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How to Get from Jumeirah Beach to Dubai Airport and Other Destinations
This city is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. It gained such popularity due to its climate, beautiful long beaches and outstanding architecture. If you are lucky to have spent your holidays in Jumeirah Beach district, and now planning your return trip, this article will help you find out how to get from the resort to the air hub.
Taxi from Jumeirah Beach
You can call a taxi in Dubai by phone or order it online. Reaching DXB by taxi from Jumeirah Beach will take about 40 minutes and cost from 15-20 euros. Be careful to take only official taxi cabs, they are usually beige cars with colored roofs. Private taxi drivers are better to be avoided, as they don’t use a meter and like to overcharge passengers.
Transfer from Jumeirah Beach
In case you want your trip to be arranged in advance not to spend time in waitings, choose a pre-booked transfer. At Kiwitaxi transfer service, you make a reservation online, specifying parameters of your order: pick-up and drop-off places, the exact time a car should be provided, a number of passengers, a vehicle class, how many child seats you need, etc. All transfer fares are fixed and won’t change unless you order additional services. For example, a taxi transfer from a hotel in Jumeirah Beach district to DXB will cost from 31 euros with the trip taking 30 minutes. Learn about other transfer destinations on our website.
Public Transport from Jumeirah Beach
There’s a direct subway connection between Jumeirah Beach and Terminal 3. The train departs from Jumeirah Lake Towers station on the Red Line every 10 minutes and will get you to the airport in an hour and cost from 4 euros per ticket. Prices depend on a validity period and a carriage class. If you plan to use the metro in Jumeirah Beach, be sure to know local trains’ layout and rules. Each train has 4 standard carriages and a special one. The special carriage is divided into two sections: a more expensive Gold Class and a Women&Children one. In case you are in the wrong section, you are likely to be fined.
The SkyBus shuttle departs from Hilton Jumeirah Hotel to Terminal 2 every 30 minutes daily. The trip takes 1 hour and 40 minutes with adult tickets costing about 4 euros, while children under 6 years old go free.
Jumeirah Beach is a large retail facility, located on the beach in front of Jumeirah Beach Residence – a residential complex – and including 4 distinct plazas. It occupies a large area between Hilton and Sheraton hotels and offers several levels of parking, multiple entertainment facilities together with various retail and food outlets.