Why Dubai?

The origin of the World Expo dates back to 1851, when the first edition of the event was held in London. These great exhibitions, held in different cities, seek to show the world the scientific and technological advances achieved by each nation, encourage cultural exchange and promote tourist attractions, exports and the image of each country. One of the aspects that has contributed to the recognition of World Expos is the architectural legacy that they have left to humanity, some of the most emblematic cases being the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Ferris Wheel in Chicago and the Space Needle in Seattle.

Who is participating?

For 182 days, Expo Dubai will show the millions of people attending the main attractions and exports from more than 180 countries, as well as innovative proposals for sustainable development promoted by governments, international organizations, NGOs and foundations, enterprises, companies and universities.

Before you travel

Currency
The official currency of Dubai is the dirham (AED). Each dirham is subdivided into 100 fils. The exchange rate is approximately 4 dirhams to 1 euro.
Language
Alcoholic beverages and dress recommendations
Entry requirements
Official time zone and temperature (GMT+4)
Getting to the United Arab Emirates