= Cheapest round-trip flights
* Prices are round trip per person (conditions apply)
Flights from Dubai operate regularly and Dubai International Airport is close to the city, enabling easy access from surrounding areas. The most common mode of transport to the airport is by taxi. There is no shortage of cabs and, in particular, the cream-coloured Dubai Transport Corporation cars are widely recognised as being reliable and reasonably priced. There are also bus routes running directly from the city, and many hotels operate their own transport. The latest addition is the automated metro, which has stops across the city and was opened in 2009. For passengers who are on stopovers, there is a complimentary shuttle bus between the airport's terminals; this runs 24 hours a day.
There are three terminals at Dubai International Airport, one of which is exclusive to Emirates flights. As might be expected, in the United Arab Emirates terminal there is an extensive range of VIP services available at an additional cost that speed up the process between checking in and arriving at the lounge. The airport has a range of lounges, including two Quiet Lounges in Terminal 1, which allow passengers to rest before flights.
The airport has an extensive range of shopping and dining options, and features many global luxury brands. All tastes are catered for, from Indian cuisine to fish and chips, enabling passengers who are travelling on one of the flights Dubai offers to enjoy a relaxing meal. There is also a variety of services available, including banks, tour operators and hire car companies, should they be required.
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Sydney is a fantastic city that is just waiting to be explored. With so much to do, visitors will be itching to get started as soon as their plane touches down on the airport's tarmac. Flights to Sydney originate all over the world, and a variety of transport links serve the airport. Buses are available, and Route 400 will take you directly into the city. The Airport Link train service is another simple option. The speedy, double-decker trains can ferry you to the city centre in a little over ten minutes. Hiring a car from one of the six different providers in the terminal buildings is also easy.
Once you have left the airport behind, it is time to get out and explore the city. Sydney is one of the most popular destinations in the world, thanks to its combination of glorious beaches and world-class landmarks. The first thing to do is to head to Sydney Harbour Bridge. The structure can be climbed or simply admired while enjoying an ice cream. Sydney Opera House is also located close by. Elsewhere, Luna Park and the Australian National Maritime Museum are both worth a visit.
Flights Sydney will leave sports fans drooling, as it is home to a variety of different venues and teams. Sydney residents are crazy about rugby league and cricket, so you may be able to catch a game at the impressive ANZ Stadium or Sydney Cricket Ground. EBookers.com will help you to arrange your flights from Dubai to Sydney at the lowest possible price.
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