Daily Telegraph, a London morning newspaper advises their readers to visit Abu Dhabi now to enjoy the warm atmosphere which is favored to Europeans.
On the travel page of their website, Daily Telegraph says Abu Dhabi is the wise old father figure of the United Arab Emirates.
The article entitled “While the sun is out in the UK, it’s not quite T-shirt weather”, they have presented five places as the best warmer escapes.
Check on the following details on why Abu Dhabi was chosen as one of the best warmer escapes:
Tuesday, 37C, sunny; Wednesday 34C sunny
If Dubai is the wild child of the UAE, Abu Dhabi is its wise old father figure. Much larger and wealthier, the emirate works well for both stopovers and tours and most of its European visitors are from Britain.
What to do
On Yas Island you’ll find Ferrari World, with the fastest roller coaster on the planet, and − since January − Yas Waterworld, the largest water park in the UAE, with 43 rides and attractions.
For a change of pace, you can drive south to the Liwa Oasis in less than two hours.
From £345 return to Abu Dhabi (Etihad) from Heathrow. Based on cheapest June departures.
Desert resorts such as Qasr Al Sarab from £249 with breakfast) offer romantic nights on the fringes of the Empty Quarter.
Travelbag has seven nights at the five-star Sheraton Abu Dhabi for £708.81 per person, departing Heathrow on June 7.