Dubai, which you did not know about: the secret places of the emirate
Learn to cook Emirati dishes
For those who want to surprise their friends after their trip with traditional Emirati dishes, Seven Sands invites you to take part in the Emirati Cooking Class. It takes place every Tuesday from 10:00 to 12:00. Here you can appreciate the local Emirati cuisine and cook two popular national dishes. Guests can then taste their culinary creations during a three-course lunch that includes meze (traditional appetizers), a main course and an Emirati dessert.
Meet the sunset on the secret beach
Dubai's coastline is full of beautiful beaches, but none of them are like the other. Black Palace Beach is ideal for those who love secluded relaxation and special places hidden from prying eyes. It is located between the Dubai Media City Free Economic Zone and the Royal Summer Palaces in Al Sufuh. It features crystal blue waters and the sunsets overlooking Palm Jumeirah are simply mesmerizing. .ru/sized/f550x700/b2/v3/b2v3cl1edg08s84ow008osk4w.jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>
Try Friday Brunch
Weekend brunches have long been the most popular gastronomic tradition for locals. The working week here lasts from Sunday to Thursday, and on Friday, the people of Dubai get together to celebrate the start of the weekend. Although brunch is traditionally held on Fridays in the emirate, lately this gastronomic tradition is increasingly spreading to Saturday as well. //fs.tonkosti.ru/sized/f550x700/ai/bf/aibf5ddjdy8gcgg0sskwo8kcg.jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>