts many people who plan a holiday with family due to its sweeping-clean beaches, cutting-edge attractions, fantastic children's clubs, dining options suitable for children, bazaars with a unique atmosphere, top-notch restaurants, and many other attractions.
Do I need a visa to enter Abu Dhabi? ›
If you're planning to visit the UAE, you may be required to apply for a visa, even if you're just transiting through Abu Dhabi. Explore the country we call home for up to 96 hours with a UAE Transit Visa or stay for up to 60 days with a UAE Tourist Visa. You can apply for your UAE visa quickly and easily online.Is Covid test required to enter Abu Dhabi from Dubai? ›
Entry requirements to Abu Dhabi (as of 19 December 2021)
From 19 December 2021, people going to the emirate of Abu Dhabi from within the UAE will be checked for COVID-19 with the use of EDE scanners. EDE is an advanced technology that uses a mobile scanning device to detect potential COVID-19 cases rapidly.
What is the fare of the bus ticket from Dubai to Abu Dhabi? The ticket for the Bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi costs 25 AED (6.80 $ / 5.75 €). The fare is the same regardless of which bus you take. To take the bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi you need the NOL Card.How much does Dubai Metro cost? ›
|Ticket Type||1 Zone or <3km 2 zones||3+ Zones|
|Standard Adult Ticket (Red)||4 dirhams||8.50 dirhams|
|Pre-paid Standard Adult Ticket (Silver Nol)||3 dirhams||7.50 dirhams|
|Concessionary (Blue Nol Card)||1.50 dirhams||3.75 dirhams|
|Gold Class (Red Ticket)||8 dirhams||17 dirhams|
Driving a Rental Car Beyond the Border of the UAE
It is prohibited by the law of the Emirates to drive a rental car beyond the border of the UAE. Hence, when you rent a car in the UAE, you need to be aware of where the borders are so you can avoid breaking the law.
Complete your plans today by reserving a ride with Uber in Abu Dhabi. Request a ride up to 30 days in advance, at any time and on any day of the year.Do you tip taxi drivers in Dubai? ›
Taxi drivers: Taxis in Dubai are both affordable and plentiful, and therefore tipping the driver is a common occurrence. Usually a small tip of AED5-10 is given, but generally passengers will just round the fare up to the nearest figure and allow the driver to keep the change.Do Dubai taxis take credit cards? ›
Do taxis in Dubai accept credit cards? Yes, all taxis in Dubai have the necessary equipment to accept debit, credit and Nol cards. However, there are times when these machines are 'out of order', so if you need to pay by card, be sure to ask your driver before you get in the taxi.Can I drive in UAE with US license? ›
Can I drive in the UAE with a US licence? Yes, the US driving licence is among the few licences that are considered valid in the UAE. All you need is a bit of documentation along with photographs and visit the concerned traffic authority of the Emirate you are residing in.Do US passport holders need visa for Dubai? ›
US citizens, along with other eligible nationals, do not need to apply for a visa in advance. Upon their arrival in the UAE, US travelers can proceed to the immigration counter at the airport and go through the required biometric procedures. The on-arrival visa is issued upon arrival at any entry point in the UAE.
How much is UAE visa fee? ›
As stated by the ICP website, the visa fee for different categories of the UAE job seeker visa is as follows: The 60 days visa – AED 1,495. The 90 days visa – AED 1,655. The 120 days visa – AED 1,815.How much does UAE visa on arrival cost? ›
Is Dubai Visa On Arrival For Indians? Yes. But you must have a UK, EU, or US visa (or green card) to apply for a Dubai visa on arrival. Dubai visa price: The Dubai visa price is 120.00 AED, or approximately INR 2,670.How can I get visa for Dubai from USA? ›
UAE visa on arrival
Simply disembark your flight at Dubai International and proceed to immigration, where your passport will be stamped with a 30‑day visit visa free of charge.
A seven-day UAE itinerary will give you enough breathing room to enjoy both Dubai and Abu Dhabi. While driving between the two emirates really does not take much time (a one-way drive takes around one and a half hours), staying in just one emirate for shorter trips is recommended.Can foreigners drive in Abu Dhabi? ›
If you are on a visit to UAE and holding a valid international driving license, accordingly you can rent a car or drive a car registered to your name or one of your 1st degree relatives.How long can US citizen stay in Abu Dhabi? ›
Visas are available upon arrival at the airport and they are valid for one (1) month stay in the UAE. If you plan to stay longer, you can request more time from the immigration officer at the airport or contact the local immigration office in the UAE and request an extension.Is it better to stay in Dubai or Abu Dhabi? ›
Dubai is definitely better than Abu Dhabi in many aspects!
It's much bigger with more options for entertainment, nightlife, family activities, luxury hotels but also plenty of budget options. Abu Dhabi is a slightly more expensive, way more relaxed option with fewer (but prettier) beaches than Dubai.
Visitors driving into the UAE require an international driving permit and a valid vehicle insurance. Residents of GCC countries can drive in the UAE with their driving licence issued by the country they reside in.What is the best time of year to go to Abu Dhabi? ›
November to March – Winter in Abu Dhabi
Winter is the most popular time to visit Abu Dhabi. Temperatures are much milder than they are in the summer and it is far less humid.
- Do dress the part.
- Do drink alcohol in moderation and water in abundance.
- Do embrace the sand.
- Don't overlook navigating by landmarks.
- Don't forget to come prepared for the weather.
- Do take the time to LEARN about the Emirati culture.
