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We would kindly remind  that during the entire duration of the Congress, no alchol will be served in the respect of the Emirate observation.

We thank You in advance for understanding.


Entrance to Abu Dhabi—An Easy Visa Process

Citizens of Australia, Andorra, Austria, Brunei, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America and the Vatican State can get a free-of-charge entry visa upon arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
GCC citizens do not need a visa to enter the UAE. Citizens of all other countries will need to apply for a Tourist, Transit or Visit Visa prior to their trip which is an easy process can be managed by a PCO, hotel, airline, travel agency or ADNEC, the host venue. The visas can be emailed to delegates with no requirement for them to visit an embassy or consulate.

If you are flying with Etihad Airways, a visit visa may be arranged for you upon request. If you have booked your trip through a travel agency, in most cases they will be able to arrange this for you. While the airline and travel agency can apply for your visa, please make sure you give yourself enough time for it to be approved, and note that they do not take responsibility if the visa is declined. Otherwise, you will need to apply for a visa through your nearest UAE embassy. An eye scan will be required at the airport. If an official invitation is needed please require it at least 2 months before at



Captivating culture, breath-taking luxury, exhilarating adventure and the warmth of Arabian hospitality await you in Abu Dhabi.
Feel awed by one of the world’s top landmarks – the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque - take on the planet’s fastest roller coaster at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, zoom to the pace of a speedboat tour of the UAE capital’s coastline, tune out to the sound of the wind while sand boarding in Al Dhafra, and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a stroll through Al Ain’s cooling oases.
Choose from a myriad of hotels and apartments, from the iconic Emirates Palace, Yas Viceroy and Hyatt Capital Gate to exciting island and beachfront resorts and desert retreats. Experience ultra-modern breaks in the city centre, family adventures on Yas Island or luxurious havens on Saadiyat Island.
Dine at an 18 degrees incline in the world’s furthest leaning tower, savour a romantic BBQ at Emirates Palace, one of the world’s most opulent hotels, enjoy 360 degree city views from revolving restaurants or taste the masterful cuisine of Michelin-starred chefs! Abu Dhabi is an eventful capital with an actionpacked calendar, including a Grand Prix, the World Cup of Sailing, a PGA golf championship, international art, music, sport, gourmet, heritage and cultural festivals, high profile business conferences and vibrant trade fairs. Please, find here below some proposals to enjoy the city and its surroundings:

Louvre Abu Dhabi

Built on Saadiyat Island (the island of happiness), a natural 27-km² island, the Cultural District houses a number of renowned cultural establishments: the Louvre Abu Dhabi, designed by architect Jean Nouvel; the Zayed National Museum by Norman Foster; and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi by Frank Gehry. The Louvre Abu Dhabi aims to complement the other Emirati museums and help transform the art and cultural scene in the Middle East. Its design is inspired by the typical features of Saadiyat Island: a virgin lagoon between sand and sea, shade and light. Louvre covers 64,000 m²: 6,000 m² dedicated to permanent collections and 2,000 m² for temporary Exhbitions. Its 180mts dia Dome covers two thirds of the museum. The first Universal Art Museum in the Arab World!

Ferrari World

The world’s first Ferrari theme park and largest attraction of its kind. It is an intense multi-sensory experience and a must-visit for families, fans and enthusiasts. The Park offers more than 20 Ferrari-inspired rides and attractions, including a diverse array of rides for adults and children, a wide variety of Italian delicacies, and unique shopping experiences.
Adult Price 2018: Starting from AED 250,00

Sunset Desert Safari

Departing in the afternoon, this tour takes you on an exciting drive across the dunes to the Al Khatem area. There will be several photo stops before arriving at a remote camel farm. After watching the desert sunset, camel rides and sand boarding can be arranged at the campsite.
Adult Price 2018: Starting from AED 290,00
Duration: 5 hours
Min. Group: 5 pax

Abu Dhabi classic tour “The Arabian Jewel”

This tour is an absolute ‘must’ for all visitors to the city. A chance to look beyond the modern to the rich heritage of the past.
Adult Price 2018: Starting from AED 225,00
Duration: 8 hours
Min. Group: 5 pax

Yas Waterworld

Real fun is off the hook, but it’s always something you’re in the mood for! Whether it’s floating on a tube, whirling in a tornado, or hunting for treasure, we’ve got it!
Adult Price 2018: Starting from AED 250,00

Traditional Dhow boats

Experience a touch of culture with a cruise along the heritage village site and then tour the full length of the Corniche where you will pause at the timeless fisherman’s village. Then head out into open water with the perfect cruise around the man-made Lulu Island and back to the Emirates Palace Marina.
Adult Price 2018: Starting from AED 250,00
Duration: 2 hours
Min. Group: 10 pax

N.B. the prices of the tours will be upgraded for 2020.

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