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Dubai - Getting around

The Dubai Metro is fast, cheap and efficient, with 20 or so stations - located at major tourist/commercial hubs - dotted around downtown. Feeder buses provide a joined-up network of onward connections and run until midnight.

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Day pass

A day pass valid for unlimited rides on the metro and buses costs Dh 14, while the Nol Silver card costs Dh 20, and works a bit like London's Oyster card, storing up a balance, to be used against future travel. The Metro doesn't run into Dubai Old Town, but mostly serves the waterfront and financial/commercial quarters.

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Water taxi

In the Dubai Creek area, water taxis are fun and a convenient way to ply the waters. Operating like Venetian gondolas, the Abras ply the banks of the Creek, between the hotels, shops and restaurants - making them a good choice for tourists.

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On land, taxis are by far the most popular means of transport. Taxis have to be metered by law, and all taxi drivers are multilingual. Expect to pay around Dh 5 - 10 for most trips in town, but don't bank on finding one during peak times. Look for them by shopping malls or hotels. You can flag them down, but often fares are more expensive this way. If you have to be somewhere at a given time, it's far safer to book a taxi (or get your concierge to do so) in advance.