Can US visa holder enter Abu Dhabi? ›
All Indian citizens holding U.S. visas, green cards, U.K Resident Permits, or EU resident permits can receive entry visa upon arrival to UAE valid for 14 days for a charge of AED 100. They have the option to extend their stay only once for an additional 14 days for AED250.How much is Abu Dhabi tourist visa? ›
With Musafir.com, getting a UAE visa for Indians citizens is extremely simple and hassle-free. All you have to do is apply for a UAE visa starting from Rs 2,999 and receive it in just 10 working days. For instant Dubai visa assistance, call us at 022 4164 2214 or fill in your details. *Additional charges applicable.Do I need PCR to enter Dubai? ›
All the passengers travelling to Dubai are no longer required to present COVID-19 vaccination certificates or negative PCR test results.What are the rules for ladies in Abu Dhabi? ›
Women should dress modestly when in public areas like shopping malls. Clothes should cover the tops of the arms and legs, and underwear should not be visible. Swimming attire should be worn only on beaches or at swimming pools. Cross-dressing is illegal.
Do I need to wear a face mask in Dubai (UAE)? Wearing face masks is required in some public places.How much is PCR test in Abu Dhabi airport? ›
Abu Dhabi Airports has launched free Covid-19 PCR testing service for all passengers arriving to Abu Dhabi.Can I use cash in Abu Dhabi bus? ›
You can't use cash on the buses, however, so you'll need to pick up a Hafilat card from Al Wahda Central Bus Station before your first ride. You can load the card up with credit at bus shelters, malls, hospitals and more. Journeys start from Dhs2, but the fare will increase depending on how far you travel.Is Dubai cheaper than Abu Dhabi? ›
Cost of living in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) is 10% more expensive than in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)What is the best area to stay in Abu Dhabi? ›
The best area to stay in Abu Dhabi is the downtown area near the beach as this is where the main tourist neighbourhood is based.Can I carry luggage in Dubai Metro? ›
You can carry two pieces of luggage with you on a Dubai Metro train – one large suitcase (no bigger than 81cm x 58cm x 30cm) and one carry-on bag (no bigger than 55cm x 38 cm x 20cm).
Is Dubai Metro free for senior citizens? ›
Students (age 5 to 23), social affairs beneficiaries and senior emiratis aged 60 years and above benefit from a 50% discount on public transport fares when using the Metro, Bus and Dubai Tram. This service is free for People of Determination and children below 5 years when using Dubai Metro, Tram and Bus.How to buy Dubai Metro card? ›
There are many convenient ways to get your nol card. You can purchase your card at ticket offices, ticket vending machines, RTA customer happiness centers, authorized sales agents, or online.Is it better to rent a car or take a taxi in Dubai? ›
Plus, you will have to pay more for the taxi if you are driving somewhere at night. Also, if you are going to visit any other UAE cities, it's cheaper to rent a vehicle. In addition, this is much more comfortable for your passengers.How do I get from Dubai to Abu Dhabi without a car? ›
There are two options to get from Dubai to Abu Dhabi: by bus or taxi. The duration of the trip by bus from Dubai to Abu Dhabi is 2 hours 20 minutes, the ticket price is from $8.6. If you take a taxi, you will get to the destination in 1 hour 50 minutes and have to pay a minimum of $92 for such a trip.Is there any metro from Abu Dhabi to Dubai? ›
Whilst Dubai has an excellent public transport system, there are currently no rail or metro links between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, although this is set to change with the rapid development of Etihad Rail. You can take a taxi (details outlined below) or private hire car, or use the much cheaper public bus service.Can I use Dubai Metro card in Abu Dhabi? ›
You can use the Nol card to pay your fare on the Intercity buses that run from Dubai to Abu Dhabi). You cannot, however, use your Nol on Abu Dhabi's public transport system, you would need a Hafialt Smart Card – learn more here.Is it easy to get a taxi from Abu Dhabi to Dubai? ›
Taxis are the fastest and most efficient way to get from Abu Dhabi airport to Dubai, however, prices can get quite costly. Abu Dhabi airport taxis are available 24/7 and offer door-to-door services to your Dubai accommodation. There are two types of taxis at Abu Dhabi airport; standard taxis or luxury taxis.Do we need separate visa for Dubai and Abu Dhabi? ›
As such, if you are planning on visiting Dubai and Abu Dhabi, you do not need to get a separate visa for each. If you are a visa-required national, you only have to apply for a UAE Tourist Visa and you can visit all seven of its emirates, including Abu Dhabi.Do I need a visa for Abu Dhabi? ›
If you're planning to visit the UAE, you may be required to apply for a visa, even if you're just transiting through Abu Dhabi. Explore the country we call home for up to 96 hours with a UAE Transit Visa or stay for up to 60 days with a UAE Tourist Visa. You can apply for your UAE visa quickly and easily online.How much does Dubai Metro card cost? ›
Types of card
It can be recharged for a maximum of 10 journeys and the initial cost of the card is 2 AED ( US$ 0.50). It can be purchased in any ticketing machine. Silver Card: Card price is 25 AED ( US$ 6.80) and includes 19 AED ( US$ 5.20) credit. This is the recommended option for tourists.
Can I take luggage on Dubai Metro? ›
You can carry two pieces of luggage with you on a Dubai Metro train – one large suitcase (no bigger than 81cm x 58cm x 30cm) and one carry-on bag (no bigger than 55cm x 38 cm x 20cm).How much is a 7 day metro pass in Dubai? ›
|Tickets Types||Pass Category and Validity||Pass Price|
|Red tickets||Standard / 1 day pass||20 AED|
|Gold tickets||Standard / 1 day pass||40 AED|
|Silver Tickets||Weekly Pass / 7 Day||110 AED|
|Red Tickets||Monthly / 30 days pass||350 AED|